By Capt. Alan Sherman
Miami - Saltwater Fishing Report 

Wind, Rain and Plenty of Fish in Biscayne Bay!

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! Hope your turkey day is great!

 

November 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 me in Biscayne Bay. That tells you it's either too rough out in the ocean or the Bay fishing is better than the offshore fishing. It has been that rough in the ocean and the Bay fishing has been pretty good as long as you are patient.

Inshore fishing in Biscayne bay has produced a mix of Spanish mackerel, small king mackerel, small jacks and a few large ones, bluerunners, bluefish and some nice size gag groupers that are attacking our live baits and Rapala #12 X Raps.


Flamingo fishing has been interesting as well. You can slowly see a change in the fishing in Flamingo. On recent trips we have had under slot snook, slot size redfish along with some small ones, ladyfish, jacks, tripletail and the first sheepshead of the year. I have been told that the mackerel, pompano, bluefish and cobias are out in the Gulf but on my last try at those fish we didn't catch any.

I haven't fished South Bay as of yet. Still waiting for water temperatures to drop a bit more.

Well that catches us up on my South Florida Fishing explorations this past week.

This is what South Florida, Get Em Sportfishibng Charters and I have to offer you! All you have to do is call, text or e-mail me and it's done.

I have open dates in my calendar so if you're interested in getting in on some hot fishing action give me a call at 786-436-2064 or drop me an e-mail at shermana@bellsouth.net. Let's set it up today!

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Check out my report in the Miami Herald's Sports section under Fishing Updates each Thursday, the Florida Sportsman Magazines South Florida Internet Fishing Report

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Miami Fishing Forecast:

Fall fishing is here and the fishing in Biscayne Bay, Offshore of Miami and in Flamingo in Everglades National Park will be red hot for the next four months. Look forward to catching SEA trout, JACK CREVALLES, LADYFISH, BARRACUDAS, SNOOK, TARPON, MACKEREL, BLUEFISH, POMPANO in NORTH BISCAYNE BAY, IN SOUTH BISCAYNE BAY GROUPER, SNAPPER, MACKEREL, COBIA, JACKS, SNOOK,POMPANO AND BLUEFISH and OFFSHORE of MIAMI, KINGFISH, BLACKFIN TUNA, MACKEREL, JACKS, BLUEFISH, COBIA, SAILFISH and DOLPHINS will be available on the calmer days and in FLAMINGO in EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK we always have a huge amount of Wildlife like the WHITE PELICANS, ROSEATTE SPOONBILLS, SKIMMER BIRDS,GULLS, OSPREYS, EAGLES, TERNS, EGRETS, HERONS, ALLIGATORS, CROCODILES, BOTTLE NOSED DOLPHINS, MANATTEES, SHARKS and TURTLES and of course the wide variety of fish that migrate into FLORIDA BAY and the GULF waters during the cooler months of the year.


Arizona Sportsment for Wildlife Conservation

Targeted Species

SNOOK, TARPON, SHARK, REDFISH, SEA trout, COBIA, DOLPHIN, SAILFISH, TUNA

 

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