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Fishing in Cienaga de Zapata

Zapata´s Marshland is the largest swampy area in Cuba with about 300.000 hectares. 56% of this marshland is covered by forests and it is estimated that 900 species of flowers grow in the middle of a great biodiversity. The region has been declared Biosphere Reserve recently and it is a National Park. La Salina is a large saltwater lagoon which is home to an important population of bonefish, permit and barracuda. Hatiguanico river flows from a huge freshwater, clear spring. There are manatees, crocodiles and, for sport fishing, tarpon and snook.

Fishing in Cienaga de Zapata

Las Salinas de Brito

In it is area boats of plane funds they are used moved to lever. A boat for fisherman. Having in consideration the low-level of the waters in that area and that the boats move to lever. The species but significant that can be they are the Macabi, the Palometa and the Barracuda.

Hatiguanico River

Considered by many as the given Cuban "Amazons" their longitude and preservation, it is ideal for the ecoturismo especially for the fishing. In it is area boats they are used moved to motor. The nautical means in these areas will be assigned individually or shared for two fishermen in dependence of the readiness of the day. The Species but significant of the area they are the Bass and the Sábalo.

Treasure Lake

With almost 16 square Km of surface, 4 Km wide and 6 meters deep in the center, it constitutes our second biggest natural reservoir. Their stateliness and fauna wealth attracted from early times to the man, of its dark waters one of the biggest trout in the world was captured with 30 pounds of weight.

 
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