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"Spanish Again!" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 09/19/08
 

Captain Chris Dew (OIFC 2) and Captain Roger (Carolina Cat) just called me here at the OIFC  with a Spanish report as well as an update on the ocean conditions.

They are both fishing the Youpon Reef and the Holden Beach areas and judging by their radio traffic and reports they are putting a big dent in the Spanish Mackerel population.   Also, Rick Harrison of Lexington N.C.  came in and said he and his fishing partner caught so many Spanish, so fast that they had to go to the G-Mack to re-energize.  We have a "slight breeze" of maybe 15- 20 knots out of the east north east and both  Captains report 2-3 ft seas near shore.  But the weather is cool, perfect for fishing.

Now is the time to get into the Rodeo in the Spanish division.  You can sign up over the phone or email with a credit card, or better yet come on down!!

 


- First Mate- Rickey Beck
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"Espanol Caballay y Jurel Ray" | OIFC 1- 36' | 09/18/08
 

Just a little Spanish lingo since the catch of the day was Spanish Mackerel with a few Kings thrown in for good measure!  Captain Roger was the first away with Tim Craft (New Jersey) and Manfred Buller (Pinehurst, N.C.)  They fished from the Youpon Reef to the Shallotte Inlet.  The bait was thick and marked by the birds diving.  Shortly thereafter, Captain Jeff Williamson of the "Get Busy" went Spanish fishing with Sean Carr and his friend Keary of Virginia.  He joined Roger off Holden Beach.  They were trolling silver Clark Spoons behind #1 planers.  Both caught a bucketful of Spanish each and Roger topped the morning off with two very nice Kings.

The day started off beautiful and sunny  with a lunar high tide, as you can see in the picture.  About 10 am the wind kicked up, but the ocean was calm near shore.  By later in the day the wind shifted and laid out.  In fact it was smooth enough for me to take the jet ski out to  the Little River Reef  area as I was exploring back water fishing grounds around Hog Inlet.  Jeff took the day to pre fish for this weekend's Flounder tournament at Carolina Beach.  Barrett went out on his Ranger Extreme.  Jeff and his crew got into the Flounder behind Bald Head Island and I have not talked to Barrett.  Capt. Chris B had an afternoon near shore charter on the Carolina Cat, I hope to have his report tomorrow.

And never say Roger won't give you the shirt off his back.  He was cleaning charter's catch when several ladies came out with a list of things they needed for a scavenger hunt.  First on the list was they had to have a picture of them on a fishing boat.  Done!  We took a photo of them on the OIFC 2.  Then they needed a small fish.  Bang!  We hooked them up with an OIFC select mud minnow.  Third on the list was, you guessed it, the shirt off a man's back...and there was Roger.  He gave him his fish scented SKA T- shirt right off his back.  The OIFC is here to serve your every need...pretty much.


- First Mate- Rickey Beck
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"Cool Air Hot Bite" | OIFC 1- 36' | 09/17/08
 

What a relief this morning waking up to mid 60 degree weather.  I was supposed to work in the office all day, but with the first day of cool air I had to break free for an evening on the water.  There is no more pleasant time to be on the water than a crisp fall afternoon/evening.  I left the OIFC around 5:00pm in the Ranger Banshee Extreme and headed south in the waterway.  I decided to target shallow water redfish this afternoon because the tide was just right going from dead low to mid low.  I dropped the trolling motor in and tied on a redfish magic spinnerbait on one rod and a berkley Gulp jerk bait on the other.  I worked the banks with the spinnerbait as I moved further back in the creek.  Things just looked fishy so I kept a keen eye out for any sign of a redfish.  The first encounter was a couple of fish I spooked that left their calling card of stirred up mud.  I kept seeing more and more bait and bait being attacked.  Finally I came around a corner where the creek opened up more into a small bay and between two oyster bars I saw what had to be a redfish.  The fish was making a huge wake as bait schools were trying to avoid the ambush.  I quietly shut off the trolling motor, stopped the boat with the power pole and grabbed the Berkley Gulp jerk bait.  I made one cast from the bow in a pocket about 3 feet wide.  After one twitch I was tight to a very angry redfish.  Hooking and fighting an upper slot red in less than a foot of water is awesome.  The fish went tearing across the creek with his back out of the water.  After an exciting 5 minute battle I brought the fish alongside and put him in the boat.  I was anxious to test out my livewell system so I kept him until I got back to the Fishing Center where he was released.  I fished for about 30 more minutes and saw more action but was unable to attract another strike.  I saw redfish feeding with their tails out of the water on two occassions.  I spooked several more fish and saw others pushing water.  I have a long way to go in figuring this fishery out, but every time I'm able to get on the water I learn something new. All in all it was a great evening to be outside.  The fish was just icing on the cake. 
- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"Fishy Time" | OIFC 1- 36' | 09/16/08
 

Fall is definitely in the air and in the forecast.  Today the temps were down a bit from the sweltering heat we've had, but with a northeast wind forecasted for the rest of the week I'm sure it will feel like Fall.  Today I ventured out on the Ranger Banshee Extreme to survey the inshore fishing scene.  When I arrived at the dock, Capt. Jeff Williamson had a wide eyed look on his face and began to poor out a story about an enormous school of big tarpons he found on his charter that morning.  Jeff reported that on his way in from Yaupon reef towards the beach he came across a school of spanish, which he stopped on and began fishing.  Immediately he noticed huge splashes and then seconds later identified the splashes as tarpon rolling in the bait.  He said the school had hundreds of fish in it.  He tried trolling plugs for the tarpon but they were uninterested.  He did attract a couple strikes from large black tip sharks.  Other than the tarpon and sharks Jeff brought back a limit of big spanish mackerel that were readily available.  We don't see tarpon all that often in these parts, but if it's going to happen this is the right time of year.  Typically they will be found near inlets or in baits pods on the beach.  Interested by this report but too short on time to make the run to Yaupon, I decided to run down the waterway and came out of Tubbs inlet in the ocean and headed for the Little River jetties.  That's the great thing about this boat.  It's not afraid of skinny water.  I ran out of Tubbs at dead low with no problem and into the flat calm ocean.  I arrived to a very alive scene at the jetties.  School after school of finger mullets were making their way out with the tide and being ambushed by predator fish.  There was also a school of big Fall mullets on the south side of the jetties as well acres of pogies.  There is plenty of food around for the gamefish.  My first plan of attack was throwing a jig around the tip of the jetties in hopes of finding a redfish bite.  Unfortunately I was unsuccessful, either due to the fact I likely didn't have enough weight for the current or I was impatient.  The impatiency came from the fact I was so distracted by the constant barrage of bait fish being exploded from the surface by topwater feeders.  I made my way to the north jetty and began throwing a topwater plug and it was on.  For the next hour I watched fish explode on my topwater plug, which to me is the most exciting strike in fishing.  The spanish were so thick one would miss the plug and before he could relaunch himself another had picked it up.  These were all quality fish up to 5lbs.  In addition the ladyfish bite was on fire.  I hadn't caught many of these before but they are a ton of fun especially on light gear.  They look like a baby tarpon and fight the same way making jump after jump once hooked up.  Lastly, I was really surprised when I was working my plug back to the boat and a 100+lb black tip shark blew up on it right next to the boat.  This didn't work out too good on my light tackle outfit and was quickly busted off.  With all the excitement fishing I forgot to keep an eye on the sky, which I paid for with a ride back to the OIFC in lightning and stinging rain.  Besides the ride home it was a pretty fun afternoon of inshore fishing.  Redfish are still at the top of my desired species list, but it's hard to pass up that kind of feeding frenzy no matter what type of fish it is.  The water is alive with bait fish right now so I expect the predator fish to go on the feed very soon. 
- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"Gagalicious" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 09/15/08
 

It seems that Jeff Martini did a bit of diving this weekend on the "Dirty Martini."  It also seems that the gags may be moving inshore.  Check out this nice grouper.  Won't be long before we can catch them at their usual late season haunts.  Yet another sign that fall is near.


- Capt. Chris Burrows
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"Hey, we're Hooked Up! Again!" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 09/14/08
 

I got a chance to do some long overdue Gulf Stream fun fishing yesterday, and was it ever worth it!  Joe Seegers invited me to join him and his co-workers Rick and Bobby from Crocker's Marine on the "Hooked Up" out of Southport.  I brought along Greg Bullock and Ray LaBonte and we all met on the docks at 5:30.  The seas were nearly perfect and we rolled out to the Steeples at nearly 26 knots, a quick ride in a 40 foot custom diesel boat.  The first hour was almost uneventful as we pulled off a wahoo and watched an uninterested sail sniff at our short rigger bait.  We tried to drop on some grouper and certainly got our share of bites, but had problems overcoming 2.5+ knots of current in over 300 feet of water.  I donated a large supply of jigs to whatever lives in that depth--had no problem hooking them but could not get them up on my 80# leader.  Anyways, we wen't back to trolling and were rewarded with two nice (30#-40#) wahoo, two chunky blackfin tunas, two dolphinfish, and the final bite of the day, a 50# sailfish.  Add that to two scamps and a few jacks, and not a bad day at all.  It's always nice to come back to the dock with meat in the box and a flag flying.  Great day with a great crew.  Can't wait to do it all again.


- Capt. Chris Burrows
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"Update" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 09/13/08
 

I couldn't think of a snappy title, so I just went with what I had.  Today was a beautiful day here. This time of year is perfect, the weather is great, the traffic and crowds are such that you can get around, launch a boat and go out to eat with relative ease.  Also, the fishing is picking up.  In the past few days, the Red bite has been on at the Jetties, while Flounder are hitting in the Shallotte Inlet.

Offshore, the Wahoo bite has picked up in the Stream.  I also heard a lot of double and triple hook up talk on the radio.  Roger had a near shore charter today and reported the Spanish being thick along Holden Beach as well as ample bait.  In addition to this, young Rhett Clodfelter caught a Citation 54" Barracuda.

The OIFC Year Round Rodeo has picked up a few more entries, so the pot is continuing to increase.  Prime fishing time is near and the Rodeo goes on until December 6th so it 's not too late to enter.  The more the merrier!! 


- First Mate- Rickey Beck
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"Red Hot" | OIFC 1- 36' | 09/12/08
 

Captain Roger passed on to me reports of a hot Red Drum bite going on today.  He gave me the location but promised bodily harm if I reported it.  Just know the bite IS on.

I took the jet ski out today to explore the back waters.  If you want to take a beautiful and exciting trip, go up the Shallotte River to the bridge in Shallottte.  It was a goal I had and fulfilled it.  I also took old Mad Inlet up to the Main St. of Sunset Beach.  I am going to test all these areas for fishing.

I've gotten several phone calls regarding navigation the Shallotte Inlet.  Roger has made two trips since Hannah and said it is unchanged.  The buoys are missing.  Be reminded that he went out on the World Cat with outboards.

Our weather is going to be great so take a trip, if you can afford the gas and come visit up.


- First Mate- Rickey Beck
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"Hunter's citation kingfish" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 09/12/08
 

Check out Hunter Lomas' 36.17 pound king mackerel, caught on the "Critter Gitter" out of Holden Beach.  Hunter was fishing with his father, Scott Lomas when the big fish bit a live bait.  Who wouldn't love to have that hawg in this weekend's Morehead City tournament, or better yet, the Fall Brawl next month?


- Capt. Chris Burrows
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"today's report" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 09/11/08
 

I am finally getting reports that the water offshore is settling and the fish are starting to bite.  The Wahoo are biting on the break and there were some kings caught in 80 feet of water today.  There is alot of bait on the beach and the Mullet were running- the water is still too dingy on the beach, but I predict it will be less than 7 days before, probably this weekend, when the beach bite fires off. 

Barrett and I are fishing a tournament in Atlantic Beach this weekend and then my family and I are going to Telluride, CO for a little change of scenery.  Reports are the weather is in the 30's at night and 50's in the day, and I can't wait.  But when we get back, I'm ready to get the Fall fishing to start.

Another note, the Bay Creek Classic Flounder Torunament to benefit Brandon Matthews was cancelled last weekend because of Hannah.  It is reschedule for Sat, Sept 13th- $2000 first place guaranteed- call Brandon Matthews at 910363 4038 for detail on entering.


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Traveling Fisherman Reminder" | OIFC 1- 36' | 09/11/08
 

Another great summer has unfortunately come to an end.  Most likely everybody is either back at school or work and the reminiscing about summer fishing is in full swing.  After you've had a chance to reflect on all the great fishing over the past few months, it's time to look towards the future.  In my opinion the best fishing in our area still lies ahead.  From mid Sept-Nov we see the peak season for king mackerel, spanish mackerel, flounder, trout, redfish, wahoo, sailfish, and grouper.  That's something to get excited about.  However it's after the Fall fishing that we really have to start making plans.  This lull in activity in early September is great time to work on our extended fishing gameplan.  Which brings us to Winter, and although there are a few fishing options around here, there's nothing like heading to the southern latitudes for great fishing and winter relief.  For this the doctor has prescribed the Traveling Fisherman program with the Ocean Isle Fishing Center.  Last year we traveled to the far reaches of the Earth off the coast of Panama and found a bounty of billfish and much more.  This year we have arranged a possibility of two different trips.  First we have a return trip to Panama and fishing with the mothership operation Coral Star.  Second is a new trip to the relatively untouched and undiscovered waters off the Galapagos islands off the coast of Ecuador.  I have information on both of these trips and a full recap of last year's trip posted under the Traveling Fisherman menu item on this site.  If you would like additional information or to speak with me direct my email is captbarrett@oifc.com.  Instead of trying to tell the same fishing stories to your buddies until next summer come and create some new ones this winter on a fishing adventure to the tropics. 


- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"Nuttin' Much" | OIFC 1- 36' | 09/11/08
 

There hasn't been much of anything going on around here the past few days.  Roger and Chris Dew have both had a couple of trips but no spectacular catches.  Right now its very cloudy and misty raining.  Just a breath of sunshine aren't I?  On the bright side, we made it through Hannah with little damage overall.  The east end of OIB got slammed though.  It makes me wonder what changes this erosion caused in the Shallotte Inlet.  At least we aren't having to deal with Ike!

The forecast for this weekend looks great for here.  We're supposed to have 10 knot winds out of the South and Southwest with only a 30 percent chance of rain.  Looks like some great beach, boating and fishing weather coming up.  I've also become what I talk junk about...a jet ski rider!!  I bought one of Brant's rental jet skies.  I want to use it to get back in the skinny water to fish, along with zooming up and down the waterway   This will be a great addition to my Trailer Park Yacht Club and Marina fleet.  Brant is refurbishing his rental skies and I think they are a great deal. Check them out.

Also, after you read this report, take a moment to think about those who died on September 11th.

Hope to see ya'll this weekend.


- First Mate- Rickey Beck
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"Happy Birthday to Me!" | OIFC 1- 36' | 09/09/08
 

Parasail season has finally concluded and now it's time to go fishing.  Last spring I purchased an inshore flats fishing boat a Ranger Banshee Extreme, which floats in 4" of water.  Unfortunately I was unable to fish the boat due to our busy parasail season, but now it's game on.  I have become extremely interested and excited about targeting redfish with artificials.  This fishery has gained tremendous popularity around the southeast with several tournament trails now being televised.  Today was a big day for me on my quest to figure out these fish.  Not only was it my birthday, but Capt. Brant and I captured and released our first red on an artificial from the new boat.  It's taken a lot of casts to make it happen, but hopefully now with a little success things will come easier.  I compare it to catching your first 30lb king mackerel.  It seemed like it took us many years to catch that first 30lber but after one hit the deck the rest seemed to come more frequently.  This fish pictured below blew up a topwater plug and nearly scared me to death.  I had gotten pretty good at casting and reeling in, but when something actually was on the other end it was like my rod and reel was some tool I had never held before.  Fortunately I got the fish to the boat and the celebrating began as if I had just won the world redfish heavyweight title.  That first fish is an important one- a great b-day present to boot.
- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"Blue Water Candy strikes again!" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 09/09/08
 

Just got this picture from Patti Hughes from her husband and son's (Frollie and Eric) trip to the Shark Hole on August 19 on Frollie's 19' Pioneer.  Along with the Hughes were Tony and Adam Hartnett.  Sixteen year old Adam caught his first kingfish, while father Tony caught this sailfish on a pink Blue Water Candy skirt and live pogie.  There is just something about that BWC shade of pink (remember Mr. Sparkle, anyone?) that the sailing fish love.  Can't wait for the water to clear just a little bit so we can get back after them.  I'm expecting a good sailfish and wahoo bite the last two weeks of September and on into October.  Congrats to the Hartnetts and the Hughes--that's how you get it done!
- Capt. Chris Burrows
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"Fall Brawl Magic Weights- need more entries!" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 09/09/08
 

I've had a great response from the fishing families sending me pictures of their children with their weight-- so far I know we have at least a dozen and there is room for more-- deal is you send me your child's photo and exact weight-- I'll put photo and weight in program and name the prize after your child- every entry is worth $100 OIFC gift card and then the fish caught closest to your child's weight wins the gift card-- Your child will be featured in the tournament program and have his/her very own prize- and can come to the awards and give it away if available-- I'm looking for all the entries I can get, but Thursday is the deadline-- EMAIL me your child's photo, name and exact weight to join -- thanks to all --

On the fishing scene, it has been VERY tough the last couple of days.  The water is stirred up very bad and although getting better, I anticipate it will be this weekend before the bite turns back on.  Chris Dew and Roger had 1/2 days this AM and Chris  caught a Spanish and small King at the 90's and Roger is catching Cudas at the Barges- not great, but the fact that those fish are beginning to bite is encouraging.  Stay tuned.


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Day Light Survey" | OIFC 1- 36' | 09/06/08
 

Seems that Hanna's eye passed over us, but with little effect.  I rode around before coming to work and everything looked fine. A couple of folks living off Hale Swamp Rd said they were without power.  Jeff is on duty this morning and told me that this end of Brunswick County looked fine.  He said there were only a few limbs in the roads.  It's still breezy, but things are clearing up.  If you need anything checked, call us here at 575-fish.
- First Mate- Rickey Beck
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"Hurricane update" | OIFC 1- 36' | 09/05/08
 

It's a lovely day here in coastal North Carolina, and as you can see, the tourist are enjoying  a  great day here at OIB[I think that's what the Mayor says in the movie Jaws]. Yeah, there's a storm coming but our weather expert perspective is..."ain't nothing but a mullet blow".  There's been a run on Carolina Treat BBQ sauce at the IGA and the grill is getting warmed up in preparation for the mullet run that will surely occur as a result of the storm.

The web cam is fixed, so tune in as we have our dockside flounder tourney starting tomorrow morning at 10:00. $100 entry, winner take all.

If anybody has a boat at OIB that needs to be checked or tied down, give us a call as we're here and looking for a hurricane panic mission. 575-FISH.


- Rube McMullan
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"Lets Go Fly A Kite" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 09/04/08
 

I thought it very appropriate that Anita should post our new web sale item yesterday as fishing kites!  I actually went fishing yesterday with the mind to fly the kite, but believe it or not, there was 0 wind and I couldn't!  Looks like we'll feel the brunt of what Hannah has to offer, hopefully not much-- We just got our webcam fixed, so power willing, you can watch the OIFC docks through the storm-- speaking of which, the Flounder bite best before and during a Hurricane and we have the 1st annual "Rock the Dock" Flounder tournament set for Sat AM- be here at 10am- entry fee is $10 and biggest fish, winner take all !! Come on down !!

We'll keep you posted to island status.  As for now, we plan to leave all boats in the water and add a few extra ropes to shore things up.  Hannah might be tolerable, it's Ike behind her that is looking a bit rough.  Stay tuned.


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Gulf Stream Trip" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 09/03/08
 

Captain Roger and Boston Rob had a Gulf Stream charter on the new Carolina Cat today with David Rice of Florance, Ky., Rusty Simpson of Kansas City, Kansas and the Neiswenders, Dave, Ryan and Matt of Topeka, Kansas. The group said the ocean was nice today with some slow rollers in the face of Hanna.  The weather here today was beautiful.

Matt caught the 19 lb. King, Rusty landed a 47 lb. Jack and Ryan had a 17 lb. Grouper.  They also had several Snappers and Sea Bass  Roger said the King hit on a ballyhoo, the Amber jack hit a pin fish and the grouper bit on a Boston mackerel.  Captain Brant and Rube went Spanish fishing  for a couple of hours this morning with Brant catching a Rodeo Leader Board Spanish.  I'm embarrassed to admit, but I forgot to bring my note home, and I don't remember what it weighed. (That's bad when it's the boss's fish,  there goes my employee of the month).  In shore, Captain Kyle had a successful charter getting Reds, Trout and Grouper.

The National Hurricane Center has indicated that Hanna will miss us.  In any event, if you have property, or boat concerns, call the OIFC and have them leave me a note with your information and I'll be more than happy to check on it for you.  I'll be working Saturday morning until 2:00 pm.


- First Mate- Rickey Beck
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"Standing by" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 09/02/08
 

Well- we have made it through another season.  We did not break any records for business, but I am pleased many folks still took the time to come visit and do business with us-- thank you all for your business and I welcome you back.

It is now time to look to the Fall and its awesome fishing.  Capt. Roger is rigging up right now for what he has declared to be an wahoo assault.  He has a Stream trip tomorrow and weather permitting, I hope we'll have some good reports.  The Kings bit pretty good over the weekend at Yaupon Reef, which is very encouraging.  It is early for them to be so close to the beach, but with the passing of this cold front and another one or two, they will be on the beach full force- and I can't wait.  Right now however, all eyes are on Hannah-- hopefully she will not impact us- we will keep our fingers crossed.

Lastly, I'm finishing up final touches on the Fall Brawl program.  The exact weight/ show off your kid prize category is growing as many parents have emailed me their children's picture and weight-- If you have a child that is less than 50 pounds, email me his/her picture and exact weight and I'll name a prize after them-- closest fish to the weight of your child will recieve a $100 gift card from the OIFC -- Time is short, so don't waste- send me your pics now to captbrant@oifc.com

I might try a little Kingfishing tomorrow as I'm anxious to get the kite fishing going- stand by for that story-- will keep you posted on latest

 


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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