Cuba Fishing Trip Options
1st class private house accommodations. Tour of old Havana, Hemingway’s house. Arrive on Friday and begin your adventure with Club Natico’s famous pig roast.
Rio Hatiquanico – snook, tarpon and big jacks. (fly or spin) La Salina – bonefish capital of Cuba, permit, muttons and snook. All new equipment, English speaking guides.
HAVANA AND COJIMAR
Offshore- marlin, tuna, wahoo, mahi.
Dive or snorkel pristine reefs in one of Cuba’s oldest aquatic preserves.
With more than a quarter century of fishing and diving experience in Cuban waters and four years of fresh research, Fish Cuba Now! offers angling and diving adventures to some of the most pristine locals on planet Earth.
After more than fifty years of travel restrictions, Cuba is now open to American fishermen, divers and snorkelers.
Traversing Cuba’s countryside, constantly searching for the best fishing holes and dive locals is not without difficulties. Inaccurate maps, a language barrier, and confusing regulations can confound and frustrate the visiting angler and diver.
Fish Cuba Now! was created to make fishing in Cuba an easy adventure to plan.
Email or call today for a personal consultation to design your Cuba adventure. email@example.com
Captain Phil Thompson
Capt. Phil Thompson
U.S.-Cuba Ecotourism Cooperation: Escuela de Manglar (The Mangrove School) Program A Fundraising Initiative of the Dirigo Marine Learning Center, Ocean Passages LLC Portland, Maine Ocean Passages educational voyages on board the schooner Harvey Gamage along Cuba’s southern coast is the opportunity to work with resourceful Cuban entrepreneurs who are shaping their country’s future – from Read more about 2018 “Year of the Mangrove School[…]
97 Miles South By: Captain Phil Thompson Reviewed by: Chris O’Byrne Fishing, travel, fishing, love, fishing, adventure, fishing, fighting bad guys, and fishing; 97 Miles South, by Captain Phil Thompson has all the ingredients of a great story. In this entertaining short novel, the American crew of a tournament fishing yacht cruises to Havana Harbor Read more about “97 Miles South – Key West To Cuba” New Review[…]
Wolfpacking Wahoo November and December is Wahoo time on the north shore of Cuba. Swimming a stone’s throw from the beach, this mass migration dominates CubaS North coast fishery. Fast, ferocious, excellent table fare, describe one of the swiftest and most sought after gamefish on planet Earth. In Cuba, these veracious eaters Read more about Fish Cuba Now! Support The Cuban People….Wahoo[…]
A crowing rooster roused me from sleep, not unusual in Key West, Florida. But when the pig grunted, welcoming the morning and I inhaled the aroma of last night’s Cohiba cigar lingering in the air it dawned, I’m a little farther south……a tad over ninety miles south to be exact, fifteen minutes west of Havana, Read more about Fish Cuba Now! Support The Cuban People……Havana, A Must See[…]
Club Natico Turns 25 If you’ve sailed, cruised or fished the waters of Cuba, chances are you’ve visited Marina Hemingway. Located nine miles west of Havana, the marina has been the primary nautical link to Cuba for the boating world. Built in 1958 by then President Batista, the marina lay unfinished until Read more about Fish Cuba Now! Support The Cuban People….Hemingway Turns 25[…]
Rumors Cuba is a rumor mill, especially when the buzz involves ex-president Fidel Castro Ruiz. One thing we know for sure…. the aging leader is an environmentalist. Castro – soon after the revolution – began replanting clear cut forest, experimenting with environmental friendly farming and launched a process which resulted in almost a quarter Read more about Fish Cuba Now! Support the Cuban People…Rumors from the Garden[…]
Come to the Garden A waning crescent moon hangs in a deep black sky sprinkled with stars. It’s quiet, very quiet, except for the rumble of distant thunder and the soft sounds of juvenile tarpon rising to breathe, rippling the mirrored surface of the mangrove lined lagoon. As Read more about Fish Cuba Now! Support The Cuban People….Come to the Garden[…]
Lit by the dawn sun, flocks of shimmering red flamingos huddle on sandbars dotting mangrove lined lagoons. Some defy gravity balanced on one spindly leg while others take flight in the early morning sky, their gangly silhouettes somewhat prehistoric in shape and size. I think to myself, this is a good thing. Read more about Fish Cuba Now! Support The Cuban People….Cayo Cruz[…]