Fishing in Cuba
It seems like everyone is talking about Cuba, and for good reason. It is an excellent fishery worth experiencing sooner rather than later. A trip to Cuba has become an annual thing for us. In 2012 we’ll be there for one week in April and one week in late June. Unfortunately the June trip is full. However, our April 13-20, 2012 trip does have 3 rods available.
We will be on the La Perola yacht, fishing the Canarreos Archipelago which runs between Isla de Juventude and Cayo Largo. We’ll be fishing about 80 miles of keys, packed with pristine flats, all impeccable Tarpon and Permit habitat. Late April is the peak of the Tarpon and Permit season so we know we’ll have multiple chances daily to get a Grand or even Super Grand Slam. Great weather should also accompany us in April.
If you have fished in Mexico, Florida or Belize, don’t deny yourself a trip to Cuba. It is safe, easy to get to and every bit as awesome as you’ve heard. So what are you waiting for? If you want to skip the guess work then join us in April. This is the destination to experience before the monthly number of foreign visitors wearing bright white tennis shoes grows from 100’s to 1000’s.