Miami Fishing Charters
We Offer All Types of Fishing Trips
Swordfishing has returned to South Florida waters. If big game fishing is your
goal, you have got to try this. Our swordfish population offers big game fishing
on a level with billfishing anywhere in the world. Swordfish – one of the
most challenging of all the billfish – now, South Florida offers the chance
for multiple catches in a single evening. Or, target monster swordfish employing
newly developed daytime swordfishing techniques. To read more about swordfishing
in South Florida, check out our swordfishing page.
Our more common daily offshore fishing trips center around live baiting for
sailfish, dolphin, king mackerel, wahoo and blackfin tuna. Of course the list
of what we may catch is nearly endless. We utilize the fishing kite frequently,
as well as downriggers while drifting or power drifting. And for the angler looking
for ultimate challenges we also hunt these gamefish with artificial lures on plug,
spinning or fly rods.
In our hunt for dinner or new challenges, we sometimes look to the artificial
reefs and wrecks that abound in South Florida. Here we anchor or power drift over
structures from 35 to 450 feet below the surface hunting african pompano, cobia,
grouper, snapper and assorted jacks. Who knows which delectable denizen of the
deep will grab your live bait or lure far below the surface.
As we get very near the inlets, we reach some of this captains favorite fishing
grounds. Here is where the tarpon spend the winter. Coming from all along the
eastern seaboard mature tarpon settle in Government Cut till early summer triggers
spawning action. Whether it's live shrimp, crabs or mullet, Bouncer knows what
the tarpon will be eating and where. And if it's fly or plugs you want to throw,
Bouncer is an expert in which lure to use and how. This fishing is great day or
And if you want something a little more challenging, then try for the sneaky
snook Bouncer locates along the jetties. These guys are a reel challenge and great
eating in season. Sometimes the ocean gets a little bumpy or inshore fishing draws
the anglers attention. In these times, Bouncer can thrill you with jack crevalles
that slam surface plugs.
Or maybe you want seatrout and snapper for the fun or palate. Well if it was
big game you wanted big tarpon roam the bay in fair numbers and smaller tarpon
get crowded there are so many in the bay in summer.
Yes! Bouncer does all these things regularly and they are all a lot of fun.
When you fish with him you can even try a couple types of fishing in any given
day. Who knows you may even score the coveted Gold Coast Grand Slam. This requires
a sailfish, dolphin and tarpon in one day of fishing.
Now that's variety. If we haven't tickled your desires yet, then I guess we
will have to take you over to the Bahamas for a fishing fling over there this
summer. Find out more about our summertime Bimini, Bahamas
Available Fishing Trips
Below are some of the more common trips available. But Capt. Bouncer will be
more than happy to mix and match, and custom tailor your next fishing trip to
meet your desires.
- 8 Hour Day
- 8 Hour Swordfish
- Multi-day Bahamas Trips
For further details email Capt Bouncer at:
Find out what's biting when...
- Swordfish - Red hot swordfishing is back in South Florida.
Although available year-round, swordfish weather is best April, May, June,
September, October and December .
- Tarpon - year round, large fish best February – June.
- Sailfish - year round, but best December – May
- Snapper - Summer
- Grouper & Cobia - Winter
- Tuna - Winter and Spring
- Sharks - Spring and early Summer
You will be traveling in style with Captain Bouncer's lastest Dusky
Boat, a 33' Center Console powered by twin Evinrude
Finding the Boat
Bouncer's Dusky 33 is located only 5 minutes from the ocean at Miami
Beach Marina, pier E, 300 Alton Road, Miami Beach, Fl. 33139 (click
here for location map).
From I-95 take 395 east for about 4 miles. At the end of the second big bridge
turn right on Alton Road. 2 blocks down on the right is a 3 story building with
Montys on the side. The parking lot is immediately after the building and the
boat is directly behind the building.
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