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Fishing Reports by Capt. Dexter Simmons


2013-08-17
9:34 AM

Grand Slam Fishing - The Fishing Report. August 17, 2013.We have returned from our annual trek to Turneffe Flats, Belize with an outstanding week of flats fishing to report! It was indeed a grand slam week! Tarpon , Bonefish and Permit were available and playful more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2013-07-07
8:57 AM

Tarpon Season 2013 - The Fishing Report. July 7, 2013. Mike and Nancy Dinner of Toronto, Canada fished with me for the 17th consecutive year in June and literally put on a clinic for the other skiffs fishing in Similar Sound. Nancy hooked up and brought to the boat a more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2013-05-29
7:52 PM

Matt Reno lands 150 lb. Tarpon in 20 knot winds! - The Fishing Report. May 29, 2013.Matt Reno of San Diego caught a monster Tarpon on fly in 20 knot winds after a 95 minute epic battle! Jon Sigmond of Norway had a banner week with catches of Tarpon, Bonefish and Cobia. Here is a nice Tarpon jump more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2013-02-17
2:50 PM

Winter Fishing in the Keys! - The Fishing Report. Feb. 15, 2013. A few cold fronts have brought in schools of big Jacks and Barracuda. Here is a good size Barracuda (15 pounds) caught by Andy Johnston! Permit are also showing in good numbers on the backcounty flats. Her more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2013-01-13
7:56 AM

Mild Winter brings Early Tarpon Migration - The Fishing Report. Jan. 10, 2013. Resident Adult Tarpon have been laying up in basins on warm days during this mild winter we are experiencing. Here is a good size adult Tarpon caught in January!. Permit are also showing in good numbers on the more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2012-12-13
12:54 PM

Toothy Critters Like Cudas and Sharks Rule! - The Fishing Report. Dec. 11, 2012. Baby Tarpon are again showing in the creeks, channels and canals. Here is one caught by Phil Drees. Barracuda of good size are showing on the flats and in the channels. Here is a large one caught recently more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2012-10-06
9:00 PM

PERMIT ALL OVER BACKCOUNTRY FLATS! - The Fishing Report. Oct. 6, 2012. Permit are really turned on right now and this trend should continue through October. Here is a nice 20 pound Permit caught today by Andrew Mallen of Long Island, NY. javascript:insert_image('') October i more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2012-08-17
12:27 PM

Tarpon, Bonefish, Permit still grand slam season summer/fall. - The Fishing Report. August 17, 2012. There are many opportunities to catch Tarpon, Permit and Bonefish here in the Keys as Summer fades and fall begins. Tarpon, of all sizes, can be caught all summer long on the flats and in the channels! This more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2012-06-24
8:15 PM

Tarpon on Fly, Released on the Key West Flats - The Fishing Report. June 15, 2012. There are many opportunities during the course of each Tarpon Season here in the Keys to handle Tarpon that have been caught with the long rod and feathers tied to hooks. The true moment of truth comes w more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West


2012-06-15
9:07 PM

Michael Dinner, Tarpon Angler Extraordinaire! - The Fishing Report. June 15, 2012. Mike Dinner has been fly fishing with Capt. Dexter Simmons for 16 years. He is an excellent fly caster and always manages to take advantage of the Silver King whenever he is fishing in the Keys during May or June. more...
Capt. Dexter Simmons - Key West

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