Feb 13th, 2020
Isla de la Juventud (Island of the Youth), is the largest island in the nearly 4000 islands that surround the Cuban mainland. The habitat here is pristine, and seldom visited, except for a few intrepid divers, lobster fisherman, and anglers in the know. With mangrove islands, tannin stained interior bays, and close proximity to the deeper water to the south, tarpon flourish near IDJ as juveniles, and return as adults during their migratory months. The “Baby Tarpon” that live in and around the mangroves range in size from 5-30 pounds, while the migratory fish will range from 40-120 pounds. The the peak months for large Tarpon are April, May and June, although there are some larger fish available here throughout the entire year.
We have a single spot that has opened up on a prime time week aboard the yacht Avalon Fleet 1. Do not delay if you’re interested in seeing this incredible fishery.
Dates: May 22 – 31, 2020
Rate: $8,200 per person – 1 spot left
Please give Dylan a call at 800.552.2729 for more information about Cuba