Saltwater Fishing

By:  09-12-2011
Keywords: Fishing

Touched by the Gulf Stream – which Hemingway called “The Great Blue River” – and located on an extensive platform that’s rich in coral reefs and shallow warm waters, the Cuban archipelago brims with nutrients. These conditions result in great marine diversity, offering exiting year-round fishing opportunities.
Inshore destinations: Hatiguanico River Estuary, Salinas de Brito
Deep-sea fishing, following Hemingway’s Gulf Stream path, offers fantastic grand slam or super grand slam opportunities for blue marlin, black marlin, striped marlin, sailfish and swordfish. Or why not go on our dorado run? Choose onboard living or a stay in a fishing lodge.
Hagabama river estuary is located at south-central Cuba, close to the beatiful old colonial city of Trinidad; trophy-sized snook, with a high catch rate per journey
Estuary located south of Camagüey, with abundant population of baby tarpon and carangids.
Located in the cay area north of Santa Clara, the island lures enthusiasts with such game fishing species as tarpon, barracuda, jack, snapper and grouper. Beatiful lodge nestled on secluded mangrove forest and private beach.

Keywords: Fishing

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