The island of Cayo Largo rests between Jardines del la Reina and the Isle de Juvintad on the southern part of Cuba. Known as a solid big bonefish destination, the spring, summer, and fall can produce quality shots at permit, tarpon, and snook. Permit opportunities range from fish on rays to tailers in lagoons and white sand beaches. Tarpon typically resides in the lagoons and hard ocean shorelines in good numbers.
At only $3,900 per angler for 7 nights and 6 days at Cayo Largo, with a single skiff and a single room, this is a great price at an exciting destination. Valid for any angler traveling between January 4th and February 1st, 2020.
With the absence of commercial fishing and extremely low pressure, these flats species are unafraid to chase down and inhale your fly. We have seen hundreds of grand slams achieved in Cayo Largo in the past 15 years because the conservation efforts and rotational systems.