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Bowser can only cover all options on reaction out of dthrow if he dthrows Fox/Falco into the corner. If they have the room behind them, the spacie can just DI away and tech away and there's no way you can cover it because Bowser's super slow. When you dthrow Fox into the corner, though, DI away tech away can only go to the edge of the stage, so you can cover it with a dthrow. If you get a grab in the interior of the stage, you'll have to settle for uthrowing the spacie onto a platform and covering the tech with fair (unless you're on FD, then you just get nothing).
Regardless of how much the spacie DIs away, immediately after the dthrow animation completes you should dash towards the spacies landing. You will always need to do this to be in position to cover all options on reach. Your first task is to determine whether they missed tech or not. Any missed tech will produce a green shockwave underneath the opponent. In my opinion this is the most important thing to watch for when you're attempting to make this determination. Observe these two gifs showing Falco's tech in place and missed tech neutral stand in slow motion.
Once you are aware that they have successfully teched, you must distinguish between tech in place, tech away, and tech in, as these will all have the smallest reaction windows for a successful coverage. This imgur album
shows the first five frames of Fox's tech animations in slow motion. Fox's feet are the most visually distinctive part of each animation, and watching them closely will allow you to determine their tech option as quickly as possible. If his feet stay mostly straight up in the air, it's a tech in. If his feet come apart, it's a tech in place (watch closely for this one, it's the hardest to react to). If his feet scrunch in towards his body, it's tech away. Internalize these animations and memorize them. LET THEM BECOME A PART OF YOU.
For tech in place, you can either up-B out of your dash or dash grab. Tech in place shine is a very popular option for spacies who get knocked down in the corner, so you should be watching for it because the reaction is pretty tough. http://gfycat.com/HonestJubilantFawn
For tech in, you can either up-B them out of your dash and hit them mid-roll with the initial hitbox, or if you're late, you can always drift back and hit them with a weak hit. If you get the reaction early enough you can even turnaround Klaw, but because the up-B option can potentially cover both tech in place and tech in, it's the safer pick if you're not the best at reacting. http://gfycat.com/SecondhandNervousIsabellineshrike
For tech away, you can either continue to a run and then up-B them (strong hit or drift to ledge weak hit depending on your timing/their DI), or you can continue into a run and dash grab. I prefer dash grab because the reaction isn't hard and it gives you a free dthrow at the edge of the stage, which is a juicy opportunity. http://gfycat.com/PerfumedWickedGorilla
If they missed tech, cancel your dash with a shield stop. From here, you are in position to shield grab get-up attack and neutral stand, and you can up-B out of shield to cover get up roll in or away. You can also jab reset if you're a real man but why risk giving the opponent the opportunity to SDI up and roll out? That would be hella suboptimal. http://gfycat.com/ScalyUnawareBoutu
Depending on your stage positioning you may be able to bthrow someone into the corner. Bthrow can set-up tech chases just like dthrow as long as tech away isn't an option, and it's also a much faster animation, which makes your reactions easier and also increases the odds of you catching the spacie DIing poorly in anticipation of a dthrow. However, bthrow is only effective for the lower percents whereas dthrow has low enough knockback growth to work for much longer. If they get sent far enough to DI offstage you've basically given up the punish opportunity in favor of an edgeguard you're not in position for. Either way, bthrow when you can, it's a good mix-up when platforms aren't in the way but you're not in position for a dthrow. http://gfycat.com/WildUnfoldedEland
Don't just uthrow spacies all the time like a goober and wonder why your Bowser sucks. Know exactly what you want to do off of each grab and your punish game will be SO DANK.