Cayo Largo Fishing

Cayo Largo is in the South Central region of the Cuban Archipelago, and it’s one of the last virtually untouched eco systems left on the planet. With 17 miles (27 Km) of fine white sand beaches, the surrounding ocean produces a spectacular kaleidoscope of colours. Cayo Largo offers anglers the perfect combination of great fishing for bonefish, permit, tarpon, cubera snapper and other flats species all from a comfortable land based operation.

The cays of Cayo Largo are uninhabited and apart from those that you fish with the only people you will see are a few commercial lobster fishermen. Cayo Largo is therefore an ideal habitat for bonefish, tarpon and permit. It is made up a series of cays, mangrove lagoons and flats that run for some 50 kilometres. The flats tend to be white sand interspersed with turtle grass ideal for those who want to wade. Around the cays are mangroves and the wading can be a little trickier, so fishing is primarily done from the boats. Most days you will have the option of either fishing from the skiff or wading. Through the flats and cays you find deeper channels that provide perfect areas for tarpon to feed on the bountiful shoals of sardines. When the tides are right you can see them move onto the flats providing great sport.

On the slightly deeper parts of the flats you will see schools of permit and you will feel the Grand Slam is seemingly moments away. There are some areas that have still not seen an angler or a fly, and part of the fun will be finding new and productive areas.

OFFER DETAILS
A special offer for people looking to travel between January 4th – 1st February 2020.

OFFER PRICE
US$3,900 for the week. This INCLUDES 7 nights stay – staying at the Hotel Sol Club – 6 days guided fishing (single skiff) – single room at the hotel – internal flights to/from Cayo Largo – transfers on arrival and departure in Cayo Largo – beverages while fishing on the skiff.

Rates do not include: International flights – Havana Hotels, gratuities – beverages other than the ones stated above – US$100 conservation fee per rod.

INTERESTED?
If you would like more information then please do not hesitate to contact Steffan Jones or Peter McLeod or call our office on +44(0)1980 847389.