“97 Miles South – Key West To Cuba” New Review

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[…]

Fish Cuba Now! Support The Cuban People….Wahoo

      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[…]

Fish Cuba Now! Support The Cuban People….Hemingway Turns 25

      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[…]

Fish Cuba Now! Support The Cubn People…..Zapata School

One man’s War Felipe Rodriquez knows war. At 17 as a soldier in the Cuban army serving in Angola, he witnessed armed conflict first- hand. Today the 58 year old Cuban fishing guide is fighting another battle, one that is waged on two fronts, economic and environmental. Felipe’s front line is the pristine flats and Read more about Fish Cuba Now! Support The Cubn People…..Zapata School[…]

FISH CUBA NOW! Support The Cuban People….Guiding Cuba’s Youth

  Ruskin fisherman works to preserve Cuba’s environment Paul Guzzo, Times Staff Writer Tuesday, November 15, 2016 6:00am 505 505 Print   0 Ruskin’s Phil Thompson is helping to start a program in Cuba focused on teaching skills needed to protect nature and earn a living through eco-tourism to children living around the island’s Zapata Read more about FISH CUBA NOW! Support The Cuban People….Guiding Cuba’s Youth[…]

FISH CUBA NOW! Support The Cuban People….Kayak in Cuba

FISH CUBA NOW! Fish Cuba Now! is proud to offer Cuba’s first kayak fishing package. Utilizing the most up to date inflatables from Sea Eagle boats, Fish Cuba Now offers light tackle and fly fishing packages close to Havana. Fish Cuba Now, a pioneer in Cuban angling has put together an affordable, exciting, do it Read more about FISH CUBA NOW! Support The Cuban People….Kayak in Cuba[…]

Fish Cuba Now! Support The Cuban People – The Man Who Wouldn’t Let The Hemingway Die

    “We fight to keep this competition alive. The people of Cuba revere the memory of Ernest Hemingway. He is important to us. He is part of our history too.”- Commodore Jose Escrich. They call him “Commodore.” And, like an admiral on the bridge, Jose Escrich leads Cuba’s Club Nautico with the tautness of Read more about Fish Cuba Now! Support The Cuban People – The Man Who Wouldn’t Let The Hemingway Die[…]

Fish Cuba Now! Support the Cuban People – The Monster of Cojimar

Standing on the short cliffs of Cojima, Cuba – the village made famous by Hemingway, I remembered a story told to me by Gregorio Fuentes, Hemingway’s captain and friend…..he was one hundred two years old at the time.    It came in with the stream one November day, passing beneath Manolo’s skiff….seven meters in length Read more about Fish Cuba Now! Support the Cuban People – The Monster of Cojimar[…]

Fish Cuba Now! Support the Cuban People – Rio Hatiquanico

The River   It winds through the northern edge of the Zapata swamp, defining the border of the largest fresh water preserve in the Caribbean. A mere two hours southeast of Havana, Rio Natiquanico is an eighteen kilometer utopia for fishermen and a bird watcher’s paradise, characterizing the best of Cuba’s environmental wonders. Snook and tarpon Read more about Fish Cuba Now! Support the Cuban People – Rio Hatiquanico[…]

Fish Cuba Now! – Support the Cuban People…. Havana is a MUST SEE

        For first time travelers to Cuba, Havana is a must see.  Narrow stone streets separate magnificent architectural monuments in this former colonial capital…. it exudes old world charm. At night, except for the tropical aromas and reggaeton beat, it could well be Seville or any number of European enclaves. Take heart fishing junkies. Even Read more about Fish Cuba Now! – Support the Cuban People…. Havana is a MUST SEE[…]