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Strongest Cold Front of this Season Will bring Red Hot Fishing

Capt. Alan Sherman
November 28, 2018
Miami - Saltwater Fishing Report

The fishing in South Florida in Biscayne Bay, Offshore of Miami, in Flamingo in Everglades National Park and in some areas of our freshwater canal systems has been very good for rod bending action. Some real quality fish have made it into almost every daily catch. We are making pour catches using Rapala hard plastics, Hookup Lure jig heads tipped with soft plastics, live baits fished free lined, under a Cajun Thunder float and on the bottom with an egg sinker, leader and a Mustad Ultra Point short shank hook.

With the most recent cold front that just passed through South Florida our fishing should be even better!

The inshore protected waters of Biscayne Bay continue to produce fine catches of Spanish mackerel, bluefish, sea trout, jack crevalles, ladyfish, snapper, grouper, an assortment of jacks, barracudas and sharks. The fish are eating live pilchards caught with the help of a Humpback cast net. We have been live bait chumming and then either fishing the live baitfish on the surface or the bottom we have been able to keep the fish biting throughout the day. At times we have been throwing Rapala hard plastics and Hookup Lure jig heads tipped with a live baitfish or soft plastic and getting plenty strikes and fish. Catching over a dozen different species of fish in a day has been easy.

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The offshore fishing has been good for kingfish, Spanish mackerel, bluefish, a few dolphin fish, sailfish, blackfin tuna, bonito, sharks and barracudas. Because of the hot inshore bite there has been little need to venture offshore.

Fishing out of Flamingo in Everglades National Park was great for snook, redfish, sharks, tripletail and redfish and with the colder temperatures you can now add sheepshead, black drum, cobia, Spanish mackerel, bluefish and pompano to that list.

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If you enjoy freshwater fishing for largemouth bass and panfish then you can give that a shot in the canal systems of the Everglades Conservation Areas. The water levels are dropping and the fish are starting to move into many of these canals where we catch them on an assortment of Rapala hard plastics, soft plastics and imitation frogs.

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So what are you waiting for? The action is happening now! Best of all I have open dates. Just give me call and let's see what we can do.
Let's set it up today!
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Capt. Alan Sherman
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Former Field Editor South Florida Fishing Update Miami Herald
Field Editor Action Spotter Report South Region Florida Sportsman Magazine
Field Editor South Region Weekly Fishing Report Florida Sportsman Internet Site

Miami Fishing Forecast:

Miami Fishing Forecast:
Fall is here and the fishing in South Florida is about to explode. With water temperatures rising sea trout and snook will start their spawning seasons. Bigger fish and bigger numbers of fish! Spanish mackerel, bluefish and kingfish are heading north for the summer. As they pass the Miami area they always provide a months' worth of action. Big jack crevalles will be chasing baitfish schools in North Bay and big tarpon will be stealing baits intended for other fish. Offshore we will see kingfish and Spanish mackerel, bonitos, sailfish, dolphins and blackfin tuna feeding right alongside each other. In Flamingo in Everglades National Park we will see the return of all of the migratory birds as they fill the park and make unbelievable sunrise pictures. Fishing for snook, redfish, sheepshead, blackdrum, snapper, sea trout, jacks ladyfish, sharks, tripletail, cobia and more will be as e exciting light tackle fishing as one could wish for.

Target Species:

SNOOK, TARPON, SEA TROUT, REDFISH, TRIPLETAIL, COBIA, SNAPPER, GROUPER, MACKEREl, LARGEMOUTH BASS

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Capt. Alan Sherman is Coast Guard Licensed and Insured and specializes in No pressure calm water light tackle fishing in the prestine waters of North & South Biscayne Bay, Offshore and Flamingo in Everglades National Park from his 2005 22' Pathinfinder Bay Boat named "Get Em", powered by a 2006 Yamaha V MAX 200 hp outboard engine. The "Get Em" is loaded with all updated features and all fishing tackle is top of the line. The "Get Em" targets tarpon, snook, redfish, sharks, sea trout, dolphin,etc

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"Get Em" Sportfishing Charters
1286 NE 99th St.
Miami Shores, FL 33138
Phone: 786-436-2064
Alt. Phone: 305-757-5503
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