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Fishing Reports by Capt. Dexter Simmons


2003-09-16
12:00 AM

Key West and Lower Keys - Keys Bonefishing Hot! Sept. 16, 2003Bonefish are probably the most under-rated of the big three grand slam flats species available here in the Keys. Nine of the fifteen current International Game Fish Association world record fly catches for Bonefi more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2003-08-22
12:00 AM

Key West and Lower Keys - 8 Year Old Battles 70 LB Tarpon There is a very special look that young anglers have when they hook their first big fish on the flats. Connor Stewart and his dad Ron Stewart battled a 70 pound silver king Tarpon for nearly 20 minutes before the f more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2003-08-13
12:00 AM

Key West and Lower Keys - Baby Tarpon in the Marquesas Baby Tarpon in the Marquesas and the Lower Florida Keys are often accompanied by some good size Jack Crevalle chasing the same glass minnows, pilchard, or mullet minnows. Here Ken displays a nice 25 pound Tarpon caught more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2003-07-27
12:00 AM

Key West and Lower Keys - Bonefish Schooling Bonefish of all sizes are schooling around the flats in the backcountry of the Keys right now. Here are some small ones caught in the past few daysThis one caught by Chase was 6-7 pounds.There are also some resident Tarpon around more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2003-07-18
12:00 AM

Key West and Lower Keys - After nearly a month of vacation, I am glad to be back in Bonefish Heaven again! Undoubtedly, the most relaxing flats fishing is stalking Bonefish by wading in shallow water. In so doing, you become part of the marine environment. Sting rays, Shark more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2003-06-24
12:00 AM

Key West and Lower Keys - Tarpon Season Still Going! Brian Zuhse stripped once and this Tarpon ate the Cockroach fly like it was a Cuban Mix! Woofed it, then leaped into the air several times. In less than 15 minutes, Brian had the fish to the side of the boat before a g more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2003-06-21
12:00 AM

Key West and Lower Keys - Tarpon Still Migrating John McGuire battles a 110 pound Silver King hooked and caught on a Black Death fly. John first jumped a 50 pound fish, then stuck the big Tarpon he is fighting in the above photo. The fish was subdued and released at the more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2003-06-11
12:00 AM

Key West and Lower Keys - Tarpon and Bonefish Day! Saratoga George had a great day on the flats with his buddy Greg Persbacker (2002 Angler of the Year) today. George landed this 70 pound Tarpon on a Black Death fly. Greg jumped a 50 pound Tarpon in the minutes following more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2003-06-05
12:00 AM

Key West and Lower Keys - Tarpon Push! The winds have subsided and a big push of Tarpon moved in from the reef today with one 50 fish daisy chain that Mark McVeigh and a Black Death fly took advantage of this morning. Here is Mark giving the down and dirty to a 90-100 pou more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2003-06-04
12:00 AM

Key West and Lower Keys - Tarpon Migration in Full Swing Strong South winds have roiled the flats on the Atlantic side of the Keys today, so the Gulf and Backcountry flats are being targeted for Tarpon, Bonefish and Permit. Don Wilkerson jumped a 100+ pound Silver King and more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West

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