Where: Cayo Largo, Cuba - Hosted by Trouts Fly Fishing
When: June 9-16, 2018
Price: $7,210.00 per person (based on double occupancy)
Join Tucker Ladd, Owner of Trouts Fly Fishing and Yellow Dog Flyfishing Authorized Representative and Partner, on a hosted trip to Cayo Largo, Cuba for a week of fishing for bonefish, permit, tarpon, snook and other marine species. After a successful visit to Cayo Largo in 2017, Tucker jumped at the chance to book a prime week in 2018 before they were gone. With accommodations at Villa Marinera (located a short walk from the marina), this should make for a relaxed and fun week with an expert of all things fishing, both salt and freshwater.
The fishery surrounding Cayo Largo has become known as the permit capital of Cuba! Situated in the south-central region of the Cuban Archipelago, Cayo Largo ("Long Key") is one of the finest permit fishing destinations that we have found anywhere in the Caribbean. The island itself offers 17 miles of picture-perfect, white sandy beaches. Upon arrival, you will be surprised to find a natural flats environment that has remained totally unchanged and largely untouched for hundreds of years. The incredible Cayo Largo fishery came under the management of Avalon Fishing Center in 2008 and has since developed into a fantastic permit and bonefish destination (with some tarpon in the area as well). The fishing season runs from November through August. The beginning of the season from November to January is very good, with plenty of bonefish (especially big ones) on the flats and permit found in strong numbers. Fishing for tarpon and other species can also be good. Peak fishing season is from February to June, when all species are present in the area. The typical package to Cayo Largo is seven (7) nights / six (6) fishing days. Additional days in Havana or on other parts of the island can be arranged and itineraries can be customized.
Interested parties should contact Tucker Ladd at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone (303) 733-1434.