No doubt, trying to figure out the best destination for you is the most difficult decision you will have to make when planning a fishing trip to Cuba. We can and will help you with this, and encourage you to call or e-mail us to discuss all of your options. However, there are several questions that we will ask you, and that will help you in determining which location is the best for you.
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What species of fish are you really wanting to pursue? For anglers new to saltwater, the answer to this question is usually "all of them." No problem. For more seasoned flats anglers, there might be one particular fish that turns their crank, from the elusive Permit to large Tarpon.
What time of year would you like to go? First of all, let's take the month of September out of the conversation. With this being the height of the hurricane season, it is generally not a recommended month. All other months of the year have good fishing, but the time of the year will effect both the available species as well as price. Generally speaking, mid-April through Mid-June are the most expensive months.
Do you have any requirements towards your fishing accommodations? This is a very important question. Some people want to only stay on land, while others want the feeling of adventure that goes along with staying aboard a boat. And, you might be fine with shared accommodations aboard a boat, while someone else would like a room to themselves. Do you want the best when it comes to comfort and amenities, or can you sacrifice some of those comforts in lieu of price?