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Cayo Romano Cuba

January 27th – February 3rd, 2024

All-inclusive lodging very close to the skiffs. Perfect angler couples getaway!

Located on the north shore of the eastern province of Camaguey, the Cayo Romano fishery is an enormous system of flats, lagoons, and pristine estuaries. The fish are plentiful and aggressive. It is still pretty much untouched and has only seen anglers for three seasons!

Fly Fish Cuba

Fish for Bonefish, Permit, Tarpin, Mutton, Snappers, Jack Crevalle, Barracuda, and Shark off the shores of Puerto Rico. Perfect all-inclusive getaway for Angler couples!

7 nights 6 days guided – $7,400 per couple
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Fly Fish Baja Mexico

Travel to Baja Mexico for a one a kind all-inclusive fly fishing experience with Reel Baja. Trips to Magdalena Bay in San Carlos or Los Barriles in East Cape! Experience plentiful Tuna, Rooster, Dorado, and Blue Marlin

East Cape 5 nights 4 days – $3,400 per Angler
Magdalena Bay – $3,975 per Angler – mid October – early December

East Cape of Los Barriles, Mexico
May 24th-29th & July 22nd-27th, 2023

Enjoy a rich and unspoiled diverse fishing environment found nowhere else in the world. All-inclusive guided fly fishing trip that will leave you with new skills and a new passion for a unique and beautiful corner of the world.

Magdalena Bay in San Carlos, Mexico
Trips coming in 2023

Magdalena Bay is one of the best offshore fishing destinations that the world has to offer for offshore species such as striped marlin, dorado, yellowfin tuna, and wahoo; just to name a few!

Fly Fish Puerto Rico

One-of-a-kind fly fishing experience in a pop-up-style lodge. Catch Permit, Tarpon, Barracuda, and Snapper during the day and become immersed into Puerto Rican culture at night.

6 nights 5 days guided – $4,500 per Angler
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Boquerón, Puerto Rico
July 9th – 15th, 2023

“No Name Lodge” A “Pop up” style lodge primarily targeting Tarpon & Permit.

Guests can expect a fun and free-flowing program that consists of seldom-fished waters and nights full of island culture and cuisine. Focus on fishing;
Let No Name Lodge handle the rest!

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