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Fishing Reports by Capt. Alan Sherman


2009-09-01
3:49 PM

Fished in British Virgin Islands Past Week! - I was out of town acting as a fishing consultant in the British Virgin Islands most of last week on a clients 65' Hatteras. We caught quite a few deep water bottom fish plus some nice yellowtails and mutton snappers. I had a great time and look forwa more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2009-08-18
3:50 PM

Fishing In Everglades National Park is Heating Up! - This is the summer and as summers go business is normally off due to the high heat and families taking a well deserved vacation. This summer is no different than others so the fishing reports have been on the thin side. The best bet for me recent more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2009-08-05
12:01 PM

Fishing is Picking Up in Flamingo - This is the summer and as summers go business is normally off due to the high heat and families taking a well deserved vacation. This summer is no different than others so the fishing reports have been on the thin side. The best bet for me recen more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Flamingo


2009-07-22
1:07 PM

Summer Duldrums in South Florida - Time for a Summer Doldrums fishing report! Yes things are getting hot here in South Florida and maybe a little earlier than normal. Water temperatures are reaching the low 90's and in areas where water depths are less than four feet that can be a bit more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2009-07-08
2:14 PM

Strange Weather Patterns Makes For Tough Fishing - What a strange few weeks we have had here in South Florida! Winds day after day from the west, south or southwest is something we expect in the fall and winter but not in the spring or summer when winds are supposed to be from the east southeast. Rec more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2009-06-24
2:18 PM

Hot Weather, Rain a Few Bugs Means Great Fishing! - Summer is here in South Florida and our draught has definitely come to an end. Water temperatures are rising and the summer pattern is taking a grip on South Florida. Recent stormy conditions and west winds that are more normal in the fall and the wi more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2009-06-12
11:27 AM

June's Fishing Forecast Red Hot! - South Florida's rainy season has finally taken hold and brought us some much needed heavy rain that our lawns and shrubs have needed for months. These rains spark some excellent fishing in North Biscayne Bay and Flamingo. As the freshwater enters the more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2009-05-22
12:17 PM

Rainy Season Has Started! - Fishing in South Florida is a bit different every year and long ago I learned that it is important to keep good records of what the fishing was like on each and every charter I make. I take note of many different things from each charter and log them more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Flamingo


2009-05-08
6:02 PM

Excellent May Fishing Action in South Florida - May is upon us and the last of the cold fronts are behind us as well. Fishing in South Florida is on the verge of exploding before the hot summer months take over and restrict us to fishing early or late in the day or at night. The one exception to t more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2009-04-23
2:34 PM

Lots of April Action in Sunny South Florida - April is quickly passing us by and the Spring fishing will be past soon as well! If you haven't had a chance to experience some of the fine fishing that we have had recently don't worry because there is still plenty of time before the heat of the sum more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami

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