For decades Cuba, locked away behind the US embargo, had a certain mystique among saltwater and bass fly fishers.
Every so often, a report would dribble back, from a fly fisher or two who had taken the “alternative” route. With the easing of restrictions, you can expect to see more of this.
From Art Webb:
“Cuba and the United States are separated by a mere 90 miles. But beyond a physical divide defined by distance, Cuba and the U.S. are separated by time. Six decades, to be exact. In many ways, growth and development in Cuba stopped the minute the U.S. embargo began. Cuba’s culture, its architecture and yes, its fishing, too — exist as if untouched by the passage of six decades. Come join Melissa and Art Webb as they experience a country like none other in this hemisphere.”
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