Are you interested in joining an upcoming group trip to Cuba? We currently have multiple excellent opportunities to fish Cuba during peak season this spring.
Single traveling anglers will receive 50% off the single skiff supplement fee ($1,500 USD).
A fishery that has become known as the permit capital of Cuba! Situated in the south-central region of the Cuban Archipelago, Cayo Largo (“Long Key”) is one of the finest permit fishing destinations that we have found anywhere in the Caribbean. The island itself offers 17 miles of picture-perfect, white sandy beaches. Upon arrival, you will be surprised to find a natural flats environment that has remained totally unchanged and largely untouched for hundreds of years.
MAY 14 – 21, 2022: 8 rods
MAY 28 – JUNE 04, 2022: 4 rods
ISLA DE LA JUVENTUD:
Originally called the Isle of Pines (“Isla de Pinos”) until it was renamed in 1978, Isla de la Juventud (“Island of Youth”) is the second-largest Cuban island and the seventh-largest island in the West Indies (the main island of Cuba included). The capital and largest city are Nueva Gerona on the north side of the island. Most anglers head to Isla de la Juventud for the world-class tarpon fishing, which is without a doubt some of the finest found anywhere in the Caribbean. This area is home to great numbers of tarpon, and while the spring and summer months typically see the most consistent action and largest numbers of tarpon, there are fish here throughout the year.
APRIL 30 – MAY 07, 2022: 6 rods
MAY 14 – 21, 2022: 12 rods