Cuba Fly-fishing - La Salina's -- March 21 - March 28, 2020

Absolutley the best shallow water salt water fly-fishing I have experienced. Imagine 100,000 acres of wadeable flats just waiting for you and your guide to explore. Yes, you heard it right - no sharing a boat -- just you, the guide and the fish!

What is really crazy is that these dreamy flats are only part of the La Salinas fishing experience. One day is spent in the outer protective rim to the Salinas. It is called the bocas. This is tarpon, snook and much more in deep connecting channels right from the ocean to the reserve. 

Yes, wait there is more. Another day is spent on a tarpon river located about 1 hour from hotel. The tarpon are fro 4lbs to 80lbs and there is lots of them. I have been on a trip where one of my clients hooked and play 30 tarpon in one day. Average days are 6 to 12 hook ups. Still no better way to learn to land one of this leaping sliver maniacs of the caribbean.

...declared a Biosphere Reserve by the Cuban Government.

This National Park has controlled access. There is only one road into the park and the front gate to the park is policed. All visitors must sign in and out each day. Infact, only 10 rods per day are allowed to fish this incredible fishery. 

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