Tag Archives: fly-fishing travel

5 Things You Need to Know about Travel to Cuba

Written by: Sarah Thies, Manager of Orvis Travel


Cuba’s pristine flats, stunning fish, and experienced guides are still welcoming American visitors.

If you’ve been thinking about visiting Cuba, you’re probably aware that the federal government has just announced a new policy that features tougher restrictions on American travelers. This has . . .

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Wanna Catch Bonefish in Cuba with Tom Rosenbauer?


Written by: Phil Monahan

The bonefish flats of Cuba are pristine, and the fish are relatively unpressured.
Photos courtesy Orvis Travel

Expansive, rarely-fished saltwater flats. World-class bonefishing with shots at tarpon and permit. Delicious, home-cooked meals. Vibrant culture. Warm, welcoming people. Illuminating . . .

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Classic Tuesday Tips: 5 Things to Think About Before Leaving on a Fly-Fishing Trip

Written by: Kaitlin Groundwater, Madison Valley Ranch


Don’t let anything get between you and having a great time on your fly-fishing trip.
Photo courtesy Madison Valley Ranch

As a lifetime traveling fly angler, who now works in the fly-fishing travel industry, I have both experienced and observed several situations that can easily make or break a fly fishing. . .

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Tuesday Tips: 5 Things to Think About Before Embarking on a Fly-Fishing Trip

Written by: Kaitlin Groundwater, Madison Valley Ranch


Don’t let anything get between you and having a great time on your fly-fishing trip.
Photo courtesy Madison Valley Ranch

As a lifetime traveling fly angler, who now works in the fly-fishing travel industry, I have both experienced and observed several situations that can easily make or break a fly fishing. . .

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Pro Tip: Where to Take Your First Flats-Fishing Trip


Written by: Phil Monahan

A Grand Bahama Islandbonefish.

My younger brother recently asked me where he should go for his first flats-fishing trip. He’s a longtime trout, bass, and striper fisherman, but he’s never tried the tropics. As far as I’m concerned, this one’s a no-brainer: go to. . .

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