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"Now Booking Panama!" | OIFC 1- 36 | 04/10/08
 

After several months of logistical planning and conferring with the owners of the Coral Star Operation we have our first trip to Panama planned for 2009.  The fishing days will take place February 15th - February 20th 2009.  We've had tremendous interest in this trip from those who followed our adventure this past February so I expect the slots to go fast.  We have room for 14 fishermen or fisherwomen on this trip.  Booking is now underway.  If you have interest email: captbarrett@oifc.com or 910-575-3474 ext. 4.  Click here for more details or click underneath Trip Information.
- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"The Countdown Is On!" | OIFC.com- 36 | 04/10/08
 

For all you folks who follow this website I'm sure you've seen information on the exotic fishing expedition we are heading up to Panama in a couple weeks. In fact we are now exactly 2 weeks away from departure and the anticipation of a fishing paradise has all of us "Traveling Fishermen" fired up. It certainly doesn't hurt that it's February and cold enough to freeze sea spray to the bow rail at home while we are headed to a sub tropical 80+ degree billfish mecca. I apologize if my fantasizing is making anyone sick but the point is we are all excited to go to Panama and hopefully the fishing lives up to its reputation. Capt. Brant and I are going to take this opportunity fishing the fertile grounds of the Hannibal Banks to put on our journalist caps and take as much video and still shots as possible. When we return we will be posting a daily journal with pics and videos on OIFC.com to give those following a clear picture of our experience abroad. There are 15 Traveling Fishermen taking part in this excursion all of whom are "OIFC fishing friends" and cover a broad variety of backgrounds. We have the "contractors", the "real estate guys", "the "sales guys", the "fishermen" and several other categories. I'm sure there will be some sort of internal tournament competitions arranged once this crowd gets together. The standard method of big game fishing in Panama is trolling live bonita on flat lines targeting blue marlin, black marlin, sailfish and huge yellowfin tuna. We are also likely to run into giant snapper, grouper, wahoo, roosterfish, mahi and who knows what else. Keeping true to form we plan to shake things up a little from a tactical fishing approach on our excursion. While we know we can fall back on standard live bait trolling with bonitas and hopefully experience incredible action we plan to bring a little home cooking innovation OIFC style to Panama. We hope to try a few new things including top water plugging, vertical jigging, kite fishing and possibly night time swordfishing while we are there. We'll probably go to the billfishing capital of the world and catch king mackerel! We are truly excited to experience this incredible fishing destination once again and even more excited to expose our fellow Traveling Fishermen to a fishing experience like no other. There are already plans in progress for the Traveling Fishermen in late 08' and 09' so next time don't miss out on an opportunity make an escape from the winter doldrums and head to warmer latitudes!

Here is an email report we received from George Whitaker who recently traveled to Panama and fished out of another operation near our Coral Star excursion.

"Thought I would let you guys know some friends and I just returned from 4 days fishing around Coiba and Montousa. Caught 7 black marlin from 250 to 500 lbs., plus 5 sails in the 130 lb. range, plus numerous dorado and cuberra snapper. We fished out of Panama Big Game Club, which is well run with great food and accomodations. Also, I wanted to add that numerous boats from a mother ship (don't know which one) also fished around Montuosa, with everyone hooked up with marlin or sailfish at one time or another. The bite was best early morning, up till about 11:30. Then dead for a couple of hours, followed by another bite. Bonita were plentiful, and ballyhoo showed up Wed. of last week. Capt. Lee Campbell of Panama Big Game Club reported that our catch of 7 blacks made their total through January 16th come to 27 blacks for the month. One party prior to our arrival on the 12th caught a 250 lb. yellowfin."

More reports to come. Stand by.


- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"Team is Set" | Carolina Contender- 36 | 04/10/08
 

Thank you to everyone who expressed interest in joining our OIFC organized fishing excursion to the remote Hannibal Banks off the coast of Panama in Central America.  We have officially filled all available spots on this trip that is slated for mid February 2008.  I will continually post updates with trip details and upon our return from Panama will include a detailed report and pictures. For those who wanted to participate but couldn't due to schedule conflicts or other reasons, I'm sure another opportunity is already being formulated.  We are very encouraged to see the interest this program has brought forth from fishermen and we hope to offer even more exotic fishing adventures in the future.  Thank you again OIFC fishing friends for helping to get the Traveling Fisherman program up and running!

2008 Panama Traveling Fisherman Team

Robby Dial
Yorke Pharr
Tommy Lytton
Todd Schadd
Robert Hughes
Todd Helf
Brian Richard
Richard McCrae
Tony McCrae
Forest Taylor
Ray Boyd
Jared Boyd
Rube McMullan
Brant McMullan
Barrett McMullan


- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"1 Spot Available" | Carolina Contender- 36 | 04/10/08
 

It's officially cold here on the Carolina coast which makes thinking about our excursion to the lower latitudes a lot easier.  In just a few short months the Ocean Isle Fishing Center's Traveling Fisherman program will be heading south to fish the fertile waters of the Hannibal Banks off the coast of Panama in Central America.  We'll be chasing a variety of billfish, hugh yellowfin tuna, groupers, snappers, roosterfish and much more.  We have a great team on this inaugural mission that are sure to bring back fish stories and experiences that will last a lifetime.  Currently we have 14 Traveling Fishermen on board.  There is 1 slot still left open for somebody who wants to join this exotic fishing adventure.  If you want to fill this position I encourage you to act quickly as this is the final spot available for the OIFC group's trip.  Contact me immediately if you have interest- captbarrett@oifishingcenter.com  The trip is scheduled for Feb. 8th, 2008 - Feb. 15th, 2008.  On the team so far:

Robby Dial
Larry Terrell
Yorke Pharr
Tommy Lytton
Todd Schadd
Robert Hughes
Todd Helf
Brian Richard
Richard McCrae
Richard's brother
Forest Taylor
Rube McMullan
Brant McMullan
Barrett McMullan


- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"Forming Ranks" | Carolina Contender- 36 | 04/10/08
 

2 more Traveling Fisherman have joined the Panama excursion leaving a total of 8 slots remaining.  We need to fill these 8 slots as soon as possible in order to keep the trip an all "OIFC" excursion.  Traveling Fisherman #3 for the Panama trip is Tommy Lytton of Ocean Isle Beach.  Tommy has extensive experience billfishing in Central America especially Costa Rica.  Traveling Fisherman #4 is Rube McMullan.  Rube made this excursion about 10 years ago and couldn't pass up the opportunity to return to the fertile waters of the Hannibal Banks.  I can't stress it enough, if you're planning on joining this trip or need more information please contact me as soon as possible.  Thanks.
- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"2 Slots Available" | OIFC 1- 36 | 04/10/08
 

Our October 1 deadline has come and gone and the Traveling Fisherman program at the OIFC is officially in full gear.  With only 2 slots remaining for the Panama excursion Coral Star Expeditions in concert with the OIFC has declared the trip a "go".  The trip is slated for February 8th, 2008 - February 15th, 2008.  Two final slots remain for anyone interested in jumping on board.  Currently the trip is composed of all "OIFC fishing friends" and it would be great to round out the last spots with 2 more.  For additional details or if you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact Capt. Barrett McMullan at captbarrett@oifishingcenter.com or 910-575-3474 ext. 4.  We have a high powered team already signed up for this inaugural Traveling Fisherman event so don't miss out on this great opportunity to experience some of the most amazing big game fishing in the world.  Stay tuned for further updates.  The Traveling Fisherman Panama team currently consists of:

Robby Dial
Yorke Pharr
Tommy Lytton
Rube McMullan
Larry Terrell
Robert Hughes
Todd Helf
Todd Schadd
Brian Richard
Forest Taylor
Brant McMullan
Barrett McMullan


- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"Spots are Filling" | Carolina Contender- 36 | 04/10/08
 

We have our first traveling fishermen signed up for the Panama trip.  Traveling Fisherman #1 is York Pharr of the Pharr Fishing Team.  Traveling Fisherman #2 is Robbie Dial of the Force 5 fishing team both are Ocean Isle fishing pros and promise to do damage on the species abroad.  We now have 10 slots available.  I am getting many emails with questions and interest in the trip.  The next 10 deposits will reserve the final slots on the Panama Coral Star Expeditions fishing excursion.  Feel free to email or call with any questions. 


- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"Details Are In Place" | Carolina Contender- 36 | 04/10/08
 

Alright guys, we have been working with the folks at the Coral Star operation in Panama to set up the final details for the 1st Annual OIFC Hannibal Bank Excursion.  The trip will commence with everyone from our group meeting in Panama on Friday February 8th, 2008.  We will stay the night in Panama City and then take a short in-country flight the next morning where we will meet the mothership and head for the fishing grounds.  The Coral Star folks have organized a package for us to include all accomodations, transportation, and customs from the time we touch down in Panama City and then again when we return from fishing and head back to Panama City.  The fishing expedition will include 4 full days of fishing and 2 half days.  We will be fishing the pristine waters surrounding the Hannibal Banks where we are likely to encounter a multitude of billfish, giant yellowfin tuna, huge grouper and snapper, roosterfish, wahoo and many others.  The last day of fishing is a half day on Thursday February 14th, 2008.  We will return to the marina that afternoon and by that night be back in Panama City.  The next morning, February 15th, 2008 we will fly back to the States. 

The costs associated with this trip are as follows:
*Coral Star Trip $4,500 per person- Includes 4 full days fishing, 2 half days fishing, (3 to a boat) accomodations during those days, meals, and boat food and beverages.
*Starlite Travel $435 per person-  Includes greeting at airport and customs arrangements, 2 nights in a local hotel in Panama City (1 on the front end of the trip and 1 on the back end), transporation to and from airports on both ends of the trip, and a roundtrip in-country flight from Panama City to David where we meet the mothership.
*WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED- Travel to Panama City, gratuity for the staff and crew aboard the Coral Star, and meals in Panama City. 

In order for this trip to be an OIFC exclusive trip, we must have our commitments in as soon as possible.  To reserve a slot we will be taking a deposit of $1,125 which is 25% of the trip amount of $4500.

I know it is hard to make plans for February 08 in August 07 but this is a trip of a lifetime and in order to keep the trip OIFC exclusive we must act promptly.  If you plan to make this trip or need additional information please contact me via email- captbarrett@oifishingcenter.com or phone 910-575-3474 ext.4.  Thanks.


- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"Taking Reservations for Panama Trip" | Carolina Contender- 36 | 04/10/08
 

Greetings fishermen!  I wanted to remind those who might be interested in joining with fellow OIFC fishermen for the Panama trip that we are currently taking reservations.  We've had a lot of interest over the past month and spaces are filling.  We have 10-12 slots remaining so if you're planning on making this fishing excursion please don't wait to contact us.  I can be reached via email- captbarrett@oifishingcenter.com or by phone 910-575-3474 ext.4.  The trip details can be seen by clicking above on upcoming expeditions.  Below is a fishing report from this past winter's trips from the folks aboard the Coral Star in Panama.  Stay tuned for further updates.

So let’s talk fishing in Panama!!!  In fact, let’s just talk about fishing!!!  Where have you been?  What have been catching???  What is on “your catch list” that you have not caught yet???
 
I hope you and your family are well……..
 
Below are some recent highlights over the past few months of fishing in Panama.  Check it out!!!  Are you up for it, or are you going to “miss the boat”???  DON’T DO THAT!!!!
 
 
February 10-15 gave us a double hook-up on Black Marlin, one scrappy high flying 350 pounder and one nice fat 500 pounder, also this week would land over 40 big Pacific Sailfish, among other things!! 
 
February 24-March 1 brought in an amazing 1,000 pound Black Marlin, along with another well rounded 800 pounder.  Oh Yeah, among other things!!
 
Overall, in the last two months, over 24 Black Marlin have been landed, along with 2 Blue Marlin and 2 Striped Marlin.  132 Pacific Sailfish and at least that many more teased up, largest Yellowfin weighed in at 270 pounds and the Dorado numbered well over 103, largest bull weighed over 60 pounds.  Roosterfish are strong with over 52 landed, largest weighing in at 78 pounds and Wahoo, which typically prefer overcast skies, are still producing good numbers under clear, sunny skies!  22 nice Wahoo have been landed in February and March, largest 35 pounds.  Cubera “Dog-toothed” Snapper have been outstanding, over 190 have been landed, the largest weighing in at a whopping 70 pounds!  Amberjacks, Blue Jacks, Mullet Snappers, Groupers (one nice 178 pound), Pargo, Bull and White Tip Sharks, Barracudas, Pacific Black Snook and many other species numbering 170 plus…….landed!
FYI – La Nina is upon us…….so no matter where you go fishing next year????  You will not JUST BE FISHING…..YOU WILL BE CATCHING!!!!

- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"My Panama Experience" | Carolina Contender- 36 | 04/10/08
 

Capt. Barrett McMullan-
I can testify that the fishing adventure I took to Panama with the crew of the Coral Star was without a doubt a truly unique and unforgettable experience.  If I had to describe the fishery to someone who has never been to the Hannibal Banks and the nearby islands in one word I would say 'unimaginable'.  I have been on this trip once back in the mid 1990's with my father Rube, and though I probably can't do the description justice in words I'll try to convey my experience the best I can.

Our adventure started in Atlanta where we hopped a plane to Miami.  From Miami the next stop was Panama City, Panama in Central America.  We arrived in Panama City early afternoon and did some quick sightseeing and experienced the local cuisine that evening before crashing that night at a nice hotel in the heart of the city.  The next morning we were guided by a travel agent to the airport where we took a short flight from Panama City to a small coastal town called David pronounced Daveed.  At David we were greeted by representatives of the Coral Star and we packed our luggage into their vehicles and headed down to the docks where we met the boat.  At the docks we transferred our gear onto to the 28' sportfish boat and headed off to meet the mothership the Coral Star.  My geography and memory is a little hazy at this point, but I believe we ran down an inland river for a while before getting to open water where we intercepted the Coral Star.  I believe the itenerary has changed a bit now, but back then once on the Coral Star while we got aquainted with the boat and unpacked, the mothership was already making ground towards the fishing grounds.  It was a 6 day trip and it was obvious the crew was ready to make sure we got the most out of every minute.  We had incredible meals every night that consisted of the catch that day or if you preferred more turf than surf that was also available.  Anyway, after a night where excitement blocked any hope of sleep we stepped out of our individual cabins to the outside deck to find we had traveled through the night and were now anchored about 2 miles from a mountainous island in the middle of the ocean.  Finally, it was time to go fishing.  Back then the Coral Star operation and recreation sport fishing the Hannibal Banks was still in the early stages of discovery.  We had fished Costa Rica many times and had great days on sailfish, but we had no clue what we were about to find.  The mountainous island provided a lee where the mothership was anchored in calm water.  From there we boarded one of the sportfishing boats and traveled about 6 miles offshore until we reached the Hannibal Banks.  It felt like we had arrived to a place on Earth where man had never been.  In broken English the Captain descibed the method of fishing we would be employing and the mate quickly tossed over two small bucktail rigs on 20lb tackle while we trolled the area.  We were working the Hannibal Bank area which is basically a serious of mountains and a plateau that rises from the extremely deep waters of the Pacific to about 300 feet beneath surface.  About 5 minutes after putting the lines in both rods with three bucktail rigs on each bent over and line starts screaming off the reel.  Dad and I are chomping at the bit at this point and quickly take action thinking 'man that was quick'!  After short battles on both sides of the boat we're thinking 'ok not a bad way to start off the day two double header bonitas on each rod in the 8-10lb range for a total of 4 bonitas'.  Just as we expect the mate to release the bonitas we see him and the Captain quickly scurry around the deck and say 'now we're ready'.  They expertly rigged two of the bonitas on bridle rigs and deployed them in seconds so they were good and lively.  Holy smokes, we are about to use these things as bait.  That's when the nerves set in.  It wasn't 15 minutes later when both baits started shaking the rods violently.  The Captain says, 'get ready'.  At that time two 120lb sailfish simultaneously engulf the monster baits and take off in opposite directions.  That was just the beginning of our incredible fishing expedition to Panama.  During the week we trolled huge live bonitas over the bank and had some of the most extraordinary sportfishing action imaginable.  We never trolled more than 30 minutes without action.  During a 3 1/2 day span of fishing the bank I caught and released a blue marlin about 350lbs, a black marlin about 250lbs, a striped marlin about 150lbs, countless sailfish in the 80 to 140lb range.  For the dinner table we also caught two enormous yellowfin tuna between 180 and 220lbs.  My dad also caught numerous sailfish, mahi, and a couple marlin.  The top water fishing was off the charts, but maybe the most impressive thing I saw was when the Captain became frustrated after trolling the live bonitas for about 30 minutes without a bite.  He tried to piece together some directions for me but just ended up putting the fighting harness on me and handed me the rod.  I noticed the mate positioning himself behind me with a two handed grip on my belt.  I didn't understand what we were doing at the time, but the boat was in neutral and was told to freespool the reel.  After about 45 seconds the Captain and mate in unison said 'ok go'! as the mate threw the Penn International into gear.  At that point I was nearly pulled out of my shoes as the rod doubled and I lunged forward and caught myself on the gunnel with my chin.  After a 10 minute all out war of up and down battling, from the depth rose the biggest snapper I had ever seen.  It was called a dog snapper and had to weigh over 60lbs.  After witnessing my ordeal my dad had to get a piece of the action and he busted another snapper of a different species about 45lbs.  So that was their version of bailing out when the top water action wasn't  fast and furious.  Very impressive!  One morning we opted to spend the first half of the day trying out the inshore fishery around the island near where we had anchored the Coral Star.  In that half day of trolling top water plugs within a 100 yards of shore we caught huge snapper, grouper in the 20-40lb range, several roosterfish between 25 and 45lbs, mackerel, and some kind of jack.  In the evenings we would return to the Coral Star and tell fish stories on the upper deck where drinks and snacks were served.  From the upper deck we watched the sun sink down while you could actually see sailfish busting bait and tailwalking off in the distance.  While this fishing report sounds like we hit the jackpot on our trip, we were assured by the crew that we had just an average catch.  From a pure fishing perspective the Panama trip aboard the Coral Star is at the top of my list. 


- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"More pics" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 04/10/08
 

So far I have been posting pictures from the Panama trip that I had taken with my camera and also pictures from Yorke Pharr's camera.  I just got in a whole new set with pictures from Brian Richard. Brian fished with Todd Helf and Robert Hughes all week and had a variety of catches.  I'll continue to post pictures as I receive them.
- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"More Pics " | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 04/10/08
 

So far I have been posting pictures from the Panama trip that I had taken with my camera and also pictures from Yorke Pharr's camera.  I just got in a whole new set with pictures from Brian Richard. Brian fished with Todd Helf and Robert Hughes all week and had a variety of catches.  I'll continue to post pictures as I receive them.
- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"More pics" | Get Busy | 04/10/08
 

So far I have been posting pictures from the Panama trip that I had taken with my camera and also pictures from Yorke Pharr's camera.  I just got in a whole new set with pictures from Brian Richard. Brian fished with Todd Helf and Robert Hughes all week and had a variety of catches.  I'll continue to post pictures as I receive them.
- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"More Pics" | Get Busy | 04/10/08
 

So far I have been posting pictures from the Panama trip that I had taken with my camera and also pictures from Yorke Pharr's camera.  I just got in a whole new set with pictures from Brian Richard. Brian fished with Todd Helf and Robert Hughes all week and had a variety of catches.  I'll continue to post pictures as I receive them.
- Capt. Rickey Beck
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"More Pics" | OIFC World Cat / Carolina Cat | 04/10/08
 

So far I have been posting pictures from the Panama trip that I had taken with my camera and also pictures from Yorke Pharr's camera.  I just got in a whole new set with pictures from Brian Richard. Brian fished with Todd Helf and Robert Hughes all week and had a variety of catches.  I'll continue to post pictures as I receive them.
- Capt. Amy McMullan
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"More Pics" | Get Busy | 04/10/08
 

So far I have been posting pictures from the Panama trip that I had taken with my camera and also pictures from Yorke Pharr's camera.  I just got in a whole new set with pictures from Brian Richard. Brian fished with Todd Helf and Robert Hughes all week and had a variety of catches.  I'll continue to post pictures as I receive them.
- Capt. Amy McMullan
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"Family Day on Saturday" | OIFC 1- 36' | 04/10/08
 

Don't forget this Saturday is the 1st annual OIFC Family Day-- bring the wife and/or kids and come have a nice day at the beach. There will be instruction all day long for kids on net throwing and knot tying as well as for moms, dads, women..... seminars on various topics including fishing together, trailer backing, cast net throwing..... in addition, the OIFC will be hosting a large yard sale as we clean out the closets to make way for the new. Lots of clothing and home decor items at cheap prices. The day's schedule starts at 9am and runs to 4pm with a lunch break around noon. We hope to see you here.
- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Changes in latitudes, Changing in attitudes" | Get Busy | 04/10/08
 

The time has finally arrived.  We're out of here!  This evening, along with 14 other OIFC'ers, I'll be heading south to Panama City in Central America on our first Traveling Fisherman excursion.  By this time tomorrow we'll be making 6 knots and keeping watch for lurking billfish underneath teasers.  It's my understanding that so far this year aboard the Coral Star operation the marlin fishing has been excellent.  Both Brant and I are equipped with all kinds of electronic media devices so that we're sure to bring back evidence with our stories.  I will be keeping a day by day journal of the expedition and will post that journal on the Traveling Fisherman link off our website upon our return next week.  Wish us luck.
- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"Things to come..." | World Cat- 33' | 04/09/08
 

The weather that has landlocked us for three or so weeks is finally starting to lift. Brant and Barrett fished today in Jeff Martini's tournament, and I'm waiting to see how they fared. I got this picture from Edwin and Nolan Newell, who had a great day fishing out of Key West on Nolan's spring break. They went 3/3 on sails along with some dolphin and cobia. It won't be long before we start seeing fishing like that right here in the Carolinas. Any body out there ready?
- Capt. Chris Burrows
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"Name Withheld" | OIFC 1- 36' | 04/07/08
 

Congratulations to Barrett and Scott.  Yesterday was the first decent fishable day in our area.  But as I am writing this, the wind has picked up again from the north east.  I didn't take advantage of the weather as my partner was working, I went to church and NASCAR was on.  But I did talk to a local angler (name withheld to protect his reputation) who told me he fished the backwaters of Sunset Beach.  As he got to some real skinny water he decided to walk and stalk some reds.  He was using a Gulp New Penny on a quarter ounce jig and was able to land several reds, of which he kept one which was just short of the upper slot.  He also hit some flounder, which he said were small and black as the mud they were in.  When he returned to his flats boat, he found it sitting high and dry.  There was no breeze and the no see 'ums were eating him up.  He found some Skin So Soft after a frantic search of his boat.  He had a couple of adult beverages in his cooler, so he kicked back and waited for the tide to float him out.  I don't condone boating while drinking, but it does make a good fish story.  The weather is supposed to get better and I am going Wahoo fishing with Roger Thursday, so stay tuned.


- First Mate- Rickey Beck
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