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"Week In Review" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 06/07/06
 

My apologies for the lack of fishing reports lately...the truth is that I have been fishing almost every day and spend so much time back at the dock cleaning fish that I haven't had time to post anything.  The king mackerel bite continues to improve and the fish are slowly getting bigger.  In the past few days we have caught fish at the 90/90's, Jungle, Atlantic Ledge, and Bill Perry Reef.  The fish offshore have been bigger which means that they should continue to move inshore in weeks to come.  Fish from the inshore areas around the 90/90's and General Sherman range anywhere from throwback 22" fish to 15 lb. fish, while the offshore sizes have been mostly keepers up to 20 lbs.  Most of our fish have been caught on dead cigar minnows, however the past few days we have caught some smaller (hand sized) pogies in front of Pelican Point Marina and have been using them on our usual live bait rigs with great success.  The cobia bite also continues to improve with each of our charter boats catching at least one yesterday.  We managed a pair yesterday afternoon from the 90/90's.  Remember to ALWAYS keep a live bait (pogy, eel, pinfish, etc.) rigged and ready to throw at Mr. Cobia should he follow your king fish up to the boat or just appear in your chum slick.  Along with the kingfish and cobia, mahi-mahi are starting to show up in numbers in these same areas.  Most of the mahi's are small, but are always a lot of fun on live bait tackle.  Offshore in the gulf stream, mahi's are still the main catch with a couple of wahoo's usually thrown in for good measure.  (Capt. Roger is in the stream today so we'll have an updated report tonight.)  Inshore, Capt. Kyle has been doing very well on flounder and is still catching a few trout around the jetties.  Well I think that covers all the bases....we're starting to get really busy and are on the water every day now so as always, don't be afraid to give us a shout on VHF Channel 11 while you're out...we're always glad to help you out!

----Capt. Squid


- Capt. Bryan Williams
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"Today's Report" | Black Pearl- 31' | 06/06/06
 

The past few days the fishing has really seemed to be picking up, both, offshore and in the backwater.  I took the easy now on its maiden charter the other day and I had two young fellas aboard who did a fantastic job of catching and landing several fish including one boys first flounder. On a different day Capt?n Hook, his family, my grandfather and I took the Easy  Now on a flounder mission and had success with several founder and some bluefish.  On the off shore scene, we took The Black Pearl on a half day this morning and had several Mackeral bites and landed two nice Cobia in the 25lb. range. 

 

 

Capt. Ryan
- Capt. David Hooks
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"Perfect weather forcast" | Mac Marle'n- 32' | 06/04/06
 

Here's my offical weather forecast for THE ENTIRE WEEK....PERFECT!!! I think this is the first week of the spring that it appears we have an extended period of lite seas. Come on down and join us. The Kings are picking up, Cobia are showing more and more each day, grouper season is on, the gulf stream is still good with dolphin/wahoo, and the inshore flounder bite is getting better and better. Stay tuned as our charter boats are hard at it and we should have good daily info on whats happening where.

And as to my weather forecast, watch out for hurricane conditions by week end. 


- Rube McMullan
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"Week in Review" | Stori Teller-22' | 06/02/06
 

I'm sorry I haven't reported in the last fews days, I've been fishing nearly everyday and I'm glad to report the the fishing has been good all week.  The flounder bite in the Tubbs Inlet area has been very consistent, with most of the fish being keepers, and a several citation size doormats (5+lbs) have been landed there recently.  The key to catching the larger fish has been fishing with live pogies as opposed to mud minnows, and arftificals have also been producing some nice fish.  There are still a few nice trout hanging around, and the redfish have also been more active this week.  So come on down and lets go fishing, and the fishing should only get better in weeks to come.


- Capt. Kyle Hughes
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"Today's Report" | Mac Marle'n- 32' | 06/02/06
 

Its another pretty day on the coast-- we've had a great string of good weather.  Capt. Roger has a crew aboard the Carolina Contender for a full day and Capt. Bryan is departing for a 1/4 Spanish Mackerel mission in a few minutes.  This week we've fished the Stream a few days and it seems as if a lot of the Dolphin are moving inshore to the 80-120 depth range.  We've still caught them on the break, but the numbers are less.  Capt. Roger had a 45 pound Wahoo yesterday along with another 30lber and some Dolphin for the day.  We haven't run into the Cobia again since last weekend, but I bet Capt. Roger finds one today.  The weather Saturday will be fishable, but not the best.  Sunday looks better as a weak front passes and provides light north winds.  Hope to see you here.


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Report from the Stream" | Mac Marle'n- 32' | 06/01/06
 

Stream report: They're still there in good numbers. Fished the 100/400 yesterday with Capt Yorke of the Pharr Out Fishing Team. Gulf Stream water on top of the 100/400[78degrees, deep blue] many rips/ect. Good wahoo action, better dolphin were in cooler water inshore of 100/400 [140-160 feet]. Watch out for a Blue Marlin as he should be on top of the structure in the blue water[pull a horse ballyhoo on blue/white Islander way back long] 


- Rube McMullan
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"Today's Report" | Mac Marle'n- 32' | 05/31/06
 

Another beautiful day at the beach.  The Kings continue to bite at the 390/390-- about 50% are legal size to keep right now, but the action is pretty decent.  There are menhaden holding around Little River inlet and off Bald Head and in the Cape Fear.  Some nice Kings have come from Yaupon Reef this week.  The cobia are passing through right now and from right on the beach out to 30 miles, you are likely to have one come up on you at any time.  Have a rod and rig ready with something live to toss at them- a live eels is usually the best. 
This Saturday I've got a bottom fishing school and have 1 spot still left available.  If Grouper is something you'd like add to your fishing arsenal, give me a call at (910) 575-3474 and you can fill the last spot.
Also- Jolly Mon programs went out this week, so if you are looking for yours and don't get it by this week, email me and I'll send one out to you ASAP.
Picture is of Clay Moseley and Mark Poff who released this Sailfish at the Steeples on Sunday.  Not shown is Clay's dad, Phil who was also aboard for the day of fun.


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"King and Cobia Attack!" | It Works- 27' | 05/30/06
 

Yesterday I fished the "It Works" on a pair of half day trips.  On the morning trip, I started at the 390/390 and before we could get all the baits in the water, we had king mackerel screaming line off the reels.  The fish were mixed in size from throwback 22" fish to nice 12 lb. fish.  On the second trip, I headed right back to the 390/390 and the hot king bite continued.  When the wind switched to the East, it cut off like a light switch, however as soon as it switched to the south they started feeding once again.  The highlight of the day, though, came late in the second trip when the long ling went to screaming.  Thinking it was a very nice king fish, I turned so that my angler, Robert, could fight the fish from the bow.  When we got closer to it, we realized that it wasn't a king mackerel but in fact was a very nice cobia.  An hour later he was on ice in the fish box and weighed 31.6 lbs. here at the dock.  So it's safe to say that IT'S ON here in OIB so you better come down and enjoy it!  The gulf stream fishing is on fire as well with very impressive catches of mahi-mahi coming in as well as scattered tuna and wahoo.  This is as good as it gets all year and the weather is going to be PERFECT all week for you to come down and enjoy it!  NO EXCUSES!!

---Capt. Squid


- Capt. Bryan Williams
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"Today's Report" | Mac Marle'n- 32' | 05/29/06
 

The wind blew a bit more today although it was much nicer within 20 miles of shore than offshore in the Stream.  The guys that fished the tournament today reported lots of Dolphin at most all spots.  The big news was the hot King Mackerel bite at the 390/390 and the arrival of the Cobia.  This AM Capt. Jon Tennant and his wife Amanda took their 12 year old nephew Cody Pyatte aboard the "Carolina Contender" for Cody's first fishing trip and a nice family outing.  They fished the 390/390 and caught plenty of small Kings before a school of 3 Cobia showed up right in the propwash- nosing the engines as they sniffed the drip of Menhaden oil Jon had set up from the boat.  Jon saw the Cobia, grabbed the jug of Menhaden oil and dumped a swig right on top of their head.  Jon said they went crazy as they circled and twirled looking for the food.  Jon then reached into the cooler where he had the secret weapon on ready-- he had purchased a few live eels from the OIFC that AM just in case and had them in the cooler, laying on ice. (For you who don't know, eels are super slimy, super creepy things.  You can't hold a livewell kept live one in your hands to save the world, and trying to hook it is absolutely impossible.  So what we do is keep them on ice in a cooler.  They can live out of the water all day and the ice makes them go dormat so you can handle them- but as soon as they hit the water, 2 seconds and their at 100%).  Jon had one ready along with a 20# class rod and single hook on 30# fluorcarbon leader.  He hooked the eel and put it in the water.  Jon said the Cobia were facing the other way and starting to head off when the eel woke up and took off like a snake in the grass.  The Cobia whipped around like it had eyes in the back of its head and sucked in the eel like it was his last meal.  Jon hooked up and handed the rod to 12 year old Cody and the fight was on.  Long story short, a 55lb Cobia was boated- NICE CATCH.  In the PM, Capt. Bryan Williams had a 31lb Cobia also from the 390's. 
Inshore, Capt. Brandon Sauls weighed a 5.1 lb Trout alive and released it alive at the OIFC docks- in addition, he won the Dixie Chicken inshore tournament over the weekend with a 6.5 lb Trout and 2lb Flounder--  The Flounder bite has been hot all around, with may citation fish coming from the Tubb's Inlet area.


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"Far Out Shoot Out-FINAL RESULTS" | Mac Marle'n- 32' | 05/29/06
 

Congratulations to team "Mr. Happy", Capt. Bob Barbour who walked away with almost all the marbles- $10, 475 TOTAL -  They were one of only two boats that had the Carolina Slam of Tuna, Dolphin and Wahoo-- They had a 49lb Tuna, 18lb Mahi and 26lb Wahoo for a 93 point total and 1st overall as well as largest Tuna and largest Wahoo.  2nd overall goes to "Team Outback/No Worries", Capt. Scott Childers who was the only other boat with a Carolina slam-- they had a 39lb Tuna, 21lb Mahi and 21 lb Wahoo for an 81 point total and 2nd overall.  3rd overall went to the "ShowTime"- Capt. Roger Gales who had the tournament's largest Mahi at 25.35lbs as well as a 46lb Tuna for a 71 point total and 3rd overall.
This year's Far Out Shoot Out went great with a record 41 boat entries.  Much thanks to our sponsors- Rampage Yachts- Gregory Poole CAT- the GPS Store- Outback Steakhouse, North Myrtle.  These sponsors value your business and contributed to make your sporting hobby more pleasureable- THANK YOU !
Thank you also to all the participants and their families for coming to the event and also for cooperating in riding the shuttle.
Thanks to all and we'll see you next year.  Next up- the Jolly Mon King Classic- June 23-25- hope to see you here.


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Far Out Shoot Out- Today's results" | Mac Marle'n- 32' | 05/28/06
 

35 out of 41  boats fished today.  The Dolphin bite was hot most anywhere you went, but the key to the Shoot Out is to catch the coveted Carolina Slam- Tuna, Dolphin and Wahoo.  That was achieved by 2 boats today.  The current leader is Mr. Happy, Bob Barbour with a 49.0 Yellowfin Tuna, 18.10 Dolphin and 25.95 Wahoo = 93.05 TOTAL.  Current second place is Team Outback Steakhouse/No Worries- Scott Childers with a 39.0 Yellowfin Tuna, 21.25 Dolphin and 20.80 Wahoo= 81.05 TOTAL.  Third overall is ShowTime, Capt. Roger Gales with a 46 Yellowfin Tuna and 25.35 Dolphin= 71.35 TOTAL.  Current largest Wahoo- Mr. Happy- 25.95, largest Dolphin- ShowTime-25.35, largest Tuna- Mr. Happy- 49.0.
Tomorrow is the last day of competition as there are 6 boats elegible to fish and weigh-in. 
The weather was very nice today and the Dolphin bite was reported hot from the Winyah Scarp to the Steeples, with particular hotspots in the vicinity of the 100/400 and BlackJack. 
Tomorrow PM we are having our awards dinner and ceremony at 8pm at the Ocean Isle Fishing Center.  We will be grilling up some fresh fish and participants and their families are invited to attend.  Also, if you could bring a covered dish to add to the fish, we'll have a big feast for everyone.  Hope to see you here.
And don't forget to keep riding the shuttle- thanks- Capt. Brant


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Far Out Shoot Out" | Mac Marle'n- 32' | 05/27/06
 

Great turnout- 41 boats registerd- A NEW RECORD- The weather this AM was tough, but by noon the winds at the Tower were less than 10kts and its perfect this PM.  The seas should be nice on Sun and Monday and we've got 35 or so boats fishing Sunday and 6 or so fishing Monday.  If you want to come watch the weigh-in, the boats will be back in at 6-8pm- *** Please remember to ride the shuttle to the site- no parking available at the OIFC***

For you guys fishing, attached is the most recent satellite sea temp chart.  What you can see is that the TRUE stream is just offshore of the 100/400 and Black Jack, with what looks like should be 73-75 degree water over these areas and the 77+ degree offshore 3-7 miles.  This tells me the best shot at wahoo and tuna should be in that 73-75 or so water and the big dolphin will be in the TRUE stream itself, or atleast along the edge-- there may well be a good temp break along this edge with a weed line, which could be a key.  If its not happening on the break, go offshore and find the edge of the water change.  Further south, the scenario is simlar off the Winyah and Gtown hole areas. 
It will mostly be a Dolphin affair, but focus your efforts on techniques to catch wahoo and tuna and stick with it-- that is what will bring you to the winner's circle.  Bird/Green Machine on shot gun for yellowfin and swimming plugs or big, dark skirted baits in the propwash for wahoo- or trolling weights or planers to get these baits deeper.  Good luck to all.  Awards Monday at 8pm.


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Far Out Shoot Out- DINNER UPDATE" | Mac Marle'n- 32' | 05/26/06
 

We are pleased to announce that OUTBACK STEAKHOUSE is providing the Capt. Meeting dinner tonight- steak, potato, salad and  bread, just like at the restaurant-- We've got the grill fired up and hope you and your family will come to enter the tournament and have a nice dinner--
Thanks again to OUTBACK STEAKHOUSE- North Myrtle Beach--

*** Shuttle is in operation- running til 10pm tonight- please ride***


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Far Out Shoot Out- CREW MATCHING" | Mac Marle'n- 32' | 05/26/06
 

Many of you have boats and are looking for crew, some are looking to go, but have no boat- below are folks emailing me looking to fish tourney--Maybe you can contact these folks and make a crew.

  Im interest in fishing the tourney with a capt that has a baot will help with expenses if ok we will be filming the trip for outdoor program if interested call 704 807 3428 and ask for George Lepper georgelepper@yahoo.com George lepper

My name is Lane Adams.  I work for Coastal Development and Realty in Holden Beach.  I saw your post on the fishing report for people who need crews.  I just moved down here over the winter so I don?t know that many people in the area.  I have always fished out of Morehead City and Hatteras.  If anybody needs a crew member I will be around all weekend.  I can rig baits and have a lot of my own tackle.  I have fished in a couple of small tournaments onboard my friend?s boat, the Pik Pocket of Pine Knoll Shores.  I attached a picture of us on that boat.  I am the one in the straw hat.  If anybody would like to talk to me I can be reached on my cell at 910-512-4026

Tim Garrett- 22' Grady White- Timg@callawaygolf.com or 704.564.1937  - needs crew to fish the tournament

Does anyone have need a crew member??  I would be interested either day. 

Thanks,
Todd Esparza 
(540)533-6695 or
(540)667-6695

Hey captain Brandt, this is Alex Pipes again I spoke with you about a mates position a couple weeks ago. I just wanted to let you know I may help make up a crew as well. I am always looking to go out and help out.  I have good knowledge with king fishing and Gulf Stream fishing.. I have been a deckhand on a couple boats and would love to help anyone who needs it?let me know?thanks..Alex (828)-506-0029

 

Capt. Brant,
   I will be at OIB Friday nite thru Monday pm. I am interested in fishing the tourney as crew member with boat captain. I can be reached at 919-631-7280 or e-mail at tkcemc@aol.com. I just completed your Gulf stream 101 course this past weekend and had an absolute blast as well as Ray.
Hope to get on board,
Kay Carroll
Smithfield,N.C.

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"Far Out Shoot Out- WEATHER BULLETIN" | Mac Marle'n- 32' | 05/26/06
 

WEATHER BULLETIN--  New fishing days-- choose- SATURDAY or SUNDAY or MONDAY-- Saturday's weather looks not so perfect, so we've decided to extend the possible fishing days to include Monday.  Right now Sunday's forecast looks good at N-NE winds of 10kts, seas 2-3 feet with the same or better forecast for Monday.  The conditions look like they will be very good, so don't let Friday and Saturday's weather scare you away. 
Along with registration and the Capt. Meeting tonight, we've got a great meal planned, so come by and join as we grill out steaks with all the trimmings- 6pm-7pm
Remember to please ride the shuttle- thanks
ALSO- DINNER TONIGHT FROM   OUTBACK STEAKHOUSE-- YEAH!!!!!!


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Today's Report" | Show Time- 34' | 05/25/06
 

Nice day in the Stream today.  We caught 9 Dolphin 10-20lbs and a whopper King Mackerel- 30.9 lbs.  The water was a  bit cool at 72 degrees and was an off color.  It appears as if the Stream eddy we've been fishing has moved off the Black Jack-100/400 area.


- Capt. Roger Gales
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"Yesterday's Gulf Stream Report" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 05/25/06
 

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of joining my OIFC co-worker Mike Edge, and his brother Bart on their 28 ft. Grady White, Kitchen Pass, for a day in the Gulf Stream.  We left their house at 5:30am and had lines in the water at the 100/400 a few minutes after 8:00.  The water was a bit cool at 72.5 and very green, but we didn't let it bother us since this water has been very productive all year.  It didn't take long before our first rigger clip of the morning popped and the first mahi was on the ice.  We continued to pick at them for the next couple of hours---catching one or two fish every 30 minutes or so.  It wasn't until around 12:00 that we got our first non-mahi bite as the shotgun line started to sing.  Bart eased the fish back to the boat on the 100 lb. mono leader and soon after a 30 lb. wahoo joined the mahi's for a cool down.  The mahi bited continued to turn off and on throughout the afternoon as we definately missed a lot more fish than we caught and ended the day with a final total of 12 mahi, and 1 wahoo.  The hot colors for the day was honestly anything that was in the water (pink/white, blue/white, purple/black, green/chart.), however a small pink/crystal Blue Water Candy seawitch was the hottest of the bunch.  Hopefully this great fishing will hang around for the tournament this weekend----it sure has been on fire as of late!


- Capt. Bryan Williams
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"Far Out Shoot Out- WEATHER BULLETIN" | Mac Marle'n- 32' | 05/25/06
 

We're all going to get together with BB guns and make Mr. Jim Cantt'arore drop his droors and turn around, becuase once again his weather forecast has missed the mark.  What was an absolutely pristine forecast, has molded itself into not so hot at all- particularly for Saturday.  SO, never fear, don't cancel your plans, the show will go on and I hope you still fish.  The plan is to extend the fishing days to include Monday.  This means you have the option to now fish 1 of 3 days.  The weather Saturday looks pretty bad and Sunday should be decent and then hopefully by Monday the High pressure will be settled in and it should be perfect.  This means the awards will be held on Monday at 8pm instead of Sunday at 8pm.  I hope you will not let this little glitch stop you from coming down and participating.  The Capt. Meeting and dinner will be held on schedule, Friday6-7pm, so please do come on  by. 
****And please, don't forget to ride the shuttle.  The lot is off-island next to Wings and when you ride the shuttle you'll get a raffle ticket to win free tackle.  Thanks for the cooperation.


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"" | Black Pearl- 31' | 05/25/06
 

Sorry it took so long to get updated, the past few weeks have been crazy, everyone wants to get their boat fixed or go fishing.  Just hitting the highlights, last friday we led a group on a full day that yeilded lots of nice sea bass and a 17lb gag grouper, with a king thrown in.  Sat. back to the stream where we faced stiff winds and squall lines for the most part of the morning.  We were however, able to pull (literally, he hit about the same time as the first bolt of lightning) a nice 42.5 wahoo out of the eye of the storm, as well as some nice mahi.  Mon. morning were back at it on a half day sea bass mission with an 8 year old who had a ball and caught some nice fish.  Finally, a half day yesterday yeilded a 10lb king and some sharks and bluefish. 


- Capt. David Hooks
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"Today's Report" | Carolina Contender- 36' | 05/24/06
 

Stream continued good today- Capt. Roger joined fishing friends Yorke Pharr and son for a day-- they ended up with a half dozen Dolphin from 10-20 pounds, a 41lb Yellowfin and 2-25lb Wahoo-- another Slam.  The fished the BlackJack area, and Roger reported better action in the AM.

Looking at the weather, its evolving on us a bit and not quite as a spectacular forecast as early in the week, but I think still very manageable.  It looks as if a weak front will pass on Fri PM, which will bring SW winds all day Fri and probably pretty gusty on Fri PM for the Capt. Meeting- BUT DON'T GET SCARED OFF.  The front will pass Fri PM and the winds will shift more to the West and lay to 10-15kts or so.  Sat PM will be absolutely beautiful and Sun AM should be very nice as the winds shift to the North and light.  I think either day will be fishable, Saturday being one of those days when you have to tough it out in the AM to get there, but then have a great ride home, Sunday maybe the opposite.  I've got a big dinner planned for Friday at 6pm- steaks, baked potatoes, salad,  bread.......  Your entry includes a meal for up to 4, but if you have more, bring them and they can purchase a meal ticket for $15.  It would be helpful to get an idea of how many people will be attending the dinner and plan to eat, so please RSVP reply to this email with the # you expect to feed-- thanks- Capt. Brant

Also, King bite was bit slow today.  Capt. Shane caught a few at the 90/90, but it wasn't the bite of yesterday.  We'll let you know if we find where they've gone- stand by.


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