Cuba has finally opened up its doors to American fishermen. Over the past fifteen years, we have traveled all over the world fishing both fresh and saltwater, and without a doubt this trip ranks as one of the best we have ever done. Much has been written about the pristine crystal clear waters surrounding Cuba, and after seeing it first hand this winter, it lived up to the hype.

Securing a week in “prime time” for Tarpon, Permit, and Bonefish is no easy feat. Not only did we manage to pull that off, but we also reserved the best boat in the Avalon fleet, the Avalon II. Avalon II has ten private rooms and three spacious decks that make for some comfortable living while you’re out on the water. Did I say we’ve also arranged for us to be fishing in Zone B, arguably the most productive location that time of year for migrating Tarpon and Permit?

One thing is for sure, next winter we’re sure to have plenty of snow and frigid temperatures. Imagine waking up and walking out on the deck of the Avalon to look over the flats were you’ll spend the day fishing. Each morning you meet with you guide to discuss the day’s adventure and figure out which species (Tarpon, Permit or Bonefish) you will be targeting. Our group will have exclusive rights to “Zone B,” meaning there is no need to rush to a flat or worry our area will be over-fished. When the day ends you will travel back to Avalon for a shower and a Mojito out on the deck right where you began your morning.

Book this trip now – call 978-318-0330.

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Cuba Permit 2017
Rosey Ange