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Fishing Reports by Capt. Alan Sherman


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


2014-11-12
11:05 AM

Outstanding Weatherin South Florida Great South Florida Fishing! - The weather in South Florida has been outstanding. If you live here then you know what I mean if you don't then you had better catch a flight and get here while you can. Due to our great weather we have been rewarded with very good fishing as well. I more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2014-10-22
3:53 PM

Happy Bait In South Florida But Not For Long! Big Fish Coming! - South Florida's fishing continues to get more interesting every day. Our weather conditions keep cooling down and we are seeing big pushes of baitfish move along our beaches and into North and South Bay. Offshore big schools of bait are sliding south more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2014-09-25
10:36 AM

Fall Fishing is here in Sunny South Florida! - You can feel it in the air! Fall has arrived in South Florida! As I write I am disappointed that I am not on the water because finally with lower air and water temperatures schools of baitfish are migrating along our coast and into our bays. Tarpon, more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2014-09-10
6:25 PM

Fall Fishing is days away in sunny South Florida! - September is here and our South Florida temperatures are still in the 90's and that is expected. As we get closer to the end of September we should see a change in our temperatures and the beginning of the Fall Migration start to take place. Already more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2014-08-06
3:42 PM

Flamingo in Everglades National Park continues to be Red Hot! - This is a long overdue fishing report on what's been happening here on the Get Em for the last three weeks. My work in Bimini on the big Hatteras is done now. We made three or four trips and canceled a couple due to weather. The ones we made we more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2014-07-07
2:21 PM

It is on in Flamingo! Get Em Sportfishing Charters! - Summer came early this year no wait we never had a winter or a spring just summer since January! So now it's hot and we have these thunderstorms that come barreling in from the Glades almost every afternoon. So what's that got to with the fishing! No more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2014-06-11
3:46 PM

It's Catch and Release Time for lots of Snook in South Florida - The summer rains have arrived to South Florida sparking the beginning of the snook spawning season. Snook season has closed on both coasts as the fish do their romantic thing but they can still be targeted for catch and release. I only mention this b more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Flamingo


2014-05-02
10:39 AM

South Florida Fishing Report - It has been a long time since my last fishing update. Time goes by so fast when you are busy fishing, hanging out with the family and taking care of business. In the past two months I have fished in North Bay, offshore of Miami, in Flamingo, in the B more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2014-03-19
12:20 PM

Warm Spring Like Conditions & Hot South Florida Fishing! - Warm conditions continue to be the norm for South Florida. We did get hit by a couple of good frontal squall lines that brought winds up to 70 miles per hour but very little cold weather was accompanied with these fronts. One thing that has been noti more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami

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