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Fishing Reports by Capt. Alan Sherman


2008-12-18
6:16 PM

Backcountry Fishing on the Windy Days - I hope my suggestions of gifts that I mentioned in my last Fishing Report were helpful. For the past week we have had cool temperatures and quite a bit of wind but that has been good for some areas and not so good for others. The best thing about l more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Flamingo


2008-12-11
9:27 AM

Holiday Season, Great Weather and Fishing - Here's wishing all of my clients and sponsors a Very Happy Holiday Season and a Great New Year for 2009! Thanks to all of you for supporting me this year and the years past. I'm looking forward to seeing you on the 2008 Get Em where fishing memor more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2008-12-01
10:10 AM

Unusual Weather Means Great Fishing in South Florida - Our recent weather conditions remind me of years back when I worked the Party Boats out of Haulover Marina. Back then it was common for me to don thermal clothing in October and November. It has been along time since then and for the past 10 years I more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2008-11-19
6:26 PM

The Winter Pattern is Settleing in on Flamingo - As I sit and write this fishing report a strong cold front has just pushed through South Florida and our temperatures are quickly dropping into the 60's and eventually into the upper 50's. At this point I think we can safely say that summer is over a more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Flamingo


2008-11-16
10:05 AM

Cooler Temperatures Hotter South Florida Fiashing - As I sit and write this fishing report a strong cold front has just pushed through South Florida and our temperatures are quickly dropping into the 60's and eventually into the upper 50's. At this point I think we can safely say that summer is over a more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2008-11-05
5:21 PM

Flamingo is Hot and Your Missing Out! - Fished in Flamingo yesterday during a two boat charter organized by my fellow Capt. Pete. We met our two groups of three fishermen at 7:15 in the morning on the Florida Bay boat ramp and headed into Snake Bight Channel on the beginning of the outgoin more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Flamingo


2008-10-29
9:19 AM

October and in the 50's in South Florida - For the last two months I have been informing my clients and readers that this is the time to get out on the water to take advantage of some of the best fishing of the season and the ones that did get out I'm sure had some good fishing tales to tell. more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2008-10-15
10:39 AM

Finger Mullet Schools have Flamingo Red Hot! - Another great week of fishing in South Florida just passed us by but don't worry if you haven't had a chance to get out on the water recently the fishing will continue to be great for another month or so before settling in on a more normal fall/winte more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Flamingo


2008-10-12
10:23 AM

October Fishing at its Best! - October is here and the Fall Migration continues to excite South Florida Fishermen. Head over to Biscayne Bay or any of the Ocean Inlets and take a look across the water and you are almost guaranteed to see fish activity somewhere in your sights. Sch more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2008-09-29
2:16 PM

Fall is here! Why aren't you out on the Water? - Fall is here and so is the great fishing that comes with it. North Biscayne Bay has had plenty of baitfish schools attracting lots of attention from snook, tarpon, large jack crevalles, ladyfish, sea trout, snappers, barracudas and the first Spanish more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Flamingo

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