Ucluelet Fishing Charters

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Frequently Asked Questions about Fishing Charters in Ucluelet

According to customer reviews, some of the most popular fishing charters in Ucluelet, British Columbia are: Full list of top fishing charters in Ucluelet

The average price for a private 4 hour Ucluelet fishing trip is US $466, while an 8 hour private trip will cost you US $1,116 based on prices on FishingBooker.com.

Fishing charters in Ucluelet that received great reviews from families are:

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Many fishing charters in Ucluelet provide rods, reels and tackle. Some of the top rated are:

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Some of the fishing trips offered by fishing charters in Ucluelet are:
  • Extended fishing trips – US $5,245
  • 1-hour fishing trips – US $105
  • 2-hour fishing trips – US $210
  • 3-hour fishing trips – US $377
  • 4-hour fishing trips – US $754
  • 5-hour fishing trips – US $1,024
  • 6-hour fishing trips – US $1,009
  • 8-hour fishing trips – US $1,329
  • 10-hour fishing trips – US $1,563

Fishing in Ucluelet

You’re sure to become a Ucluelet fishing fanatic the moment you hook into your first fish here—and that won’t take long. Famous for some of the best Salmon and Halibut fishing on Vancouver Island, if not all of British Columbia, this destination keeps anglers coming back for more. “Ukee’s” small town charm and hospitality will make you feel right at home, while your time on the water will change everything you thought you knew about sportfishing.

Known For

Browse through a few Ucluelet fishing charters and you’ll see that everyone who comes here is looking for the same thing: unbeatable Halibut and Salmon fishing.

The resident Chinook Salmon population combined with annual migrations of more Salmon from Washington, Oregon, and California make for an abundant fishery. You can catch Chinook in these waters all year, but the biggest of them (30+ lb “Tyees”) appear in summer. This is around the same time that Coho arrive, ranging from 5-15 lbs. You may also catch Sockeye Salmon on occasion in July and August.

You'll see Halibut in these waters throughout the year, but their peak season in Ucluelet lasts from May through September. You’re likely to catch Halis in the 15-35 lb range on most days. Though these “chickens” are nowhere near as large as a Halibut can get (try 200 lbs, or even 400 if you head far enough offshore) they are the most delicious.

You can also spend your time in Ucluelet fishing for Lingcod, Prawns, Dungeness Crab, and a variety of Rockfish. It’s not uncommon to drop a few crab traps on your way out of the harbor so you can pick up a delicious treat on your way home.

Ucluelet Fishing Spots

Offshore Fishing

Many fishing charters in Ucluelet will take you to a series of banks offshore, roughly 25 miles out. The most common destination is La Perouse Bank (also called the Big Bank), an excellent location for Halibut and Salmon fishing. In late summer and fall, you’ll hardly manage to have your line in the water for a full minute before the Coho start biting!
 
From La Perouse Bank, you might head to a number of areas such as Rat’s Nose and The Wreck, which consistently produce good numbers of Halibut, Coho, and Chinook. Great Bear and Mara Rock are prime fishing spots in the spring, while The Southwest Corner and The Starfish (north, in front of Long Beach) are hot spots in early summer.

Barkley Sound and The Broken Group Islands

Ucluelet enjoys the best weather on the west coast of Vancouver Island, but when the odd storm arrives you can set your sights on the protected waters of Barkley Sound. Some anglers prefer fishing here on any given day because the waves are calmer and the ride back to port is shorter (around 30 minutes).
 
Barkley Sound boasts some of the best Salmon fishing Vancouver Island has to offer. Here you can target Chinook and Coho on their way to Alberni Inlet, where millions of Salmon pass through each year (the largest run in the area). You’ll find plenty of Tyees here in late summer.
 
Sprinkled throughout Barkley Sound are more than 100 bits and pieces of land known as The Broken Group Islands. In the midst of these fragments you’ll catch Salmon, Lingcod, small Halibut, Crab, and Rockfish, depending on the season. You’re likely to encounter whales, porpoises, and other wildlife while you’re at it.
 
If you’re looking for someplace a little more secluded, try the Beg Islands at the southernmost tip of Ucluelet. Here you can catch Rockfish, Salmon, and more.  

Kennedy Lake

For a taste of the freshwater fly fishing BC has in store, head to Kennedy Lake Provincial Park. Roughly 20 minutes from the Ucluelet townsite, this lake is the largest body of freshwater on Vancouver Island.
 
In late spring and summer, fly fishermen have a field day targeting Cutthroat Trout in the streams which feed into Kennedy Lake. The mouth of Thunderous Creek is a particularly common spot for this.
 
You can also access a series of rivers and streams in Barkley Sound for sea-run Cutthroat. Local road maps and visitor centers can help you find your way from Toquart Bay.

Ucluelet Fishing Charters

Fishing charters in Ucluelet typically last between four and eight hours. Half day trips (4 hours) cost between 550-625 CAD, while full day trips (8 hours) cost 895-1200 CAD depending on the size of your group. You can reach the offshore fishing grounds on both a half day and a full day trip, but keep in mind that a full day trip will give you more fishing time once you get there.

You can also find 6-hour trips, sometimes referred to as "¾ day" or "extended half day" trips, for 700-800 CAD. These charters allow you to increase your fishing time without spending a full day on the boat—and as any fisherman will tell you, those couple of extra hours can make all the difference!

Multi-day packages are a popular choice for anglers who want to explore Ucluelet’s fishery to the fullest. Multi-day Halibut and Salmon fishing trips cost about 1,750-2,010 CAD per day.

You can also choose from a variety of packages which include lodging and meals, as well as chance for the non-anglers in your group to enjoy the sights and scenery that Vancouver Island is known for. Ucluelet fishing lodge experiences can be highly customized. Prices generally start at 750-1360 CAD per person for a basic two-day package.

Rules and Regulations

Anglers age 16 and older need to carry a license for all recreational fishing in Ucluelet.

You can buy a tidal water fishing license (for saltwater fishing) online. Non-residents can purchase a one day license for 7.35 CAD or an annual license for 106.05 CAD, (prices subject to change).

For freshwater fishing, you can buy a British Columbia freshwater fishing license online. A one day license for non-residents is 20 CAD and an annual license is 55 CAD (prices subject to change).

If you plan to catch and keep any species of Salmon, you must purchase a Salmon Conservation Stamp (6.30 CAD) and attach it to your fishing license.

Many species in British Columbia are regulated by size limits and bag limits. Certain species, such as Halibut, are closed to harvest during some months. You can read more about your target species online or book a Ucluelet fishing charter so your guide can help you follow regulations.

Types of Fishing

Trolling for Salmon

Fishing for Salmon in Ucluelet is all about trolling. Anglers throughout BC rely on this method, with slight variations depending on the season, species, and the depth of the water.
 
Trolling with anchovies is the surest way to hook a Chinook. In cooler months, this Salmon also takes well to hoochies (a lure which resembles and octopus) when trolled in water roughly 120-150 feet deep. Hoochies come in three sizes, and the two that Chinook tend to bite are called "squirt" and "hoochie."
 
Spoons (3” or smaller) can also prove quite effective for Chinook, especially when used with flashers (try a green flasher with a silver/green spoon). Troll 20-60 feet off the bottom, at two-and-a-half knots.
 
Coho feeding near the surface of deep water will bite hoochies and spoons. You may even catch the odd Sockeye using this method. Tossing a bucktail 50 feet behind a moving boat will also land you a Coho in a very exciting way.
 
A more specialized local technique you will see is “mooching,” a form of slow trolling with a weighted line and rigged bait. This method involves keeping the line and bait at a 45-degree angle, several feet off the ocean floor.

Trolling for Halibut

It’s common to accidentally hook a Hali while trolling for Salmon, and some anglers in Ucluelet will even rely on this technique when fishing exclusively for Halibut.
 
If you intend to troll for Halibut, look for a sand or gravel seafloor no deeper than 210 feet. You want to troll with the tide or across the tide, at a speed somewhere between 1.7 and 2 knots. You can use the same gear you would use to troll for Salmon.
 
When fishing at slack tide, you can also back troll (or “power jig”) for Halibut. This technique doesn’t involve any actual jigging, you just need to keep the line straight up and down. This method calls for a spreader bar, and you may want to add a two-foot length of 200 lb twine to the weighted end with a 2 lb lead attached (this will keep your bait off the bottom). You can use a tandem hook setup and white grub for bait. Some anglers coat the bait with scent gel.

Jigging and Bottom Fishing

Bottom fishing is the most common method used to catch Halibut. You will want to use strong rods with 70-90 lb test line. Herring, octopus, and even plain jigs will work as bait. Octopus continues to be the most effective choice.
 
Bottom fishing and jigging are also the main techniques used for Lingcod and Rockfish like Yelloweye, Greenling, and Cabazon. Depending on your target species, real and artificial bait will both work well.

Ucluelet Fishing Seasons

January

January is a great time to explore Barkley Sound, where you’ll find no shortage of Chinook Salmon. Early in the year, temperatures in Ucluelet hover just below 40°F.

February

Fishing the calm inshore waters around the Broken Group Islands or Beg Island at this time of year will bring you Chinook Salmon, Prawns, and Crab. When the weather allows, you can head offshore.

March

Temperatures are in the low 40’s (°F), but the fishing in Ucluelet is about to get hot! You can continue to enjoy great Salmon fishing on the coast or head to Kennedy Lake and try your luck fly fishing for Cutthroat.

April

Spring is here! From now on, you can expect some of the best weather on Vancouver Island’s west coast. Fish the sound and offshore waters for Chinook Salmon, Crab, or Lingcod.

May

Starting in May, you’ll be able to target Halibut in the sound and the banks offshore. Enjoy fishing for big Chinook and Lingcod while you’re at it, or head to the coastal streams for a chance to catch some Trout.

June

The Chinook keep getting bigger as the summer goes on, soon to be joined by Coho. You can enjoy great fishing for Halibut, Salmon, and Lingcod anywhere between the sound and 25 miles offshore.

July

July is a great time to hit the banks offshore for Halibut and Lingcod, or target the Chinook, Coho, and Sockeye Salmon moving through Barkley Sound. Or try fly fishing in the feeder streams of Kennedy Lake.

August

August is the hottest month in Ucluelet, with temperatures hovering just below 60°F. Salmon fishing is at its height as large Coho and Tyees continue to pass through. 

September

Salmon and Halibut fishing are still strong, both offshore and in Barkley Sound. You're likely to catch Lingcod and Sockeye on the side. Drop a few crab traps and come home with a full cooler!

October

Temperatures are in the high 40’s at this time of year and the fishing continues to look promising. You can catch Chinook in the 50 lb range and Coho around 20 lbs. Or head to the streams for some Trout fishing. 

November

Come November, the weather might prevent you from heading offshore. You might still catch Halibut and other bottom fish in the sound. As always, you can count on Chinook and Crab. 

December

Winter in Ucluelet sees temperatures just below 40°F. If you don’t mind a little nip in the air, this can be an excellent time for fishing in Barkley Sound, where you will catch Chinook and Crab, among other things.

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What anglers said about fishing in Ucluelet

Opt for a seasoned local guide like Captain Scott in Ucluelet who knows the area well. His expertise can make a significant difference, ensuring you have a successful and enjoyable first fishing trip. Ucluelet’s weather can be unpredictable. Dressing in layers ensures you stay comfortable throughout the day. Pack the essentials, be patient and enjoy the experience!
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Opt for a seasoned local guide like Captain Scott in Ucluelet who knows the area well. His expertise can make a significant difference, ensuring you have a successful and enjoyable first fishing trip. Ucluelet’s weather can be unpredictable. Dressing in layers ensures you stay comfortable throughout the day. Pack the essentials, be patient and enjoy the experience!
Oceans West Sportfishing
Oceans West Sportfishing
Book a charter that is able to assist you in fishing for the fish species you are targeting and have fun.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Book a charter that is able to assist you in fishing for the fish species you are targeting and have fun.
Peninsula Charters
Peninsula Charters Vancouver, British Columbia
The coastline is protected a bit by small rock islands which reduced the swells. We also go to see some sealions nearby.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
The coastline is protected a bit by small rock islands which reduced the swells. We also go to see some sealions nearby.
Peninsula Charters
Peninsula Charters Burlington, Ontario
Excellent was as busy as we could’ve hoped! So glad we made the trip from tofino
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Excellent was as busy as we could’ve hoped! So glad we made the trip from tofino
Kootenay Kingfisher – Salmon and Halibut
Kootenay Kingfisher – Salmon and Halibut Canada
Make sure you get a good guide it does make a difference, We used Mark's reel fishing adventure and he was awesome.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Make sure you get a good guide it does make a difference, We used Mark's reel fishing adventure and he was awesome.
Mark's Reel Fishing Adventures
Mark's Reel Fishing Adventures Condor, AB
Use Captain Lyle if possible for overall experience and helpful attitude ! Distance to fishing grounds only about 20 minutes or a bit longer for halibut
Excellent
4.7 / 5
Use Captain Lyle if possible for overall experience and helpful attitude ! Distance to fishing grounds only about 20 minutes or a bit longer for halibut
Mark's Reel Fishing Adventures
Mark's Reel Fishing Adventures Canada
Wear several layers. The best fishing is on a cloudy day, but that means no sun to keep warm
Excellent
4.7 / 5
Wear several layers. The best fishing is on a cloudy day, but that means no sun to keep warm
Minnesota Charters
Minnesota Charters Nanaimo, British Columbia
Dress for the weather, take some gravol if it's windy to avoid motion sickness.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Dress for the weather, take some gravol if it's windy to avoid motion sickness.
West Coast Ocean Charters
West Coast Ocean Charters Port Coquitlam, BC
LISTEN to the guide..you know nothing..he works here everyday..accept that and a good day will happen!!
Excellent
4.7 / 5
LISTEN to the guide..you know nothing..he works here everyday..accept that and a good day will happen!!
Slacktide Sportfishing
Slacktide Sportfishing Ladysmith, BC
Bring warm clothes as needed. Be flexible as weather can change your plans by a day or two.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Bring warm clothes as needed. Be flexible as weather can change your plans by a day or two.
Westcoast Fish Expeditions
Westcoast Fish Expeditions Surrey, British Columbia
Be prepared for chonky salmon that run football fields and get your adrenaline going! Plus huge halibut and even albacore tuna if you go at the right time.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Be prepared for chonky salmon that run football fields and get your adrenaline going! Plus huge halibut and even albacore tuna if you go at the right time.
Minnesota Charters
Minnesota Charters Ucluelet, British Columbia
Sign-up with Overdrive Charters. Curtis will take good care of you, providing excellent guidance!
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Sign-up with Overdrive Charters. Curtis will take good care of you, providing excellent guidance!
Overtime Charters
Overtime Charters Parksville, British Columbia
Go with a guide for local knowledge. Visit Cap’n Hook tackle shop right at the Small Craft Harbor. Great selection of gear and extremely knowledgeable and friendly staff.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Go with a guide for local knowledge. Visit Cap’n Hook tackle shop right at the Small Craft Harbor. Great selection of gear and extremely knowledgeable and friendly staff.
Wild Pacific Charters - Knot 2 Wild
Wild Pacific Charters - Knot 2 Wild Long Beach, CA
I would recommend getting a hold of Brent from West Coast ocean charters. He knows his stuff. He's an amazing fisherman we had a great time on his boat and everything was excellent!
Excellent
5.0 / 5
I would recommend getting a hold of Brent from West Coast ocean charters. He knows his stuff. He's an amazing fisherman we had a great time on his boat and everything was excellent!
West Coast Ocean Charters
West Coast Ocean Charters Courtenay, British Columbia
It's a funny named town, but if you're a fisherman Uky is your next favourite place!
Excellent
5.0 / 5
It's a funny named town, but if you're a fisherman Uky is your next favourite place!
Castaway Charters
Castaway Charters Canada
Take something for sea sickness. No one want to go in cause someone gets sick. Especially when you are 20 miles out
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Take something for sea sickness. No one want to go in cause someone gets sick. Especially when you are 20 miles out
Highroller Charters - Ucluelet
Highroller Charters - Ucluelet Coquitlam, British Columbia
August is better, but fishing around Canada Day works better for my schedule.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
August is better, but fishing around Canada Day works better for my schedule.
Highroller Charters - Ucluelet
Highroller Charters - Ucluelet Irvine, California
Book your trip with Wild pacific Charters, Captain Al is a very knowledgable person of the area and a great fisherman... We have our own boat but find its better to fish with a local person who fishes there a lot, they know what to use and where to go and it shows with the calmness and all the fish we catch.......
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Book your trip with Wild pacific Charters, Captain Al is a very knowledgable person of the area and a great fisherman... We have our own boat but find its better to fish with a local person who fishes there a lot, they know what to use and where to go and it shows with the calmness and all the fish we catch.......
Wild Pacific Charters - Knot 2 Wild
Wild Pacific Charters - Knot 2 Wild Port Alberni, British Columbia

How did anglers rate fishing charters in Ucluelet?

Oceans West Sportfishing
Oceans West Sportfishing
Fishing charter in Ucluelet
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(61 reviews)
We had an incredible day with Captain Scott on the waters of Barkley Sound and the Broken Group Islands! His boat and gear were top-notch, and his knowledge of the area, fishing, and trapping spots made the experience fun and unforgettable. We caught a beautiful Chinook Salmon and a couple others we returned. Including our limit of Prawns. It was an outstanding winter fishing adventure, and we can’t wait to come back for more!
Ryan  N.
Ryan N.
Bonzai Sea Adventures
Bonzai Sea Adventures
Fishing charter in Ucluelet
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(11 reviews)
Absolutely amazing day with Captain David. Great fishing, great boat and great music! Thanks for putting us on the lings!
Jaxson  M.
Jaxson M.
Bonzai Sea Adventures
Bonzai Sea Adventures
Fishing charter in Ucluelet
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(11 reviews)
Had an amazing day filled with fish and crab. The kids had a blast. Captain Dave found the fish and we reeled them in. Highly recommend!
Dave  S.
Dave S.
Peninsula Charters
Peninsula Charters
Fishing charter in Ucluelet
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(30 reviews)
Even though it was late in the season, we came away with a big haul. Captain Dean was very knowledgeable and loves what he does as is clearly evident. Highly recommend him!
Charlene  D.
Charlene D.
Peninsula Charters
Peninsula Charters
Fishing charter in Ucluelet
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(30 reviews)
Captain Dean was great got us the fish we were going after and had a blast.
Peter  O.
Peter O. Vancouver, British Columbia
Peninsula Charters
Peninsula Charters
Fishing charter in Ucluelet
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(30 reviews)
Kicked the charter off with a FAT chinook and from there Dean kept us on fish for the entire time! Chinook, Sea Bass, Ling Cod for the entire time and we kept the best for the cooler. Dean is cool, professional and fun to fish with. Can’t recommend Peninsula Charters enough!
Jim  P.
Jim P.
Peninsula Charters
Peninsula Charters
Fishing charter in Ucluelet
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(30 reviews)
We had an amazing morning on the water with Dean. We ended up leaving the boat with 90lbs of fish.
Peter  O.
Peter O. Duncan, BC
West Coast Ocean Charters
West Coast Ocean Charters
Fishing charter in Ucluelet
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(44 reviews)
Brent is a very good fisherman and works hard to make sure your trip is successful and enjoyable
Kerry  M.
Kerry M. Kamloops, British Columbia
Minnesota Charters
Minnesota Charters
Fishing charter in Ucluelet
Very good
4.0 / 5
(19 reviews)
Equipment was safe, seaworthy, knowledgable captain who was very informative and worked hard all day setting lines and putting us in front of fish and gave us every opportunity, great chef knowledgable with how to prepare meals of our bounty. Also safe and humane dispatching and taking care of our catch. Highly recommended!
Calum  G.
Calum G. Victoria, BC
Minnesota Charters
Minnesota Charters
Fishing charter in Ucluelet
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(19 reviews)
Had a great day sharing stories and catching fish with Brandon. Will certainly book again next time I’m in the area! Highly recommend!
Sandy  S.
Sandy S. Victoria, BC
Peninsula Charters
Peninsula Charters
Fishing charter in Ucluelet
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(30 reviews)
Amazing experience, would recommend 100x! Dean is clearly a very experienced captain that made our first charter experience awesome. All three people in our group had a blast and can’t wait to come out again in the future. Thanks again
Elliott  R.
Elliott R. Ottawa, ON
West Coast Ocean Charters
West Coast Ocean Charters
Fishing charter in Ucluelet
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(44 reviews)
We had a wonderful time from beginning to end with exciting catches of chinook, coho and ling cod. Also, it was particularly enjoyable to watch Captain Brent filet our catch and toss the offal to a waiting seal.
Wylie  M.
Wylie M. Port Moody, British Columbia
Bonzai Sea Adventures
Bonzai Sea Adventures
Fishing charter in Ucluelet
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(11 reviews)
Great day out, made by the knowledge, enthusiasm and hard work of Captain David, 5 quality fish on boat and a few more lost, can’t recommend highly enough
Peter  I.
Peter I. Tofino, British Columbia
Overtime Charters
Overtime Charters
Fishing charter in Ucluelet
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(65 reviews)
Caught some beautiful Chinook with Captain Curtis. My son and I had a lot of fun and felt safe the whole trip.
Brian  M.
Brian M. Saskatoon, SK
Overtime Charters
Overtime Charters
Fishing charter in Ucluelet
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(65 reviews)
We had a great time. We didn't just get big fish, we also got to know Curtis as a human being. I have been on charters where the captains just want to take you around and hopefully you get fish. Curtis made sure it was his mission for us to come home full. I recommend his Charter and would go again when I have the chance.
Steve  H.
Steve H. Surrey, BC
Oceans West Sportfishing
Oceans West Sportfishing
Fishing charter in Ucluelet
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(61 reviews)
Our family went out on a 4 hour trip with Scott. We hoped to catch some salmon. The whole experience was great, we caught rockfish, lingcod, and multiple salmon. Scott wired really hard to make sure we had a great time and our kids had fun. Highly recommend!
Nicole  B.
Nicole B. Olympia, WA
Big Bite Charters
Big Bite Charters
Fishing charter in Ucluelet
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(10 reviews)
I booked a 4pm fishing charter with Captain Laurier for my partner’s birthday - we had a such a great experience and would definitely do it again in the future! We caught both salmon and rockfish - one was a 21lbs salmon (see photo)! We saw some sea lions and it was nice to see the views around Ucluelet as well from the boat. Laurier was very nice, professional and great at his job! Thanks for a great birthday trip, Laurier!
Katelyn  C.
Katelyn C. Tofino, British Columbia
West Coast Ocean Charters
West Coast Ocean Charters
Fishing charter in Ucluelet
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(44 reviews)
Had the best day!! Caught Salmon, Halibut, Skate, Dogfish, and saw a Grey Whale and a Humpback Whale. Brent was great, and would highly recommend.
Magnus  B.
Magnus B. Ucluelet, British Columbia
Overtime Charters
Overtime Charters
Fishing charter in Ucluelet
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(65 reviews)
Curtis put us on the fish quickly. We enjoyed the spacious boat and good equipment. He kept us engaged with lively conversation and a good time was had by all. Great experience for sure
Mark  H.
Mark H.
Minnesota Charters
Minnesota Charters
Fishing charter in Ucluelet
Excellent
4.7 / 5
(19 reviews)
Really enjoyed the trip with the captain. He was friendly, informative, and knowledgeable. Not only of the target species, but of the area and its history. I can’t wait to get back here and do this again! Thanks for an amazing day!
David  P.
David P.

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