Recommended Gear for Paredon, Cuba

Paredón is well known for fly fishing, and it’s been on angler's radar for decades. Avalon has recently been authorized to manage their fly fishing operation. However, since this is inside the Jardines del Rey Marine Park, like all the other operations in Cuba, this destination will be under Marine Park management with the help of Blue Sanctuary Org. You'll experience superb saltwater fly-fishing for Tarpon, Permit, and Bonefish. Hard-bottomed flats bordering deep blue channels allow for great wade-fishing opportunities. Bonefish are numerous and big; there is a good population of Permit that cruise both the same flats as well as the slightly deeper water.

Paredón is located in the province of Ciego de Avila. It's a tiny island of only 8.7 km2 located in the middle of the Gardens of the King Archipelago. At the north is Cayo Coco City, and over it, is the Gardens of the King operation at Santa Maria Caye. To the south, Paredón is neighbors with Cayo Romano, the famous north coast Permit fishing area.