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Fishing Reports by Capt. Alan Sherman


2015-07-17
3:08 PM

Pick Right Location & Fishing in South Florida is GREAT - When it comes to products available to outdoor consumer I always like to share with the public products that I have tried and truly believe in. Every sponsor in my sponsor list has products that I have tried during my fishing charters and I truly bel more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2015-06-24
4:21 PM

Inshore, Offshore and Freshwater Fishing is all Happening In SF. - It's almost been a month since my last report so let me catch you up as quickly as possible. This means fewer words and more pictures! North Bay fishing has been OK! When I have been able to catch live baitfish that are big enough to attract a sp more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2015-05-29
1:25 PM

Low Water Levels in the Glades means huge numbers of Bass - I only charter for largemouth bass during the low water periods of the year in South Florida. Right now and for the past few months water levels are low enough to have big numbers of largemouth bass, pickerel and many other freshwater species holding more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2015-05-20
5:36 PM

Lots of Days on the Water! Too Many Pictures to Post! - Fishing offshore has been good! Fishing in North Bay has been good. Fishing in Flamingo is about to take off and fishing in the freshwater canals of the Everglades very good! Offshore {%image_id=43494%) North Bay Flamingo F more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2015-04-27
9:36 AM

Largemouth Bass are Chewing in the Glades - March and April have been loaded with charters and plenty of happy clients for me and Get Em Sportfishing Charters. There has been little time to write a fishing report and even now I only have a few minutes to write before I am back on the water. Un more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2015-03-12
12:35 PM

Flamingo for Species and Quality and North Bay for trout and mac - Spring has arrived in South Florida and now is the time to get out on the water and have some fun catching sea trout, snook, tarpon, jacks, mackerel, bluefish, snapper, grouper and ladyfish in the bay. Water temperatures are rising in the bay and our more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Flamingo


2015-02-18
3:23 PM

Winter Weather Rolls into South Florida! - There's no better time to sit down and write a fishing update then during the years strongest cold front. So let's get down to it! During the next few days we are forecasted to have strong winds and temperatures in the upper 30's. I know you guys more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2015-01-24
2:53 PM

Fishing is Hot in Florida Bay/Flamingo! - Winter has set in on South Florida even though it still feels like Fall. Cold fronts have been sliding through South Florida dropping water temperatures into the low 70's and at times the upper 60's. Not cold enough to spark some of the hot fishing t more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2014-12-31
11:47 AM

Happy New Years from Get Em Sportfishing Charters and Capt. Alan - The year is just one short day from being over and now is the time to look back on what was a fantastic year of fishing! I was very lucky to have shared some of the best light tackle fishing that South Florida has to offer with lots of returning clie more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2014-12-05
8:44 AM

South Florida Holiday Season! - The winds have been blowing in sunny South Florida and the weather is shaping up for the Holidays. Mostly sunny skies and mild temperatures have led us to some very good fishing in North & South Biscayne, Offshore of Miami and in Flamingo. North more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami

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