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Is spearfishing allowed in Cuba?

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takeshi

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Hi,
I have been trying to find out if spearfishing is allowed in cuba. Does anyone know? I'm going in january, from pictures I've seen it looks wonderful, great visibility etc. If I could do some spearfishing it would be the best. Any info/experience on sperfishing in cuba would be greatly appreciated, like (if it is allowed) can you buy/rent guns, what species should one go for in january etc. Thanks beforehand
 

mishu1984

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its Cuba, and (no offense to any Cubans out there-im part latino too) like any south american/latin country, a few dollar bill will make anything allowed.
 

x-frog

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Cuba is the carribbean country with the more advance nature protection program, and have a lot marine national park where spearfishing is not allowed, but know of locals that spearfish for living).
A friend of mine went to Cuba, he's a marine photographer, and some locals took him to a remote area, spearfished some snappers to atrack "bullsharks" and take some pictures:duh
Be prepare to land some Groupers, Snapper and Hugfish.
 

neshamah

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hi

Hi

can you buy/rent guns, what species should one go for in january etc. Thanks beforehand


Go to matanzas - the versalles barrio and ask for el Gallego house -I do not know if he still alive but he make a good spearfishing gun--

hey I woul like you to take picture of matanzas bay- the beach of varadero ect--- and post it here

I
 

neshamah

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hola

I whis you can meet some spearfishing there -well the best play for you to meet them is matanzas where pipin use to spear-

but I like to see picture Ok

there is a place call Playa Larga is in matanzas - there is a 50 percent of visibiliy--
 

takeshi

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The el Gallego house sounds like good advice, as does matanzas. I'll make sure to go there and take some pictures. On my ever increasing list of stuff I would like to buy is a digital camera, so hopefully some nice pics of matanzas bay, groupers and snappers
 

neshamah

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hola

Hola takeshi if you go to matanzas are you planing to go to the hotel or would you rent a house?


I email my friend el gago- he rent a house bay of matanzas for a good price - the sea is behind his house- - from over there past the road that lead to varadero beach 30 miles and to havana 90 miles -or to the Bay of Pig- all this belong to matanzas - Im still waiting for my friend replay to see what he says - do you know pipin ? well the next house was where pipin used to lived--


maybe you can contact some spearo there
 
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