NOOTKA ISLAND LODGE
WORLD CLASS SALMON, HALIBUT & BOTTOM FISHING!
Nootka Island Lodge on Nootka Sound is truly “Natural British Columbia”. Wildlife abounds and the scenery is breathtaking. The chance to battle Chinook (King) Salmon up to 60 pounds, or the fighting Coho (Silver) in excess of 15 pounds, awaits the ardent fisherman at Nootka Island Lodge.
There are plenty of Salmon - Chinook and Coho - ready to be hooked and caught in the serenity and seclusion of uncrowded fishing grounds - just a short commute, 1 to 5 miles. Although salmon is our specialty, there are also ling cod, rock cod and halibut.
Nootka Island Lodge sits amid the quiet virgin timber of cedars, spruce and firs and the calming waters of Nootka Sound in British Columbia, Canada. Our peaceful lodge offers comfortable rooms both single and double occupancy. The lodge accommodates up to 20 guests comfortably so we are an excellent choice for groups, family outings and retreats.
Whether you are fishing, dining, enjoying a favorite beverage or appetizer, sharing your day’s fishing adventure or just relaxing, you will always feel you are among close friends.
Dining is ‘Family-Style’ with individualized service from our attentive staff. We serve appetizers and complimentary beverages every evening. On the occasional cool evening, guests enjoy our natural stone fireplace located in the lounge. A great place to relax and share the triumphs of the day after a rewarding day of fishing!
We are the perfect spot for your British Columbia fishing trip. The serenity and seclusion of uncrowded Nootka Island Lodge on historic Nootka Sound, British Columbia, provides a paradise for fishing and other outdoor adventures. We were the first lodge on the island so it is a short commute from our docks to the rich fishing grounds - just 1 to 5 miles.
Whether it is your first trip to Canada or your twentieth, Nootka Island Lodge can provide a memorable experience you will cherish forever.
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
Food (Lunch & Snacks)
About this listing
Gradywhite (Saltwater fishing) originally built in 1998. Powered by 2 300HP Yamaha engines.