90 miles is the physical distance between Cuba and the US. Culturally, and in many ways from a fisheries management standpoint, the two countries are lightyears apart. WorldANGLING’s “90 Miles” explores the relationship between the Florida Keys and Cuba—from a flyfishing POV.
“Flats fishing for tarpon, bonefish, and permit is big business in the Florida Keys. Annually, these three species generate roughly $475 million in revenue in Monroe County, FL. This fact has been noticed by the Cuban government as they consider their own fishery and the nascent ecotourism industry that is taking shape there.”