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Fishing Reports by Capt. Alan Sherman


2013-10-23
5:55 PM

Lots of Redfish and Snook In Flamingo! - I just finished writing my Miami Herald and Florida Sportsman fishing reports and now I am getting ready for three days in North Biscayne Bay. I spent my last two days fishing two different groups in Flamingo. Before that I was in North Bay getting i more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2013-10-17
1:58 PM

Last two days of Fall Fishing! - Arnie n Mitch Fishing in South Florida Father and Son from Washington DC flew to Miami just to take advantage of the Fall Migration. In two days of fishing the guys caught mackerel, jacks, bluerunners, vermillion snappers, groupers, sea trout, ba more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2013-10-14
11:57 AM

Get in on The Fall Migration Now! - The Fall Migration Is On & the Mullet and smaller Baitfish Schools are Not Happy! It's the second week of October and big schools of mullet, pilchards, threadfin herring, Spanish sardines, ballyhoo and glass minnows have been moving down our coast more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2013-09-30
12:07 PM

Get in on the Fall Fishing! - If you haven't noticed there is a change in the air here in South Florida. Open the door first thing in the morning and you can't help but notice the coolness to the morning's air. Every serious South Florida fishermen immediately gets excited when t more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2013-09-16
12:13 PM

Early Hot Fall Fishing in South Florida! - South Florida is in a transition period as we move out of our summer pattern and into the beginnings of Fall. If you have been keeping up with my fishing reports you have noticed that this has been one of the weirdest summers in a long time when it c more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2013-08-21
3:10 PM

The South Florida Fishing Beat Goes On! - It almost sounds like a broken record. Rain, wind, hot temperatures and mediocrity fishing that leads to less charters than our South Florida fishing guides and captains have ever seen. That is what I keep hearing from my fellow guides and captains. more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2013-07-27
12:44 PM

Winds and rain but Great South Florida Fishing! - Wow it's almost the end of July already. This summer is really flying by. Here in South Florida as probably everywhere in the world the weather has not been as one might expect for summer. I for one look forward to the calm mornings that are a norm f more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2013-07-07
1:13 PM

Light Tackle South Florida Fishing - The summer fishing season is upon us here in South Florida and for me, my business Get Em Sportfishing Charters and for my working platform the Get Em my 22' Pathfinder Bay boat powered by my 250 hp SHO Yamaha four stroke outboard engine. I more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2013-06-13
11:21 AM

Summer Time and the Fishing is Great in Sunny South Florida! - Where does the time go! It has been a long time since I wrote a fishing report and it's not that I haven't been fishing it's because I have been so busy there just isn't time enough to write a report. Finally I have a few minutes to get you caught up more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Miami


2013-05-15
4:16 PM

Great Fishing in Flamingo - It's the end of April here in South Florida and you would think that summer was right around the corner but as of this writing our weather is a lot like March instead of the end of April. With few cold fronts coming through when they should of its li more...
Capt. Alan Sherman - Flamingo

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