I have had the pleasure of fishing with Paul Scott on the Bay of Quinte where we caught and released beautiful walleye and bass and I know he loves to fish.
Recently he took a trip to Cuba and stayed at Cayo Coco/Cayo Gualermo where he enjoyed the resort, food, drinks and relaxation, but also fishing. What many Canadians travelling to Cuba may not realize is that any resorts on the water also offer shoreline fishing. You can fish off bridges and causeways and even off the beach and especially off steeper-dropping shorelines where you can see shallow-water coral-heads. All these areas are hot-spots to catch a variety of snapper, grouper, barracuda and more.
Besides fishing from shore you can also hire one of the staff to take you out on a small boat or Hobby Cat where you can troll just off the beach and have a chance to catch bigger fish. Most lures work here for trolling. For shore fishing you’re better off taking some shrimp or calamari from the buffet and just fishing a hook and sinker on the bottom…you never know what you’re going to catch!