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Fishing Reports by Capt. Alan Sherman


2008-06-18
2:34 PM

Hot fishing in South Florida! - Just got back from a week long family vacation and now its back to the fabulous South Florida Fishing that is taking place as we speak. Inshore waters of North and South Biscayne Bay are producing snook, tarpon, snappers, ladyfish, jacks, sea trout, more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Biscayne Bay


2008-06-17
6:01 PM

Hot fishing in South Florida! - Just got back from a week long family vacation and now its back to the fabulous South Florida Fishing that is taking place as we speak. Inshore waters of North and South Biscayne Bay are producing snook, tarpon, snappers, ladyfish, jacks, sea trout, more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2008-05-23
4:24 PM

Lack of baitfish makes fishing tough! - Windy weather conditions have been the norm for the last month or so and all of my charters have had to be worked around the wind. Due to the lack of bait and the heavy boat traffic on the weekends in North Biscayne Bay I have been taking my clients more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2008-05-21
1:00 PM

Snook, Goliath Groupers, Redfish, Tarpon Flamingo - Windy weather conditions have been the norm for the last month or so and all of my charters have had to be worked around the wind. Due to the lack of bait and the heavy boat traffic on the weekends in North Biscayne Bay I have been taking my clients more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Flamingo


2008-05-07
11:06 AM

Flamingo in the Spring - I had an interesting day on the water with angler Rodger. We were fishing Florida Bay in a deep channel with flats on both sides and we were casting 1/4 ounce Hook Up lures tipped with four inch Gulp shrimp. Not much ation was taking place along the more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Flamingo


2008-04-28
2:08 PM

Fishing in the bay out of Miami - It's been one trip after another for the last 10 days or so and finally I can sit down and catch up on my fishing reports. I had a lot of trips in Flamingo this past week and got to fish about every weather condition that you might see in the course more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2008-04-26
5:29 PM

Flamingo Fishing at it's Best! - It's been one trip after another for the last 10 days or so and finally I can sit down and catch up on my fishing reports. I had a lot of trips in Flamingo this past week and got to fish about every weather condition that you might see in the course more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Flamingo


2008-04-12
10:29 AM

South Florida Spring Inshore Fishing! - Fishing in North Biscayne Bay has started to heat up and with Spring upon us we are starting to see some signs of the Spring Migration taking place. Schools of small immature baitfish like glass minnows, threadfin herring, Spanish sardines and pilcha more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2008-03-29
9:14 PM

Father & Son catch their first Backcountry Slams. - Fished with father and son yesterday in Flamingo. The anglers were Steve and his 10 year old son Zach. Zach had never fished in Flamingo before but has fished in North Biscayne Bay many times in the past with me. Weather was beautiful. No rain and li more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Flamingo


2008-03-26
10:09 AM

Hot Fishing Action in South Florida - Been a busy month with Spring Break and the kids in town then charters everyday and Easter but somehow a fishing guide juggles family and business and still manage to stay in business. Started the month off by taking the family to Marathon for a s more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami

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