Fish Cuba Now! A call to action.

400dpiLogo“Support the Cuban People” program allows legal travel to the recently opened island’s aquatic wonders. By providing educational support for our captains and staff, we are helping usher in a new era of angling in Cuba.
“This is exactly what the president’s new policy of engaging Cuba is all about,” said Dr. Jeffrey Boutwell, board member with the Latin America Working Group Education Fund in Washington, D.C. “Mr. Thompson’s program is providing and empowering the Cuban society in a non-governmental way by providing resources and expertise that can benefit the local Cuban economy.”

Nov. 14th-17th fishing and diving – Cayo Levisa
Nov. 17th

John presents Rafeal with a spinner for his young son.

John presents Rafeal with a spinner for his young son.

30 Plus boat fleet arrives at Marina Hemingway from Key West.
Nov. 20th – Maria la Gorda, one of the top five dive sites in the world.
Nov.23rd-28th Wahoo tournament Marina Hemingway.
Dec. 1st-5th Tarpon and snook river fishing, Las Salenas Bonefish
Jan.31st, 2016 – Isle de la Juventud – Cuba’s largest out island on the “Backside of Paradise.”
3 day and week-long land based fishing trips starting at only $2200.
Feb.21st-28th – Cayo Santa Maria – Garden of the King.
“It’s clear this is a big bone & permit destination, we had a collective 25 plus shots at permit and saw at least half a dozen 8 pound plus bonefish….” Dave Baum Garden of the King – 2015

Fly direct and save.

Join me for what will be an unforgettable travel experiences and angling adventures.
Capt Phil Thompson
Fish Cuba Now does not charge a fee to travel under our Support the Cuban People umbrella. We ask only that you bring as much medicine and vitamins as you can.
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