Jim Klug | Cuba
In many ways and for many years, fishing the waters of Cuba has been a maddening “dangling carrot” for a large number of American saltwater fly fishermen; a place that is seemingly so close geographically, yet so out of reach politically and with regards to access.
“Maybe next year” has become the mantra for eager American anglers. And the longer this isolated, failed experiment of tropical island communism has lasted, the higher go the expectations of anglers waiting for things to open up. Now – 52 years after sanctions and travel restrictions first took effect – things are closer than ever to finally opening, and the CW seems to say that once the November elections are finished here in the U.S., things may finally change.
Prepare for a NEW revolution, my friends, where the hammer and sickle are replaced by the 9 weight and a pair of flats boots.
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