Jardines de la Reina, Cuba Bonefish Flat

I will be hosting a trip along with John Huber whom I work with to Jardines de la Reina, Cuba next February aboard the Avalon II. The Avalon II is a live aboard yacht that acts as a base camp in the middle of Jardines de la Reina, a marine archipelago of over 600 cays and in excess of 160 kilometers long located 60 miles off the south central coast. Other than Avalon guests, there are no other fisherman allowed to fish, including Cubans, in the entire marine protected area other than a couple of lobster fishermen. This is a special place for sure. Email: ndprice@cox.net for inquiries

Jardines de la Reina, Cuba. Bonefish Flat. Nick Anderson puts on the brakes as a bone takes his backing to the mangroves.