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Contenido Content 18 2018 IGFA Fishing Hall of Fame Inductees.

42 Untamed Angling’s Jungle Fly Fishing Adventure.

104 VARADERO, Matanzas. 138 Miami: One of the best cities for international investment.

158 Markets of the World

Seattle’s Pike Place Market.

188 When the Fishing’s slow… there’s football.

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IGFA Fishing Hall of Fame Inductees Dr. Martin Arรณstegui

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r. Martin (Marty) Arostegui was born in Cuba in 1946 and has been fishing since the age of three. As a young boy, Marty and his childhood friends would frequently fish and spearfish off Havana’s famed Malecon, much to the worry of his parents. In 1960 Arostegui’s life changed forever when his family immigrated to the United State following the Cuban the Revolution. Settling in Miami, Marty instantly fell in love with the world-class fishing opportunities available in South Florida. The great grandson of famed Cuban doctor Carlos Finlay, Marty chose to follow in his grandfather’s footsteps when he enrolled in the University of Miami to study Medicine. After graduating with his medical degree Marty had a long and illustrious medical career, which included numerous senior positions at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Miami. Marty also served as Chief Operating Officer and a Director of InPhyNet Medical Management, a publicly traded corporation. In 1997, Arostegui sold his share of InPhyNet and retired from medicine. He then a purchase a 35-food Cabo Express, which he aptly named Timely Sale. In the early 1990s, Marty began fishing with famed flats guide Bill Curtis. According to Arostegui, “The first time Bill Curtis put a fly rod in my hand, my life changed forever.” Curtis urged Marty to join the venerable Miami Rod and Reel Club, which launched Marty’s competitive angling career. In just six years, Arostegui attained the status of Gold Rod Master Angler, a feat only five other individuals accomplished in the club’s storied history. He also work a frequent competitor in the Metropolitan South Florida Fishing Tournament (MET) and is one of three people to qualify for the MET Hall of Fame. Marty is probable best known for his passion for chasing IGFA World Records. His first two World records were tripletail caught on fly in Flamingo, Florida, in 1994. Literally hundreds more records were to follow in the years ahead. In 2004 Marty became the third person in history to attain 100 IGFA World Records. Since that time, he has achieved over 400 world records more than any other angler in the world. Arostegui approach to record seeking is highly analytical and he’s spent countless hours researching species, locations and techniques to achieve his incredible body of world records. Marty share his passion for record hunting with his family and his son Martini SOL & MAR MAGAZINE

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and wife Roberta each have over 100 world records to their credit. Of all Marty’s angling exploits, becoming the first person in history to accomplish the coveted IGFA Billfish Royal Slam using fly tackle is perhaps his crowning angling achievement. In addition to being a skilled angler, Martin is an ardent conservationist having witnessed firsthand the decline of the fisheries around his home in south Florida. His desire to conserve game fish and his considerable angling accomplishments le to Marty’s appointment to the IGFA Board of Trustees in 2012. He has been a strong proponent for the use of circle hooks and has authored numerous articles in English and Spanish on how they can be used to the benefit of anglers and fish alike. A frequent lecturer, he not only shares his extensive fishing knowledge with others, but also extolls the importance of the conservation and the natural history of some of his favorite fishing locations. For his extraordinary angling achievements and untiring efforts to promote fisheries conservation, the IGFA Fishing Hall of Fame welcomes Dr. Marty Arostegui.

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UNTAMED ANGLING’S JUNGLE FLY FISHING ADVENTURE By Pat Ford

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e flew 530 miles north of Manaus into the heart of the Amazon Jungle to the Kayapo village of Kendjam. The native Indians that greeted us still painted their bodies with a fruit based ink that was not only decorative but also protected them from mosquitoes. Absent air travel, Kendjam is a 15 day trip to the nearest town and the Kayapo today are one of the most remote tribes that can be safely visited by anglers. Located on the Iriri River it is the gateway to some fantastic fishing.

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Untamed Angling founders Marcello Perez and Rodrigo Sallas have established several remote fishing lodges by negotiating with native Indian tribes to bring in anglers from around the world who would pay the tribe a fee for the honor of entering their territory and embarking on a one week, fly fishing, catch and release expedition. This unique concept turned out to be beneficial to all parties. Kendjam lodge was built 25 miles down stream from the village and was constructed out of all local woods and materials. It is basically a wood frame housing very comfortable tents for the anglers. Fishing is done out of aluminum boats powered by long shaft mud motors designed to operate in very shallow water. The boats are continually being dragged thru shallow spots, over rocks and up waterfalls to get to the most remote fishing areas imaginable. Just the ride up the river is an experience few will ever forget. The fishing is done with 6 or 7 weight fly rods and is mostly casting 4” baitfish pattern streamers to shorelines, rocks and eddies. The most common catches are peacock bass which run up to 12 lbs and are great sport of the light fly rods. Mixed in with the peacocks are Bicuda, a small pike-like creature that grows to around 30 inches. It will stike most anything and jumps frequently. Perhaps the best catch of the shoreline targets id the Matrinxa. It looks like a shiner on steroids and puts up a strong fight for it’s size. It’s runs are powerful and it jumps repeatedly, but it’s hard to hook. It’s trademark is striking the fly as soon as it hits the water. There are several species of pacu on the Iriri. The smaller ones can be seen along bushy shorelines literally jumping out of the water to eat leaves. They also slurp bugs off the surface on a regular basis. Big leggy foram bodied dry flies work bestif you like surface action, but the bigger pacy hang out in the fast moving water and seem to have the same feeding patterns as trout. They too respond to dry flies but the best way to catch them is on an olive green woolybugger fished nymphing style thru fast water. Even the big pacu aren’t very big, but they make strong runs and jump. It’s amusing to see a fish shaped like a dinner plate completely clear the water. The pacu are great fun on a 6 weight fly rod. The top predator on the Iriri is the wolfish…a nasty looking thing that hasn’t changed

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since the dinosaurs were around. They live next to rocks, under ledges and around sunken debris. On several occasions we had wolfish attack peacock bass we were fighting. The Indians could spot them around creek mouths and they were easily fooled by a big black streamer with lead eves. The trick was to bounce the fly slowly along the bottom close to the spot where the wolfish was suspected to be hiding. Nine times out of ten it would swim right out and nail the fly. The general rule seemed to be that if you could see the wolfish, you could catch it. They also responded to big loud poppers. They were the biggest catch at Kendjam…some reaching 20 lbs. There are a lot of big piranha in the Iriri and they are well worth targeting. They hang out in the deeper pools and anytime a hooked peacock bass ventured out too far from the shallows, the piranha were on it. We had several nice peacocks converted to ‘lunch’ by piranha attacks. A large white fly with lead eyes fished deep in the pools usually resulted in a piranha. A wire leader helped and many flies were lost unintentionally to their teeth. Kendjam is a pure fly fishing experience. The fish do not get very big and most everything can be caught on a six weight rod and floating line. Some anglers find casting 4-5 inch streamers easier on a 7 weight but that’s a personal preference. If you want to throw big poppers for the wolfish and bigger peacocks, you might need an eight weight. There’s a lot of wading involved and felt sole boots are a necessity along with a wading staff if you are anything close to my age. The food is excellent and the scenery is mesmerizing …you are fishing in an area that is unchanged from the dawn of time. it is truly a ‘bucket list’ adventure. For more info check out untamedangling.com

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aradero, is the most beautiful of Cuban beaches and one of the most important destinations in the Caribbean. Its total area is 14.4 square kilometers, with an approximate length of 13 miles of beach and an average width of sand strip of 24 yards. The transparency of its waters, the blue tones of the sea, its white and fine sands, its warm climate, its vegetation and natural landscapes, make it an unforgettable seaside resort. It is located just 140 km from the City of Havana, 2 hours from Bay of Pigs (Zapata Peninsula), the largest wetland in the Caribbean and very close to Cárdenas and Matanzas cities. Matanzas province is the second largest in terms of length, its relief is rather rugged with hills that create a mountainous landscape of surpassing beauty. The natural charms attract the traveler, as it has the largest corridor of migratory birds, in addition to a wide endemic flora and fauna. The average annual temperature of Matanzas is 24°C, so the “City of Bridges” enjoys an excellent climate all year round. This is a city full of history, heritage and cultural values where the foreign visitor finds unique novelties in the destination.

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Miami: M

One of the best cities for international investment

iami has grown considerably in the Real Estate market not only for its incredible collection of waterfront properties but its shopping and nightlife. Foreign investors spent nearly $7.1 billion on South Florida homes last year where the leading countries were Argentina, Venezuela, Canada, Colombia and Brazil. According with the Miami Association of Realtors, here are some of the reasons why to visit and invest in Miami: • The city is a top Market for International Buyers in Florida. It is the top state in the U.S. and Miami is the top market for international buyers. • Miami is the only major city in the United States bordered by two national parks The Everglades National Park and the Biscayne National Park on the East.

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• It is the Most International City in the United States with nearly 50% of population is foreign born and speak over 100 languages • It has a desirable Weather being the only major “subtropical” city in continental U.S. with average temp. 75 ºF / 23 ºC • The city has one of the most beautiful beaches with 84 miles of Atlantic Ocean coastline and 67 square miles of inland waterways and more than 15 miles of world-famous beaches. • The city is famous for its fabulous nightlife in places like Ocean Drive, Lincoln Road and a variety of top restaurants, night clubs, bars etc. • In the entertainment industry, there are major fashion centers. Most of the top modeling agencies in the world, Fashion Week and more than 2,400 motion


picture and video businesses • In regard to Commercial and Investment Real Estate, vacancy rates for all commercial sectors in Miami are below the national average; retail and multifamily are outperforming most major markets in the U.S • The city is a Global Business Center for business, finance, commerce, media, entertainment, arts and international trade and it is also home to nearly 1,200 multinational companies from 56 nations. There are more than 100 international consulates, trade offices and bi-national chambers of commerce

For all those reasons, Miami will continue to be a top destination not only for tourists but also for investors. Whether you are considering investing in Downtown Miami, Miami Beach, Coral Gables, Brickell, the Miami real estate market is doing exceptionally well. There is always a real potential to make it big, right under the sun. Therefore if you need more information on how to invest in Miami, I will be more than happy to help you!

Tury CĂŠspedes MBA, Realtor Associate

Century 21 Dorar Realty, Miami, Florida

Pricing Strategy Advisor Certified (PSA) Member of the Luxury Homes Institute

Cell: (305)-878-5442 Tury0606@yahoo.com

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MARKETS OF THE WORLD SEATTLE’S PIKE PLACE MARKET By Dr. Martin Aróstegui

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he Pike Place market in Seattle Washington is one of the oldest farmer’s markets in the US. The market was created in 1907 and over the years became a great place to buy locally grown produce and locally caught fish and seafood. This market has also become one of Seattle’s main tourist attractions. The market also offers a large variety of restaurants, specialty shops, antique shops and many arts and crafts. I visited Pike’s Place for the first time more than 20 years ago and was impressed by the fish market. When a costumer orders a salmon, the employees behind the counter select a fish and throw it in the air clear across the shop where another employee catches it in the air and proceeds to prepare it for the costumer. This ritual attracts many tourists to the fish market. I recently visited Pike’s Place again and was happy to see that this tradition is still carried out at the fish market. Pikes Place market should definitely be on your list if you visit Seattle. These days’ more than 10 million people visit the market every year. The market is Seattle’s most popular tourist attraction.

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MERCADOS DEL MUNDO MERCADO DE PIKE PLACE EN SEATTLE Por Dr. Martin Arรณstegui

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l mercado de Pike Place en Seattle Washington es uno de los mercados de agricultores más antiguos de los EE. UU. Este mercado fue creado en 1907 y con el transcurso de los años se convirtió en un gran lugar para comprar productos cultivados localmente, así como pescados y mariscos capturados localmente. Este mercado también se ha convertido en una de las principales atracciones turísticas de Seattle, porque posee una gran variedad de restaurantes, tiendas especializadas y de antigüedades, asi como muchas obras de artes y artesanías. Visité Pike’s Place por primera vez hace más de 20 años y quedé impresionado por el mercado de pescado. Cuando un cliente ordena un salmón, los empleados detrás del mostrador seleccionan un pescado y lo arrojan al aire libre a través de la tienda donde otro empleado lo recoge en el aire y procede a prepararlo para el cliente. Esta costumbre pintoresca atrae a muchos turistas al mercado de pescado. Hace poco visité Pike’s Place y me alegré de ver que esta tradición todavía se lleva a cabo en el mercado de pescado. Si usted visita Seattle, este mercado debe estar en su lista favorita. En la actualidad, más de 10 millones de personas visitan este mercado cada año, porque es la atracción turística más popular de Seattle.

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WHEN THE FISHING’S SLOW…THERE’S FOOTBALL By Pat Ford

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n the Fall there’s a period when the calm days of summer fade into the winds of October. The summer fish patterns have gone and the baitfish are moving south, but the winter fish haven’t caught up with them yet. The winds are just enough to make the seas unpleasant but the cold fronts that are needed to push the fish south haven’t materialized. This is the time when Saturdays have anglers looking towards football…especially the University of Miami’s Hurricanes. This year the ‘Canes are ranked nationally and Coach Mark Richt has them improving every week. When in-state rival Florida State came to town, the Canes were faced with the fact that it had been 14 years since they defeated FSU at home….actually it was Sept 10, 2004. Their 2018 match-up was set to be a classic even before kick-off and it exceeded all expectations. It was going to be the first real test for quarterback N’Kosi Perry (#5) and he (along with some help from the defense) put together a second half that brought the Canes roaring back from a 20-7 deficit at halftime to a spectacular 28-27 victory. If you can’t go fishing, you need to be at Hard Rock Stadium watching some first class Miami football.

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Sol y Mar Magazine Edición 52  

Sol y Mar Magazine es la primera y única revista digital bilingüe en el mundo que incluye turismo, pesca, propiedades frente al mar e indust...

Sol y Mar Magazine Edición 52  

Sol y Mar Magazine es la primera y única revista digital bilingüe en el mundo que incluye turismo, pesca, propiedades frente al mar e indust...

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