Miami is Ready to Fish

Report Date: September 26, 2004

Monty's 44 inch snook

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 Miami to Key West have been no more than a severe thunderstorm. A couple of trees fell within the area and a fair amount of trees have lost branches, but nothing that would alter a nice vacation.

The fall migration of bait and inshore game fish has been very strong. Beach anglers have had a ball catching bluefish, ladyfish, mackerel, snook and tarpon between the storms. We have caught a few sailfish and some beautiful grouper and snapper whenever the boat has been out of storm storage.

Lee and Pat with a Mystic grouper

With October around the corner we are looking forward to great swordfish action to top off a month of grouper, snapper, snook tarpon, more sailfish and dolphin moving closer to shore. All this plus cooler temperatures and very low amounts of boat activity should make every trip a super good time. We have several openings this week. In October we are booked solid till the 14th, but plenty of friends are available. We have a bunch of open dates between the 14th and 28th so give us a call at 305-945-5114 or e-mail . Let?s go catch some fish!

We are having a swordfish seminar at Dusky Sport Center on October 14th at 6 PM. Give them a call at 954-922-8890. Hope we see you there.

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Capt. Bouncer Smith
1521 Alton Road, #505
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Phone: (305) 439-2475