It's the month of trevally in Cuba, their passages were guarantors of a lot of adrenaline and excitement. When we arrived, Philippe already had a big Trevally (Gallego) in hand, in full session of reanimation. The tide reached its lowest point and the inversion process has begun. Suddenly splashing water betraying their presence. They arriving, all Poppers, jigs were swimming, making as much noise as possible. I start the show with a small Jiguagua (Jack Cravel) as soon as it approached the edge, it was the best show I have seen. Travelly turning around the Jiguagua, jump on the surrounding poppers, big bubbles, as a dark arrow passing near our feet, missed, hook set problem, adrenaline up.
On this evening, we were four fishermen (Mathieu, Philippe, Gabriel and myself), I think our senses had never been so lively. Need to keep them close to us, when someone hung one, others returned. Even cuberas were in the game.