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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bouncer Smith


2004-04-27
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Miami, Florida - Afternoon Action Fishing is way up from recent weeks. The conditions have been good and the fishing has followed suite. The conditions we look for are north current near the reef and easterly winds. We have had these conditions for about a week an more...
Capt. Bouncer Smith - Miami


2004-04-11
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Miami, Florida - Tarpon Time I wish I could rave about our fishing action this week, but I can’t. During the Miami Billfish Tournament we had shots at 6 sailfish. We only caught 3 and it took 4 to come in the money. We caught a lot of dolphin, a few kingfish an more...
Capt. Bouncer Smith - Miami


2004-04-01
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Miami, Florida - Hello April Fishing Good bye March! What a month. Wind and more wind. We closed out that miserable month with fairly slow fishing this week, but at least it was calm. We had 4 days totally blown out a week ago. Saturday was still a mess with high more...
Capt. Bouncer Smith - Miami


2004-03-21
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Miami, Florida - Windy Fish Well it has been a week to remember. The wind blew and then it blew some more. Luckily we were fishing with some tough anglers. Paul and Kathy Herman fished with us for 5 days. The first day it was blowing so hard we stayed in the bay. more...
Capt. Bouncer Smith - Miami


2004-03-11
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Miami, Florida - Hot Sails and Tarpon We have had some great fishing this week. The Della Monicas fished with us Tuesday and Wednesday and caught 5 sailfish each day on live herring fished on the kite and flat lines. A couple bonito spiced up their action. Tuesday more...
Capt. Bouncer Smith - Miami


2004-03-08
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Miami, Florida - Windy Action Fishing lately has been a breeze, a strong breeze most of the time. 10 days ago we caught 11 sailfish with Jeff Lapnow. He was a busy guy till about 2 PM when the wind switched and the fish turned off. We have struggled with lots of more...
Capt. Bouncer Smith - Miami


2004-02-25
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Miami, Florida - Swords and Sails Boy, it has been a busy week. Some great catches ands some just good. We shot a TV show with Mark Sosin which should air in March. It would be seen on OLN at 8 PM eastern time on a Monday night. We should know the date before it a more...
Capt. Bouncer Smith - Miami


2004-02-18
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Miami, Florida - Sails, Swords and Tarpon Good bye Boat Show. This was probably the best boat show ever for me. Spent some quality time with the Browns, who own Dusky boats, the guys from Gladiator autopilots, Lowrance electronics, Eagle Claw, too many people to n more...
Capt. Bouncer Smith - Miami


2004-02-08
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Miami, Florida - Variety is Fun No two days have been the same lately on Bouncer‘s Dusky 33. Saturday we fished a fishing club event and caught a sailfish, a dolphin, a bonita and a kingfish. Sunday was a rain out. Monday night we fished with Herb Ratner and he ca more...
Capt. Bouncer Smith - Miami


2004-01-26
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Miami, Florida - Miami Mayor's Cup Victory Victory at sea!!! Bouncer’s Dusky 33 with Capt. Bouncer Smith, mates Ron Cook and Glenn Morgan helped top notch anglers Scott Segal and Tom Schramm win the inaugural Miami Mayor’s Cup Sailfish Tournament. The tournament w more...
Capt. Bouncer Smith - Miami

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