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Fishing Reports by Capt. Alan Sherman


2018-11-28
11:36 AM

Strongest Cold Front of this Season Will bring Red Hot Fishing - The fishing in South Florida in Biscayne Bay, Offshore of Miami, in Flamingo in Everglades National Park and in some areas of our freshwater canal systems has been very good for rod bending action. Some real quality fish have made it into almost ever more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2018-11-13
10:35 AM

November in South Florida has not been disappointing! - Fishing in general has been outstanding in sunny South Florida. The weather has been almost summer like but every few days we have seen signs of cooler weather in the air. . Fishing in Biscayne Bay has been outstanding! Loads of snappers, a few gr more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2018-10-25
6:24 PM

Tight Lines, Bending Fishing Rods and Big Smiles! South Fl. - You can feel fall in the air and you can see its affects in the water. Large schools of baitfish, huge schools of mullet and plenty of hungry fish eating them. There is no better time to fish North Bay, South Bay, Offshore or in the Everglades. Name more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2018-10-20
5:12 PM

Hurricanes Gone! Red Tide Gone! Fish Here! - Finally, the fall Migration in South Florida is under way. With hurricanes, red tide, blue/green algae and who knows what else interfering with our weather and waters it was hard to know for sure if our fishing would survive this season. For the most more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2018-04-01
12:58 PM

Inshore, Offshore, Flamingo, Doesn't Matter its All Good! - Happy Easter and Happy Passover to all of my clients, friends and sponsors. Its been awhile since my last fishing update and once again I will have to let the pictures tell the stories. The fishing here out of Miami has been very good with good a more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2018-02-25
2:46 PM

Strong winds haven't stopped the fish from biting in South Flor. - February in South Florida typically is a calm month as far as wind but not this year. The winds have been howling every week. On average we have had about a day of calm winds each week. That has hardly been enough to get the water to clear up. Add to more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2018-02-04
3:26 PM

The Hot South Florida Bite Continues on the "Get Em" - Happy New Year my past, current and future clients. I hope everyone had a great Holiday season and is enjoying the new Year! It has been some time since my last fishing report. So that I don't bore you too much with a long report let me tell you that more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2017-12-19
3:07 PM

Great mackerel, bluefish and juvenile kingfish bite in Miami - I Hope everyone is ready for the Holidays and you get everything you were wishing to get. I also want to wish everyone a ver safe and Happy New Year from me and Get Em Sportfsihing Charters! The weather has been cool, cold, mild and spectacular fo more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2017-11-28
6:49 PM

The Bite is on in South Florida! - If your waiting for someone to call you and tell you now is the time to get yourself out on the water then that is what I am telling you now! The fishing has been great. Not every trip but almost every trip. North Bay has been producing catches o more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


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

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