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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bouncer Smith


2004-12-24
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Miami, Florida - Red Hot Catching What a week of fishing!!! We had George Palzak and a friend of his, Allen out Monday and they caught 2 sailfish, a 25 pound king mackerel, several other kings and caught a tarpon about 120 pounds after breaking the line on anoth more...
Capt. Bouncer Smith - Miami


2004-12-13
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Miami, Florida - Grouper save the day Grouper has been our key word lately. We can tell you that the sailfish have not liked our pilchards this week. We were anchor fishing with live pilchards on the surface, while chumming heavily with them as well. We saw severa more...
Capt. Bouncer Smith - Miami


2004-12-09
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Miami, Florida - December Delights December is coming up action. We have had a pretty good week. We had 3 fellows from Washington D.C. out to celebrate an upcoming wedding. The guest of honor was Coddy. They caught a triple header of sailfish out in 350 feet of wa more...
Capt. Bouncer Smith - Miami


2004-11-27
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Miami, Florida - Thanks for the Nights Happy Thanksgiving to all. We all have things to be thankful for. Among those things I am most thankful for are my family, friends and clients. THANK YOU one and all. We can be thankful for our evening trips this week. W more...
Capt. Bouncer Smith - Miami


2004-11-08
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Miami, Florida - November Catches Well we ended October with a bang and November is off and running. Our last trip of October was with some guys from TR-1 auto pilots. We left the dock after 7 and were tied up at 11:45 with two swordfish releases. The first more...
Capt. Bouncer Smith - Miami


2004-10-26
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Miami, Florida - Fall Fishing Action Well it is hard to believe that October is coming to an end. We were looking forward to a bunch of swordfish trips this month, but we got a lot of rough NE winds. We had Jeff Shore out with his fishing partner John Freitag more...
Capt. Bouncer Smith - Miami


2004-10-06
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Miami, Florida - The Fall Migration is On October is here and fishing is back to normal. Last week we fished with Terry Jackson and his two sons one afternoon. We fished live herring and speedos by slow trolling flatlines and a downrigger. The Jackson family had more...
Capt. Bouncer Smith - Miami


2004-09-26
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Miami, Florida - Miami is Ready to Fish South Florida is in good condition. I know many of you must be wondering what is left of our state. Four hurricanes have ravaged Florida. By some miracle the south end of the state has been untouched. The highest winds from more...
Capt. Bouncer Smith - Miami


2004-09-16
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Miami, Florida - September Winds Stop the wind!!!!! We thought we would bring yall up to date on the fishing action. We went fishing last Wednesday for 4 hours late in the afternoon. We had no luck with wreck fishing, but caught 5 snook up to 20 pounds at th more...
Capt. Bouncer Smith - Miami


2004-09-01
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Miami, Florida - September Start September is blowing into south Florida. Over the last 10 days we have suffered from tough fishing and reveled in hot action. We snook fished on the 22nd with the Pemberton family. Tom caught a couple of snook, but it was tough fis more...
Capt. Bouncer Smith - Miami

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