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Fishing Reports by Capt. Alan Sherman


2017-11-16
10:53 AM

Variety Fishing in South Florida - Inspite of the recent weather changes in South Floriad the fishing inshore, offshore, in Flamingo and along the Tamiami Trail continues to result in bent fishing rods and big smiles. The best thing about living and guiding in South Florida is that we more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2017-10-09
10:01 AM

South Florida Fishing at it's Finest! - For the past month or so South Florida has been harassed by Hurricanes and foul weather. In between the rain and wind and at times during the wind and rain we have had some incredible fishing. I have had only a few charters recently due to these weat more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2017-09-22
2:03 PM

The Fall Migration in South Florida Has Arrived! - Irma started the Fall migration early this year! If catching large snook, tarpon and big jack crevalles in or near the coastal shorelines or kingfish, dolphins and groupers offshore than don't hesitate to give me a call. The fish are here and hungry. more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2017-05-22
2:28 PM

Time to Catch Up! - Its been a long time since my last report. Lots of charters, fishing trips and family events have passed since the last report. In the past couple of months I have had a few very close family members pass away. It was sad to see them go but I sure th more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2017-01-19
9:39 AM

Snook, Redfish and Black Drum Flamingo Baby! - With cooler temperatures in South Florida the fishing in Florida Bay, the outer edges of Everglades National Park and the interior waters of Whitewater Bay and Oyster Bay has really taken off. When the weather is nice the Spanish mackerel, bluefish, more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Flamingo


2017-01-18
6:20 PM

North Bay/Miami Hot Fishing! - The baitfish have returned to North Bay and plenty of fish can be found feeding on them. On Monday Mike Sr., 6 year old Mathew and 9 year old Mike Jr. had a ball catching 6 to 7 pound jack crevalles one after another. Mathew caught his first snook th more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2017-01-13
5:49 PM

Welcome 2017! South Florida Fishing Style! - The fishing in South Florida for me, my clients and Get Em Sportfishing Charters during 2016 was great! The Get Em for those of you that didn't know is the name of my 22' 2014 Pathfinder Tournament Edition Bay Boat. During 2016 the Get Em logged mor more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2016-12-13
10:45 AM

Cooler Temperatures and Hot Fishing in South Florida! - We are in the second week of December and for the most part it still seems like Summer. Since September South Florida has seen schools of mullet, some fingers, some black and the others silver slide by us with many staying in our area. Joining this b more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2016-11-18
12:18 PM

Cooler Temps Hot Fishing in South Florida! - Recently cooler weather has arrived in South Florida. The seasonal change has sparked some outstanding fishing for the fishing guides and their clients and friends. Pick a location any location and there are fish to be caught and some are very respec more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2016-10-10
5:23 PM

First Real Cold Front of this Fall hits South Fl. - Hurricane Matthew has come and gone and most South Floridians have cleaned up what little mess that Matthew caused. Now we are ready to start fishing again. Matthew has pushed a ton of mullet schools down thew coast and lots of hungry predators are f more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Flamingo

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