Hemingway records may provide data on Cuba’s gamefish

THE fishing records of writer Ernest Hemingway may be used to provide some valuable insight into Cuba’s gamefish populations.   

According to the Sydney Morning Herald a team of US researchers, along with John and Patrick Hemingway, grandsons of the famous author, are currently on a tour of Cuba to encourage closer ties between the two countries.

They had hoped to gain access to Hemingway’s detailed fishing logs, which scientists see as a potentially valuable source of knowledge about the Cojimar area’s predatory game fish populations.

And while Cuba’s National Cultural Heritage Council refused access to the closely guarded writings, they stated they “will work to let researchers see them eventually.”

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