All fishing charters are fully guided. All the fishing gear and bait is supplied that is needed to go fishing. All guests that want to fish must obtain their Tidal Water Fishing License with the Salmon Conservation Stamp if they wish to retain their catch. Licenses can be obtained online at https://www.pac.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/fm-gp/rec/licence-permis/index-eng.html The only thing you need to bring is something to eat and drink and appropriate weather related clothing. Your catch will be cleaned and bagged for you at the end of the trip. Depending on the time of year, crab and/or prawn traps can be dropped to enhance your fishing day.
Half day charters are six hours in length and usually considered dock to dock. However, on those special days I will “stay on the salmon” if no one is pressed for time at no extra charge to my valued guests. On a half day charter, we can be on the local fishing hot spots within 20 minutes of leaving the dock.
The 8 and 10 hour charters are the most popular. The extra time on the water is used to go further abound which at times is required to go to the “hot spots.” Salmon move and so do we! For example, during May, June and early July we run across the Georgia Strait to the Gulf Islands to target the salmon as well as Ling Cod and a variety of Rock Cod.