My father always says a large part of his love for fly fishing derives from its ability to bring you to spectacular places that otherwise you may never see. An avid recreational fly fisherman, he has been introducing me to places over the last few years. Although not instantly enamored by the fishing part, I continued to go on the trips because I love to travel and spend time with my family. It wasn’t the idea of fly fishing for bonefish and tarpon that convinced me to go to Cuba; truthfully those fish meant nothing to me before June.

Rather, I was compelled by the prospects of walking through the streets of Old Havana and exploring Cuba’s treasure of a marine ecosystem. The protected marine ecosystem, Las Jardines de Reinas, lies 50 miles off the southern shore of Cuba. The...

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