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  • Wind, Rain and Plenty of Fish in Biscayne Bay!

    Capt. Alan Sherman, Miami - Saltwater Fishing Report|Nov 15, 2013

    Our South Florida weather continues to be on the strange side. It's almost December and we still haven't seen temperatures dip below 60 degrees let alone 70. But that should change in a few days. A pretty good cold front has been predicted to move into South Florida by late tomorrow night and that weather change should spark some interesting fishing. Offshore waters have been too rough for me to try recently and on a few days I have had some of the offshore fishing captains fishing right next to... Full story

  • Early Hot Fall Fishing In South Florida!

    Capt. Alan Sherman, Miami - Saltwater Fishing Report|Sep 15, 2013

    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 comes to fishing and weather. And this has not been a good thing! Even though we have had some outstanding fishing adventures the weather has kept us at the dock and off the water more than usual. Almost every fishing guide has been eagerly waiting... Full story

  • Miami - Saltwater Fishing Report

    Capt. Alan Sherman|Aug 15, 2013

    What you will see below this paragraph is what the fishing and conditions were a week ago. All of that has changed!The past two days I had the opportunity to fish and dive alongside my son Zach who is back from his 60 days of work in Australia. Every two months he returns for 30 days and I try to get on the water with him as much as I can. On Thursday we headed out into Biscayne Bay around 10 AM and found many schools of bait that we were able to catch easily with my Lee Fisher nets. I was... Full story