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Fishing Reports by Capt. Alan Sherman


2008-09-17
7:27 PM

Biscayne Bay Inshore Fishing is on Fire! - Light winds and schools of Finger Mullet have the bay fish feeding in a frenzy. Recently during the calmer days and in the mornings large fish can be seen from a distance crashing into baitfish schools. These are the days that make fishing here in So more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2008-09-08
4:27 PM

The Fall Migration Has Started in South Florida! - Finally got out on the water on Saturday after the Florida Sportsman Magazines Live Radio Show on WMCU 1080 AM. Right away found big jack crevalles blasting baits and then a huge school of pilchards and quickly filled my live wells after a couple of more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2008-09-03
5:22 PM

Lots of Storms plus lots of Fish - It's always tough to write a fishing report when the weather has been as disturbed as recently. Not being on the water with charters due to a lack of customers or canceled charters due to the weather makes a fishing guide have to make dozens of calls more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2008-08-19
12:55 PM

South Florida Fishing after Tropical Storm Fay - I was out of town most of last week visiting the Panhandle of Florida with my family. We had a wonderful time eating locally caught seafood and sightseeing from Destin Beach south to Apalachicola. We did manage a few hours of fishing in between the s more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2008-08-07
12:23 PM

Hot Fishing/No Business - August is always a tough time to write fishing reports due to the fact that business is normally slow due to weather conditions, bugs, families taking last minute vacations, families holding onto money to buy schools supplies and clothes for their ki more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Flamingo


2008-08-06
10:31 AM

South Florida Hot Fishing but slow business! - August is always a tough time to write fishing reports due to the fact that business is normally slow due to weather conditions, bugs, families taking last minute vacations, families holding onto money to buy schools supplies and clothes for their ki more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2008-07-22
4:23 PM

Fishing Remains Interesting in Flamingo - I had a busy week fishing Flamingo and North Biscayne Bay with similar results. This time of the year fishing can be fantastic to down right poor. This is due mostly by the weather conditions and the most noticeable weather condition in July and Augu more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Flamingo


2008-07-21
10:26 AM

Things are heating up in South Florida! - I had a busy week fishing Flamingo and North Biscayne Bay with similar results. This time of the year fishing can be fantastic to down right poor. This is due mostly by the weather conditions and the most noticeable weather condition in July and Augu more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2008-07-08
7:59 PM

A Few Bugs and Plenty of Fish and Sun - For a guy that specializes in Light Tackle Fishing in North Biscayne Bay I am finding myself fishing in Flamingo more then anywhere and the reason is that with the hot summer conditions fishing in Flamingo is always somewhat more consistent then many more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Flamingo


2008-06-25
3:11 PM

Flamingo Grand Slam Possiblities - This is a fishing report that I always enjoy writing! Unfortunately though some of my clients for reasons that they only understand cast the report off as either not true or just something they don't have time or money for. Your probably wondering wh more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Flamingo

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