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START 1) 45.60 - Clearly Hooked     2) 44.00 - Team Grip Flip     3) 43.05 - Fish Hard Gear     4) 43.00 - Outta Line     5) 42.10 - Reel Methods     6) 41.05 - Open Wide     7) 39.45 - Shockwave     8) 39.35 - Beeracuda     9) 37.80 - Conference Call     10) 37.30 - Wilm Auto/King Hunter     11) 37.10 - Karma Bites     12) 36.85 - Four Sons     13) 36.20 - Lil John/Reel em up     14) 36.00 - Sea P.A.     15) 35.50 - OIFC     16) 35.15 - O D Bank     17) 34.80 - Max'd Out     18) 34.55 - On Point     19) 34.35 - King Carnivore     20) 34.35 - All In/AM    FINISH

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"Today's Report" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 10/17/06
 

NEW TO OIFC- we have live Pogys and live Shrimp for sale

Pictured- Capt. Brant and Capt. Barrett McMullan with their 45.5 pound King that won this past weekend's Topsail Offshore King Mackerel tournament. 

BAIT:  Pogys are located off Ocean Isle, Holden and Long Beach, but they are starting to get scattered.  Look for mud balls and be prepared to throw on marks from you fish finder and not just flips.  This time of year a super fast sinking net will help alot.  Also, there are big schools of Cigar Minnows and Sardines holding on the AR's in 60 feet of water.

KINGS:  They have moved off a bit to the 50-65 foot range.  390/390, Christina's Ledge, Shark Hole, Jungle, 410/510 and similar places are where they are.  They are very plentiful and mixed in size from 10-30+ pounds.

GROUPER:  They are here, big time.  We've nailed them in the 65-90 foot depth range on any type of structure- ledges, rocks, wrecks....  We have been using either live Pogys or live Pinfish for bait. 

WAHOO:  They are holding along the break in 150-300 feet of water.

SPECKLED TROUT:  They are biting like crazy along shell banks from 2-6 feet of water.  The bite has been best on live Shrimp, but casting Berkley GULP jigs is also working.

TOURNAMENT WINNING FISH STORY:
You know how you read about the guy who was doing something he wasn?t supposed to and just decided to throw out a bait and he ends up winning the big tournament?  Well, that was pretty much our deal, good old fashion luck.  We had pinned up live Pogys the night before, only to find most of them dead on tournament morning.  By chance, we had run into a good fishing friend the evening before who was telling us about school of Bluefish off of Drum Inlet, above the Cape Lookout shoals.  We knew we needed fresh bait, so we decided to strike out in search of the Bluefish to use for bait.  Upon nearing the inlet we found a pod of birds working a school of Blues.  We pulled out the spin gear and Gotcha plugs and caught a dozen or so.  As Rube and Barrett were fishing the Blues off the bow, I couldn?t help but notice how clear and ?king green? the water looked.  The water temperature gauge read 73.1 and obviously the bait was there; what more could you ask?  I decided we ought to throw a few  baits in the water and work the spot for a while as conditions were just too good to leave.  Within minutes we boated a mid 20?s fish.  We continued fishing and hooked up to a double header which would produce an incredible 37 pound King and the tournament winning 45 pound King.  With that, we decided we had tested our luck enough and at 10:30am we were on our way to the scales.  It just goes to show that timing is everything and on this past Saturday, it was meant to be our day.


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Fishing Schools Coming Up" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 10/12/06
 

I've got openings for a live bait King Mackerel school on this Sunday PM with fishng all day Monday-15-16th .  This is a great time to learn as the bait is around and the Kings are too-- Learn secrets to catching more and bigger fish.  Also, the Grouper bite is turning on and I've got a bottom school on next Thursday-19th.  Call me at (910) 575-FISH xt 3 to get set up.
Weather for Sun/Mon class looks great.


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Big Kings" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 10/08/06
 

Fish caught in the River Channel on Thurs- to say it was hot is an understatement


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"Bite is Hot!" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 10/05/06
 

Fished the River Channel and Lighthouse Rocks and bite as hot as it can get. Caught MANY fish , several in the 30's. Today anchored and chummed; had them jumping in the boat.

For US Open, if winds kick up as forecasted, anchoring/chumming may be the way to go. End of River Channel/Lighthouse rocks/ Yaupon/Lockwood Inlet/Ledges/Shallotte Inlet. Should be a great show!


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Shalotte Inlet/US Open" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 10/05/06
 

Have been in contact with the US OPen folks to see if they would agree to allow check out at Shallotte Inlet since the buoys are back in the inlet. They have used Shallotte Inlet in the past for check out. They said could not do at this late date. My suggestion was to announce at Capt meeting and we could certainly help to get the word out with our web site. No luck. They said they would consider for next year. It might help their decision process to hear from the Ocean Isle fishermen who will have to run to Lockwood in the dark that having Shallotte Inlet open is a good idea since the inlet is now buoyed.


- Rube McMullan
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"Slallotte Inlets Buoys installed!!!" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 10/04/06
 

At this very moment the Shallotte Inlet buoys are being installed!!!. Yee Ha! Everyone please give a special THANK YOU to Gordon Myers at NC Wildlife and Representative Bonner Stiller[bonners@ncleg.net].

You gotta love it when a plan works out!!!


- Rube McMullan
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"Thanks Team OIFC" | It Works- 27' | 10/03/06
 

I would like to say thank you and congratulations to the fishermen that made up Team OIFC in this past weekend's Long Bay Artificial Reef Association's Club Challenge.  This is the first year the Ocean Isle Fishing Center has put a team into the challenge and we are very encouraged by the support and results for this event.  In our first year for this competition Team OIFC managed a third place finish in the flounder division and a second place finish in the king mackerel division.  This was a team event and everyone who participated on both sides helped eachother to achieve the main goal of catching the most and biggest fish.  The team concept is a new one for me in tournament competition but something I think we all really enjoyed.  The feeling of excitement was awesome when I'd get a phone call that one of our teammates just put a nice fish in the boat.  Usually you're competing against your buddy when fishing, but this time you were rooting for him.  Although we didn't win the Club Challenge Team OIFC certainly made their presence known and now with a little experience under our belts IT'S ON next year.  We are coming back with a vengence.  We ended up with 13 boats fishing for Team OIFC and most all weighed fish to help the team.  Those that didn't helped by providing information to other teammates.  On the flounder side representing Team OIFC were teams Babewatch, Bone Crusher, Team Pescador, Kyle Hughes and Hook Em Up' Fishing.  Bone Crusher captained by Brandon Sauls led the charge by weighing 3 of the 5 points fish.  In the kingfish division representing Team OIFC were teams Reel Action, Bloodline, Thomas Haseldon, Frickin' Fishin', It Works, Sandlapper, Bottom Feeder, and J.R. Davis.  Narrowly missing first place in the kingfish division Team OIFC was led by Jeremy Harrelson on Team Reel Action with a 28+ lb fish.  Congratulations again to those who competed, and for those who didn't and want in on the action next year we welcome your help.  We'll be hyping this event next year well ahead of the scheduled dates so come ready to take on the state's top fishing clubs and help put "Team OIFC" on the champions trophy. 

J.R. Davis- you won a jacket in a giveaway at the Captains meeting.  It is at the Fishing Center for you to pick up next time you're around.

Thomas Haseldon- you won an insulated fish bag at the Captains meeting.  It is also at the Fishing Center for you to pick up.


- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"Weekend Report" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 10/03/06
 

Fishing and weather has really been great over the past week- so good in fact that its hard for me to sit here in front of this computer and not be on the water.  The weather has been just like you picture October- wake up to high 50's, low 60's, put on shorts and T-shirt still, but wear a light jacket- and by the afternoon, its mid 70's and perfect.  The Kings have been chewing it up right on the beach.  Shallotte inlet has been producing fish, Lockwood, River Channel, Yaupon and then a bit offshore- 390/390, Lighthouse rocks, Shark Hole..... pretty much everywhere, there are Kings.  I will say, we've found in the last couple of days with the moon building to full that the bite has been much better starting around 10-11am and not so much early.  As for bait, the Pogys are plentiful, but they are starting to do their Fall thing as they get very skittish and more scattered.  This is the time when it is a MUST to be able to throw a net very good- AND, most importantly have the right net- AND be able to throw it well away from the boat.  It is certainly an added level of difficulty.  We have a cast net here at the OIFC that we have custom built specifically for these Pogys.  It is HEAVY, but I guarantee it will catch bait when any other will not.  Come by the OIFC and let us show you the net AND give you lessons if you need help to throw the net- no charge for the lessons- net cost is $289 --
Of course we're geared up with everything you need to get ready for the weekend's US Open tournament- and we have just restocked with Capt. Mark's chum, so we are loaded and ready.  Come by and let us help you get going for the Fall--
Oh yeah- we've been catching the Grouper pretty good too while fishing in the 75-90 foot depth range.  It hasn't been as good as last year yet, but we've managed decent catches on most trips- We also ran into a big school of Cobia on one of the trips and could hardly Grouper fish for the Cobia taking our live baits off the bottom.  That is pretty unusual to see this time of year.  Anyway, fishing is great and I'm thrilled with the weather and fishing- come see us.
Capt. Brant


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"LBARA Tournament Recap" | It Works- 27' | 10/02/06
 

Here is a recap of this past weekend's Long Bay Artificial Reef Association's Club Challenge fishing tournament. 

10/01/2006

For Immediate Release

 

Long Bay Artificial Reef Association 9th Annual Club Challenge was held on Saturday September 30th 2006. A record ?Challenge? field of 62 boats representing eight clubs put lines in at 7:00 am.

 

With competitors departing from Cape Fear River to Little River Inlet the fishing was great. Baitfish was plentiful off Oak Island, Holden Beach and Ocean Isle.  It seemed as though the ?bite? was on as soon as the first bait hit the water.  Fish were plentiful almost everywhere from the Jungle area to the Cape Fear River Channel.

 

King Mackerel Division Individual Honors

When the last fish was weighed the crew of the ?Creecher? Captained by Al Fulford crewed by Mike Fields and Lin Creech representing the Holden Beach Fishing Club captured top King Mackerel honors with a 39.08 lb. Beauty.

 

The Charlotte Offshore Sport Fishing Club Team of Captain Rudy Stewart crewed by Sam Hobbs and Jim Queen placed 2nd with a 28.86 lb. King Mackerel.

 

Representing Ocean Isle Fishing Center, Captain Jeremy Harrelson along with brother Ron Harrelson put a 28.16 lb King Mackerel on the scales to place third.

 

Flounder Division Individual Honors

Top individual honors in the Flounder Division went to Captain Fred Davis along with Hank Martinez, representing the ?Got-em-on Club from Carolina Beach, Fred?s top flounder weighed 5.16 lbs.

 

Captain Tim Corn fishing with his brother Bobby Corn representing the Schneider Stone Team placed 2nd.  Tim placed a 5.02 lbs. Flounder on the scale.

 

Representing the Winston Salem Saltwater Fishing Club, Captain Karen Haas placed 3rd with a 4.90 lb flounder.  Karen was fishing with Eddie Dunlap and Greg Baker.

 

King Mackerel Club Results

The top five fish from each club was tallied in each division to determine the final standings.  With a three fish per boat limit, teamwork was essential.

 

Anchored by Captain Al Fulford?s 39.06 lb?er and strong support from Captain Robert Bryant and Captain Joe Hutchens the Holden Beach Fishing Club took top honors with a five fish aggregate of 135.48 lbs.

 

Taking 2nd place was the Ocean Isle Fishing Center Team anchored by Captain Jeremy Harrelson?s 28.16 lbs with strong support from Captain Barrett Mc Mullen and Captain Lee Frick.  Their five fish aggregate totaled 119.15 lbs.

 

Finishing third was the Charlotte Offshore Sport Fishing Cub led by Captain Rudy Steward?s 28.86 lbs with support from Captain Andy Fisher, Captain Steve Sherron, Captain Eric Lindy and Captain Michael Guran the club weight totaled 110.24 lbs.

 

Flounder Club Results 

First Place went to the Charlotte Offshore Sport Fishing Club with a five fish aggregate of 15.62 lbs. Led by Captain Andy Fisher?s 3.50 lbs. With support from the father and son teams of Captain Chris Jenkins and dad Gary Jenkins along with Captain Todd Jenkins and son Garrett Jenkins.

 

The 2006 Flounder Division win was the Fifth consecutive division-win for the Charlotte Offshore Sport Fishing Club.  The club perfected their flounder techniques on the banks of the Catawba River and Lake Norman.

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Finishing second on the efforts Captain Fred Davis and Hank Martinez was the Carolina Beach Got-em-on Fishing Club.  Fred and Hank posed a three fish aggregate of 11.60 lbs.

 

The Winston Salem Saltwater Fishing Club finished third with a strong showing from Captain Karen Haas and her crew of Eddie Dunlap and Greg Baker.  They scored a total weight of 10.32 lbs.

 

The big winner from the event was the Long Bay Artificial Reef Association.  The amount of money raised from the event along with personal and club donations exceeded $10,000.00.


- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"Monster Spanish" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 10/01/06
 

Today I had a half day charter with Ashley and Steve Rupp of Union Mills, NC. We started out at Christina's Ledge, but couldn't get the bite going, so we headed on to the 390/390. As soon as we pulled up and started setting line's, it was on, MONSTER Spanish!!! We ended the day with 7 Spanish between 4.5 and 5.5 lbs. and one king in the 10 lb. range. We hooked a few others, but lost them for one reason or another. I will be running another 1/2 day tommorrow morning on the It Works, so we will see what we can do then. The fantastic fall fishing has arrived, so now is the time to come and go fishing. Give us a call and let's go wet some lines. Until next time, tight lines and fair winds.


- Capt. Lyndon Carter
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"Role Call" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 09/28/06
 

Team OIFC is shaping up nicely.  We ought to be a force to be reckoned with in this weekend's upcoming club challenge.  It's not too late to jump on board.  The weather looks perfect.  The fish are going nuts right now with hot kingfish bites reported on the beach as well as in 65ft of water.  This is a great opportunity to help a worthy cause and represent OIB and OIFC in competition.  Go team oorah!

So far this is who I have for each division on Team OIFC:

Kingfish division
It Works-  Capt. Barrett McMullan
Frickin' Fishin'- Capt Lee Frick
Reel Action- Jeremy Harrelson
Sandlapper-  Thomas Haselden
No Name- Tim Garrett

Flounder division
Double Trouble-  Capt. Brian Aycock
Hookem Up Fishing-  Jeff and Rickey Beck
Team Pescador-  Clay Morphis
Babewatch- Rudy Upton
No Name-  Capt. Kyle Hughes

If you're interested in fishing stop by the Fishing Center before tomorrow at 6:30pm and fill out an entry form.  We'll take your entry to the Capt. meeting for you at Oak Island if you like. 


- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"Poor Rog" | Show Time- 34' | 09/28/06
 

I saw Capt. Roger this morning making his final circles around the boat before the gaff is planted in him on Saturday around 3:00 p.m.  Couldn't really understand what he was saying, but he looked pretty happy.  Seriously, congratulations to him and Darla Fox as they tie the knot this weekend.  It takes a special woman to tear him away from a fall Saturday of kingfishing...  Speaking of which, it's on right now!  We just saw a limit of kings in the 15-20 pound range come from around the Jungle, caught on OIFC hand tied custom live-bait rigs and pogies.  Capt. Brant just returned to the dock with a fine catch consisting of grouper, king mackerel, and believe it or not, cobia.  The weather looks good for the weekend, so come on down and get your lines wet.  Stop by and pick up a few double pogy rigs as well as our own "zombie" rig, which brings your ribbonfish back to life by putting a live pogy right in front of it.  Fall fishing is here!


- First Mate- Chris Burrows
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"It's Official- The Bite Is On!" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 09/27/06
 

Just in time for October and this weekend's Club Challenge tournament, the bite has officially fired off.  Thanks to Capt. Lee Frick and crew for confirming the kingfish action has reached it's fall pattern.  Lee reported catching numerous fish from 15 to 30lbs on live pogies.  Live bait was easily found and caught at Shallotte Inlet.  Did I mention the weather is perfect and looks to be that way for the weekend as well?

I want to remind everyone of the unique opportunity we have coming up this weekend.  We will be fielding Team OIFC to compete against the other major fishing clubs in the state at the Long Bay Artificial Reef Association's Club Challenge.  The club's team that catches the heaviest 5 king mackerel will win the kingfish division and the heaviest 5 flounder will win the flounder division.  A max of 3 fish from each species can come from one boat.  Team OIFC is starting to take shape as we look to bring home the prestigous title of top fishing club in the state to the Ocean Isle Fishing Center and Ocean Isle Beach.  We invite anyone interested in competing on Team OIFC to stop by the Fishing Center Friday evening before 6:30 to meet and drop your entry.  Also please email me captbarrett@oifishingcenter.com if you plan on attending.  We have blank entry forms here and we will turn in your entry and entry fee to the tournament Friday evening if you don't want to make the trip to Oak Island.  Come join us for this great competition and also help out a worthy cause along the way. 

Just in----- World famous inshore guidesman Kyle Hughes has signed with Team OIFC for the flounder division!   We need as many fishermen as possible to join the team to help increase our odds at victory. 


- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"Today's Report" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 09/26/06
 

I haven't been able to do a whole lot of fishing this past month between putting boats and the store back together and prepping for the Fall Brawl, but for me, September is good for getting ready for October and November.  You can be assured I'll be on the water the next coming months, whether it be Kings, Grouper or Wahoo- and maybe even a Swordfish I'll be hunting- The weather is absolutely beautiful with light north winds.  Looks like we've got a front coming through on Thursday, but Friday and Saturday look awesome.  You can expect the Kings to bite this weekend- Yaupon Reef and the Cape Fear River should be good spots-- but don't forget the 390/390, Shark Hole and Jungle.  I'm excited about the coming months and hope you've made plans to get on the water as much as possible.  Stay tuned- Capt. Brant--
Also, I've set a few new fishing school dates for October-- live bait King Mackerel and Grouper are on the class list- call (910) 575-3474 xt 3 to get on your way to more successful fishing.


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Team OIFC Updated" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 09/24/06
 

It's not too late to join Team OIFC in the Long Bay Artificial Reef Association's Club Challenge.  The tournament will consist of a flounder and king mackerel division.  We need as many boats as possible fishing in each division to give our team the best shot at bringing home the hardware.  If you wish to enter just go to www.lbara.com and fill out an entry form.  You can either send in your entry with $100 to the address listed or bring it by the Fishing Center and we'll take it for you.  Email me if you plan to fish captbarrett@oifishingcenter.com .  Here is the updated team roster:

Flounder Division
Double Trouble- Capt. Brian Aycock
Hook Em Up Fishing- Rickey and Jeff Beck
Team Pescador- Clay Morphis
Babewatch- Rudy Upton

King Mackerel Division
Carolina Contender- Capt.
Frickin' Fishin'- Capt. Lee Frick
Reel Action- Jeremy Harrelson


- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"Fishing 9-18" | It Works- 27' | 09/19/06
 

Yesterday, September 18,  we left OIFC at 7:30 a.m. on a 3/4 day charter. After stopping in at the east end of OIB to catch bait,  we made our way through the chop to the Raritan wreck. Within 15 minutes of setting lines, we heard the sound that we all love, unfortunately, the fish tail cut us. Five minutes later, we released an under sized king, the first of 3 for the day. At 9:45, our long line got hit. When the reel started singing, we knew we had a good fish. Within 5 seconds, the fish showed itself, SAILFISH!! At 10:20, we released the 72" beauty. The angler was Chris Smathers of WoodStock, Ga. After releasing this one, we saw two more free-jumping through the bait pods. We may not have brought any fish back to the dock, but the sailfish made the trip. Congratulations again Chris. The fall fishing is heating up, so give us a call and come fishing with us.


- Capt. Lyndon Carter
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"Team OIFC so far" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 09/18/06
 

Weekend after next, September 30th,  is the Long Bay Artificial Reef Association's Club Challenge king mackerel and flounder tournament.  We are putting together a team of as many boats as possible to represent the Ocean Isle Fishing Center and Ocean Isle Beach in this event.  Our team will be competing against the other major saltwater clubs in the state.  In addition to the competition, by participating you will be helping to support the Long Bay Artificial Reef Association who is responsible for the areas great artificial reef fishery.  So far these are the names I have fishing on Team OIFC. 

Flounder division
Double Trouble- Capt. Brian Aycock
Hook Em Up Fishing- Ricky and Jeff Beck

King Mackerel division
Carolina Contender- Capt. Brant McMullan
Frickin' Fishin'- Capt. Lee Frick

Email me, captbarrett@oifishingcenter.com if you are planning to join the team.  Remember, you can send in your entry to the address listed on the tournament's website www.lbara.com or you can bring it to the Fishing Center by Friday, September 29th and we will take it to the Capt's meeting for you. 


- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"Artificial Reef Club Challenge Back On!" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 09/14/06
 

The Long Bay Artificial Reef Association has rescheduled their Club Challenge event to September 29th-30th.  The 9th annual Long Bay Artificial Reef Association's Club Challenge King Mackerel and Flounder Tournament is set up as a team competition event.  Fishing clubs from across the state will be competing for prizes, cash and most importantly bragging rights.  Among this year's teams will be clubs from Winston Salem, Oak Island, Sanford, and last year's winner in the king mackerel and flounder division the Charlotte Offshore Fishing Club plus others.  In addition to great competition this event will benefit a cause that is important to all fishermen.  This tournament is one of the most important fund raisers for the Long Bay Artificial Reef Association who is responsible for maintaining, replenshing and creating new artificial reefs off the Brunswick County coastline.  

Now, on to the mission at hand.  The Ocean Isle Fishing Center has decided it is time we join in on all this fun and try to give the other clubs from around the state a run for their money.  We are heading up a Team OIFC to compete in this event that will hopefully bring the prestigous bragging rights back to Ocean Isle.  The rules of this tournament say the heaviest 5 king mackerel and heaviest 5 flounder from each club's teams will win each division.  The combined heaviest 5 kingfish and 5 flounder will be the overall winner.  No more than 3 fish of each species can come off of one boat within each club.  So, this is a call to arms.  We need as many boats fishing on team OIFC as possible to give us the best shot at taking the glory.  If you are interested in fielding a team to compete as a part of team OIFC please email me at captbarrett@oifishingcenter.com.  We will meet at the Ocean Isle Fishing Center at 6:30pm Friday the 29th.  From there those who wish to attend the captains meeting and cookout will caravan up to Oak Island for the festivities.  If you can make it to the Fishing Center before 6:30 we will be having an information sharing session all afternoon and evening.  It's time to show a little local pride and bring back the hardware to OIB and OIFC.  

The entry fee is $100 with options for additional TWT's.  To download an entry form go to www.lbara.com .  I'll be posting more updates and info as we get closer.


- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"Big Flounder" | The Flying Fish | 09/12/06
 

Check out this door mat flounder, 9 lbs 1oz., caught by Craig Callicut of Kinston, NC.  This fish was reported to have come from the Sunset Beach bridge this past weekend. 


- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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