It is not often that such special rates come to us for Cuba, but we did just receive several. All of them are at prime locations, during prime time fishing. This means that weather patterns are more stable, the flats are typically warm and accommodating, and all species of the flats fish we love should be available. Please reach out immediately if you have interest. I would imagine that these will all go fast.



JARDINES de la REINA: May 12-19, 2018 aboard Avalon Fleet 2. Rate of $4766 per angler with a minimum of 6 in the group. Rates go up accordingly if fewer anglers participate. This rate is based on two anglers per skiff.

Jardines de La Reina is one of the most preserved marine habitats on earth. Guests will stay on AF2, the most luxurious of all the live-aboard accommodations in the Avalon Fleet. This time of year, JDR sees an influx of migratory Tarpon, and these will be a primary target for anglers. Bonefish, Permit, Jacks, Snapper and Cuba will also be available. Click the link for more details of JDR.....


ISLAND OF THE YOUTH (Isla de la Juventud). May 19-26, 2018. $4125 per person double occupancy based on a group of 12. Inquire for pricing for half boat with 6 anglers.

Island of the Youth is the largest of the many islands surrounding the Cuban mainland. As a fishery, it is one of the most renowned locations in the entire Caribbean for pursuing Tarpon. By late spring, migratory fish have arrived and inhabit flats, channels, lagoons and the nearby reef. All guest stay aboard the luxurious Avalon Fleet 1. Please click on the link for more details of Island of the Youth.....

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CAYO CRUZ June 9-16, 2018. $2999 per person based on double occupancy. 

Cayo Cruz is located on Cuba's north shore, at the eastern end of the Gardens of the King archipelago. Guests will stay on the beautiful resort island of Cayo Coco, in an all-inclusive resort, and travel to the marina at Cayo Cruz each day for their fishing. This is a highly touted fishery, especially for Permit and large Bonefish. This time of year, Tarpon also arrive to inhabit the many channels that divide the islands of this island chain. Click here to see more details regarding Cayo Cruz.....