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Permit, Bonefish, Tarpon Fall Fishing

Capt. Dexter Simmons
October 17, 2010
Key West - Saltwater Fishing Report

The Fishing Report. Oct. 16, 2010. Hurricane season has been kind to us this year. There have been no real threats and only a few that even came close to us so far. October and November are great months for fall Bonefishing! The Permit are also out and about on the flats. To complete your grand slam, there are also resident Tarpon available.Here is an October caught Permit.Here is a November caught Big BonefishHere is a November caught Tarpon.Every so often there is a new product introduced to me to enhance my appreciation of the angling that takes place here in the fabulous Florida Keys. An artist by the name of Jerry Kirby showed me his Western Metal Art and I now have a piece proudly hanging on the door to my fly tying office!The photo of this Tarpon metal art above captures only partially the stunning reality of this piece. It is truly a magnificent work of art that I am proud to own! Do yourself a favor and check out more of the Torchcraft western metal art at the Torchcraft web site Torchcraft Western Metal ArtSummer has been really good for early morning Tarpon, fair for Bonefish and Permit and excellent for catching up with family and friends! As we head toward October and the fall season, we are anxious to tackle more Bonefish and Permit along with the resident Tarpon here in the Keys waters.Next year's Tarpon season is filling up fast, so be sure to email or call Capt. Dexter ASAP to get your spot.Here is a nice summer tailing Bonefish on the Key West flats.

Tarpon Season, 2010 will go down as one of the best for the worm hatch, IF YOU WERE IN THE RIGHT PLACE AT THE RIGHT TIME! Early season was good, middle season was better, late season was also good, if you could get them to eat! This is Grand Slam season here in the Keys, so if we can coax you away from the Tarpon bite, then the Permit and Bonefish are also available. Here is a 24 pound Permit and a 6 pound Bonefish taken by Atlanta Braves star Tim Hudson. Tim and his wife Kim celebrated their 10th anniversary here in the Keys. Good luck to them, they are a great couple!

Grand Slam fishing is available during this Spring and Summer and early Fall seasons, so if you are still after that elusive first Permit or Tarpon or Bonefish, now is the time! Call me and let's set up your trip! Toll Free: 877-228-8497, or 305-745-3304.
Our Father (Mother) - Son (Daughter) Key West Flats Fishing Trips are now scheduled for throughout the winter,spring, summer and fall.
For more information about the Father and Son Flats Fishing Trips go to www.keywestflyfishing.com/fatherandson.htm
Once again, you may contact Capt. Dexter Simmons for a future fishing charter on his TOLL FREE CHARTER HOTLINE: 877-228-8497 ///// or at 305-745-3304 or by email at captdexter@gmail.com

Key West Fishing Forecast:

Excellent for big Bonefish, Permit and Tarpon available.

Target Species:

Tarpon, Bonefish, Permit

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Key West Fly Fishing with Capt. Dexter Simmons. Sight fly fishing on the flats of Key West, the Marquesas, and the Florida Keys for Tarpon, Bonefish, Permit, Barracuda, Shark, and more. Charters available year 'round. Friendly, experienced, professional captain who prides himself on providing a high quality fly fishing trip for anglers of all abilities. Fly casting lessons, SAGE fly fishing rods, TIBOR reels, lines, leaders, flys hand tied by Capt. Dexter Simmons, & fishing licenses included

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Key West Fly Fishing
P.O. Box 2006
Key West, FL 33040
Phone: 305-745-3304
Alt. Phone: 305-745-3304
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