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Cuba. Famous for cigars, rum, mojito, ...? Not only this, but also for it's saltwater fly fishing!
The island in the Caribbean is not subject to strong fishing pressure due to the economic situation and this makes Cuba to one of the top destinations for fly fishing for Bonefish, Tarpon, Permit and other fish such as Barracuda, Snapper, Jacks, Snook, and much more.
The packages we can offer take our guests to the south and north of the island. There you will fish in an exclusive, limited access Marine Park.
We can offer you the destinations with different types of accommodation. If you travel with your partner or family, we recommend you the lodge-type hotels, which you will find in the destinations Cayo Cruz and Cayo Santa Maria in the north of Cuba, and Cayo Largo and the Isla de la Juventud in the south of the island. In the destinations of Jardines de la Reina and Isla de la Juventud in the south of Cuba, you have also the option of so-called live aboards. You stay here on comfortable mother ships directly in the fishing areas. You have the choice of following areas:
Cayo Largo offers guests fantastic fly fishing on flats that can be combined with family vacations. The fishing is mainly for Baby Tarpon, Permit and Bonefish. Cayo Largo is one of the destinations with great chances for a Grand Slam. Prime time is February to June. Guests are either accommodated in a resort, which makes Cayo Largo ideal for a combination of a family trip and a fishing trip. The other option is a liveaboard on a yacht.
Isla de la Juventud
The Isla de la Juventud is one of the top tarpon destinations in Cuba. You fish in deeper channels and flats as well as mangroves for fish up to 100 pounds. There are also flats for bonefishing and permit. The accommodation of the guests is offshore on two mother ships.
Jardines de la Reina
The Jardines de la Reina are a classic of fishing in Cuba. Fly fishing for all types of fish can be found here, and here too the Grand Slam is always possible. Accommodation in the “ Gardens of the Queen” takes place on floating lodges or mother ships. There are options for larger groups (up to 14 people), and more exclusive for smaller groups (4-8 people).
Cayo Cruz (Cayo Coco) is also a relatively new destination in Cuba. Commercial fishing is prohibited here, the fly fisherman has 366 square kilometers of exclusively fishable area. Many of the flats can be fished for big bonefish and permit wading (similar to Los Roques). The bones weigh over 10 pounds, the permit over 30 pounds. The fishermen can count on daily shots on permit.
Cayo Santa Maria
Cayo Santa Maria is like Cayo Cruz in the north of Cuba. Santa Maria is best known for its tarpon fishing, both on flats and in channels. Large bonefish await the guest.
The Zapata Peninsula in Cuba has been a biosphere reserve since 2000. In addition, the 1,670 square kilometer area has been a World Heritage Site since 2003. Accordingly, this part of Cuba is natural, and fishing for bonefish, permit and tarpon is world class.
From here you can start the morning on the flats, and in no other destination do you fish more than here (literally from morning to evening). Imagine sleeping close to a mangrove forest and being awakened by tropical birds ... Common to all are endless flats and seasoned guides.
Prime time in Cuba is from April-June due to the Giant Tarpon Migration. But also the shoulder seasons offer great fishing for bones, Pemrit etc.
Depends on season and destinations - from approx. USD 3,299
FFTC Voucher available - 100 USD off for FFTC Members / fisherman / booking
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Owner Carsten Dogs
22765 Hamburg / GERMANY