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What I got right about gear for Cuba

While I got a few things wrong, I did make some good decisions and had some of the right stuff with me. Flies: Having some of the super hair chartreuse flies for cudas was a really good call. I had enough Gotchas in different sizes that I could have fished for bones for another three [...]
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