What do I bring?
You need only supply your food, choice of beverage, salt water fishing license* and appropriate clothing. We supply downriggers, rods, reels, tackle, bait, fish bags and rain gear.
Other useful items you may need:
What do I wear?
- a hat
- suitable clothing
- motion sickness pills (if required)
Dressing in layers is the best idea. What the weather is doing in town may differ from the fishing grounds. There is generally more wind on the water and weather patterns change quite frequently. Rain gear is provided for all guests.
How many fish can I catch?
At the present time the limit for salmon and halibut are 2 chinook salmon, 2 coho salmon and 2 halibut per person per day. The possession limit over a two day plus period is 4 chinook salmon, 4 coho salmon and 2 halibut per person. For peak sports fishing periods, see the chart above.
Booking your fishing trip between May and September will give you the best chance of getting your limits in Salmon and Halibut. We can do charters in the shoulder seasons, but the chances of catching your targeted species may be hampered by lack of fish, or poor weather. Regardless of the time of year, our mission and goal is to get you into the biggest and best fishing possible!
Are reservations necessary?
Charter reservations are highly recommended, especially during the high salmon and halibut fishing season of May, June, July, August and September. Reservations are a good idea for booking any charter throughout the year. It gives us ample time to be ready and prepared for your arrival, assuring that your salmon or halibut fishing trip is a successful and positive one. Many of our regular fishing clients book their dates 1 year to 6 months in advance to make sure they get their prime salmon and/or halibut fishing dates.
* You will require a B.C. Tidal Water Sports Fishing License. We can arrange for its purchase at a local outlet prior to departure (not included in Charter Rates).