Fishing in Cuba - Please fill out form below for a quote.
Fishing in Cuba offers Anglers an excellent opportunity to catch a grand slam: landing a bonefish, tarpon and permit in the same day. Add a snook to the trio for a Super Slam. In Cuba, your odds of accomplishing this have never been better. Dozens of fishermen per year complete the Grand Slam and Super Slam in Cuba. The fishing is good year round. Lodging options include luxury yachts, floating hotel, luxury hotels, or basic hotels. Cuba Travel USA also offers bill fishing trips out of Havana for blue marlin, sailfish, and white marlin.
There are numerous locations to select from whether you are looking to go fly fishing, spinning, or bay fishing. Some of the best fly fishing in the world can be found at Jardines de la Reina, Cayo Largo, Isla de Juventud, and the relatively new Cayo Cruz. Spinning is permitted in Jardines de la Reina, but not in the other flat fishing areas.
Avalon Fleet I - Jardines de la Reina - Luxury Yacht
Georgina - Isla de Juventud
The Tortuga (floating hotel), the Halcon, and Caballones.
The third operation is the Tortuga, a floating hotel located in the Bay of Anna Maria. The facility will house up to 30 fishermen or scuba divers. This is the area that we opened with American fishermen in 1980. Many Americans know it as the Last Paradise Keys. Canadians know it as the Garden of the Queens and officially is is Jardines de la Reina. The boats are excellent as is the food and the Italian managers are lots of fun. Expect to pay at least $3500 per person for a week long trip plus the cost of getting to the city of Jucaro, Ciego de Avila.
|The island of Cuba is about 780 miles long and there are at least 10,000 small islands and keys just offshore. Those are the kinds of places the bonefish, permit, tarpon, and snook, call home.|
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