Cuba, The Absolute Favorite!

Cuba is the absolute favourite of WEEVZ and its clients. For Fly Fishing for Bonefish, Tarpon and Permit Cuba is “the best of the best“ of the entire Caribbean and that’s the reason WEEVZ promotes these destinations heavily. Most of the saltwater repeat bookings are for Cuba. Some clients book 9 – 12 months ahead just to be sure they have a spot. Please email us and we will book you at the greatest saltwater fly fishing destinations of the Caribbean. Please note that we do not offer day 1/2 or full days trips to these destinations. Cayo Largo, Isla Joventud, Jardines de la Reina, Cayo Santa Marias offer weekly packages only, For Las Salinas however we can offer 4 nigths / 3 fishing days.
CUBA DISCLAIMER : Weevz complies with OFAC regulations

Entry Requirements: Valid Passport and Cuban Visa

Language: Spanish

Capital: Havana

Cayo Cruz

Located in Jardines del Rey, commercial fishing within this designated area is strictly forbidden and rigorously enforced by the Cuban Government. The designated sport fish only area is 366 square kilometers in size, meaning that on the average day, each skiff has over 50 square kilometers to itself.

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Cayo Largo

Cayo Largo is easy to reach, just 30 minutes from Havana, This island has beautiful beaches and is surrounded by many cays, better known as the Canneras Archipel. Cayo Largo offers Grand Slam fly fishing for BIG Bonefish, BIG Tarpon, BIG Permit, Snook, Jacks and Barracuda within 5 minutes of the docks.

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Isla De La Juventud

The fishing area of Isla Juventud is really huge and covered with large white flats and some of them are mixed with coral and turtle grass. You are inside a marine park, and all the surrounding cays and lagoons offer very good fishing.

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Jardines De La Reina

The best locations in Cuba to consistently find permit are in Cayo Largo and Jardines de la Reina. Both of these locations are 60-80 miles offshore, along Cubas Southern Coast. The optimal times to fish for permit in Cuba are between March and July, as well as in the month of November, when the tides are high.

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