Two weeks later, and I haven’t been to Cuba fishing….again. But there was a Labor Day weekend and we did have grandchildren around…….perfect reasons for a walk down to the Broadkill to wet a line. It was a good day of fishing, the sun was shining, it had finally cooled off, the kids were having a great time, I had slept in until about 8:30, and we didn’t get a bite. Still, it was as good as a day could be. Even if I’m not in Cuba fishing, there is no such thing as a bad day of fishing.
In the last post I left you with a list of GPS locations that I’ve been working with for the itinerary for a basser’s dream trip. Today I’ll fill in some of the blanks. As you undoubtedly suspected, there are several Cuba destinations.;-)
OK. I didn’t comment on every location above. I will in the future. Why are they important? Every one of them has produced several 20+ pound bass within the last 10 years.
To correct my 1950’s date range for the first bass stocking in Cuban waters, I should have written that this started in about 1915.
Lord grant me a travel license. I’ll buy my own ticket and Cuba fishing license!
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