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Vancouver Island: 94 fishing charters available

Last Chance Fishing Adventures

Excellent
4.9 / 5
(48 reviews)
Sooke
 Instant Confirmation
trips from $463

Sooke Salmon Charters

Excellent
4.5 / 5
(43 reviews)
Sooke
 Instant Confirmation
trips from $467

Fijian Son Fishing Charter

Excellent
4.9 / 5
(8 reviews)
Sooke
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trips from $234

Reel Time Fishing Charters Nanaimo

Excellent
4.7 / 5
(78 reviews)
Nanaimo
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trips from $370

FISHING/ WHALE WATCHING TRIPS

Excellent
4.9 / 5
(15 reviews)
Campbell River BC
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trips from $545

Tofino Saltwater Sports

Excellent
4.9 / 5
(90 reviews)
Tofino
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trips from $506

Oceans West Sportfishing

Excellent
5.0 / 5
(43 reviews)
Ucluelet
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trips from $604

50North Adventures

Excellent
4.8 / 5
(34 reviews)
Campbell River
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trips from $452

Top Rods Guide Service - Sooke

Excellent
4.9 / 5
(132 reviews)
Sooke
 Instant Confirmation
trips from $389

Overtime Charters

Excellent
5.0 / 5
(34 reviews)
Ucluelet
 Instant Confirmation
trips from $584

FAQs about Fishing Charters in Vancouver Island

The average price for a private 4 hour Vancouver Island fishing trip is $489, while an 8 hour private trip will cost you $897 based on prices on FishingBooker.com.

According to customer reviews, Last Chance Fishing Adventures, Sooke Salmon Charters, and Fijian Son Fishing Charter are some of the most popular fishing charters in Vancouver Island. Full list of top fishing charters in Vancouver Island.

Last Chance Fishing Adventures, Sooke Salmon Charters, and Fijian Son Fishing Charter all received great reviews from families who booked fishing trips in Vancouver Island.

The most popular fish species you can target are Chinook Salmon, Coho Salmon, and Halibut. Top fishing techniques include trolling, bottom fishing, and light tackle. Nearshore fishing, offshore fishing, and inshore fishing are commonly offered by local guides.

There’s a reason why Vancouver Island is known for some of the best sport fishing in Canada. Year after year, anglers here hook into fish that seem larger than life—and lots of them. Stretching 290 miles from end-to-end, the Island offers no shortage of fishing opportunities, including unbeatable Salmon and fly fishing. On top of it all, these waters offer the greatest variety on the west coast, from winter Steelhead to Albacore Tuna. Vancouver Island fishing charters are all about experiencing the endless opportunity of this untamed wilderness.

What You Can Catch

Vancouver Island is famous for its Salmon and Halibut fishing. The waters surrounding this colossal island host no fewer than 5 species of Pacific Salmon, not to mention trophy Chinook Salmon weighing 30 lbs and above (known as “Tyees”). These legendary fish are accompanied by a year-round supply of Halibut, Lingcod, and Dungeness Crab, among other species. Even when you take local regulations and various closed seasons into account, there’s plenty to keep you busy here all year—and that’s just the saltwater fishing. For even more variety, cast a few lines in the lakes and rivers for Steelhead, Trout, Smallmouth Bass, and more.

Where to Fish on Vancouver Island

With more than 12,000 square miles at your disposal, it’s hard to know where to begin! The full list of fishing grounds is extensive, featuring hundreds of lakes and rivers, not to mention saltwater on all sides. It’s nearly impossible to cast your line in a bad fishing hole, the question is simply what kind of experience you’re looking for. We’re here to point you in the right direction, with our run-down of the very best fishing Vancouver Island has in store.

Saltwater

Northern Vancouver Island

Destinations on the northern end of Vancouver Island have access to excellent Salmon and Halibut fishing. Salmon season runs from May through September around here, with a peak season between June and August. Halibut, Lingcod, and other bottom fish are popular summer catches.

An extra bonus to fishing up north is access to the Albacore Tuna run at the end of summer. Albies pass within 30-40 miles of Vancouver Island for the blink of an eye between the end of August and the beginning of September. Charter boats on the north end of the Island have access to this Tuna run when the weather is fair enough to travel offshore.

Some of the most popular fishing destination at the top of the Island include Port Hardy, Winter Harbour, and Kyuquot. These happen to be some of the most remote locations on the Island, accessible only by plane. Locals have found a way to make the most of their location by offering multi-day packages complete with accommodations and various activities for the non-anglers in your group. If your sights are set on this part of the Island, plan on staying in one of many Vancouver Island fishing lodges.

Central Vancouver Island

Tucked away on the central eastern shore of Vancouver Island is Campbell River, also known as the “Salmon Capital of the World.” As you may have guessed by the name, this destination is famous for its epic Salmon fishing. Campbell River owes its reputation to its own strategic location along the Discovery Passage, where nearly every Salmon passing through British Columbia makes an appearance.

Anglers target Chinook in the area around Campbell River year-round, including feeder and mature Salmon. Coho, Chum, and Pink Salmon join the ranks in late summer and fall. Around the same time, anglers land 30+ Tyees as these massive fish head into the river.

More than 80 miles away on the opposite side of the Island is Nootka Sound. These fishing grounds are more accessible than Kyuquot Sound, but still remote. Fishing lodges and resorts invite anglers and their companions to take a load off and stay a while, and it’s hard to argue with that once you get a load of the Salmon fishing here. These waters provide excellent Chinook fishing, especially between June and August.

The Pacific Rim

Some of the best fishing grounds in all of BC are located on the Pacific Rim, near Ucluelet, Port Alberni, and Tofino. Those willing to travel west can enjoy spectacular angling without the fishing pressure of the east coast.

Millions of Chinook swim through the Pacific Rim between May and September on their way to the spawning grounds past Alberni Inlet. This annual migration brings magnificent Salmon fishing within reach of anglers fishing out of Port Alberni, Tofino, Ucluelet, Kyuquot, and Nootka Sound. Many will tell you that this is the best Salmon fishing Vancouver Island has to offer, giving Campbell River to the east a run for its money.

Autumn sees a strong run of Coho and Chum Salmon, complemented by excellent Steelhead fishing in the rivers. Meanwhile, the offshore fishing grounds are rife with Halibut. Tuna fans can have a go at the late summer Albie run when fishing from Tofino.

Southern Vancouver Island

Fishing charters on the south of Vancouver Island offer some of the most unique opportunities in the area, including a superb winter fishery. The protected waters stretching from Ladysmith to Port Renfrew offer smooth sailing and a year-round supply of Salmon and Halibut. British Columbia’s capital city Victoria is a choice location for local anglers, since it provides immediate access to some of the best local fishing grounds.

You can enjoy stellar fishing for 5-20 lb Chinook Salmon between October and May. In warmer months, these hard-fighting feeder fish are overshadowed by Tyees and other Salmon species. Lingcod season usually opens at the same time of year, adding to the excitement as anglers scour the offshore rocks for 20-50 lb Halibut. As summer progresses, some charter captains head west toward Sooke and Port Renfrew to make the most of fishing grounds closer to the Pacific.

Freshwater

Freshwater fishing is just a stone’s throw away from many towns on Vancouver Island. On the other hand, adventurous spirits can seek out countless streams and mountain lakes in the far reaches of Vancouver Island’s wilderness. Fly-in fishing trips to these secluded waters off the rare opportunity to indulge in some of BC’s most pristine nature.

Rainbow and Cutthroat Trout dominate the freshwater of Vancouver Island, but you can also catch Brown and Brook Trout, Dolly Varden, Kokanee Salmon, Charr, and Smallmouth Bass in many places.

Campbell and Quinsam Rivers

The Campbell River is making a second appearance on our list, due to its high profile among saltwater and freshwater anglers. In addition to scores of Salmon who make their way from the Strait of Georgia into the river during fall, Campbell River also hosts a strong winter Steelhead run and a year-round supply of Trout. Unique activities like “Snorkel with Salmon” trips offer a close-up view of this magnificent fish highway.

Stamp and Somass Rivers

Nestled deep in the heart of Vancouver Island, the Stamp and Somass River system receives droves of Salmon every year as they head through Alberni Inlet and upstream to their spawning grounds. Summer sees large numbers of Sockeye, followed by Chinook and Coho Salmon in fall. You can catch Rainbow and Cutthroat Trout in these rivers year-round, as well as winter Steelhead in the Stamp River.

Cowichan River

Also called the “Fly Fishing Capital of Canada,” Cowichan River on the south end of the Island offers outstanding light tackle and fly fishing for Steelhead, Coho Salmon, and a variety of Trout. Brown Trout here are known to tip the scale into the double-digits, while the Steelhead put up an unbelievable fight. Of the two Steelhead runs in BC, the winter run is strongest on Vancouver Island, with Steelhead Trout biting vigorously in the rivers from December through April.

Vancouver Island Fishing Styles

Trolling for Salmon

Salmon fishing on Vancouver Island involves a lot of trolling, with baits such as Anchovies, spoons, and squid-like lures known as “hoochies.” This method takes on many forms, depending on where you fish and your target species.

On the west coast of the island, it’s common to troll a bucktail fly along the surface to attract Coho Salmon. This specialized technique—called “bucktailing”—combines trolling with fly fishing. Another method used by anglers throughout British Columbia is mooching, a form of trolling which involves dragging a line several feet off the bottom at a 45-degree angle.

Bottom Fishing

Bottom fishing for Halibut, Lingcod, and Rockfish is straight-forward, but not to be confused with “easy.” It takes a great deal of savvy to pick the right spot to drop your line, depending on the tide, the structure of the seafloor, and various other factors.

Common baits for bottom fish include hoochies, jigs, and Octopus (creme-de-la-creme as far as Halibut are concerned). You might accidentally land a Hali while slow trolling for Salmon. This technique can prove so effective for catching Halibut, in fact, that some locals have started trolling for them intentionally.

Fly Fishing

Fly fishing in the lakes and rivers of Vancouver Island is a surefire way to catch Trout, Steelhead, and Salmon. An 8 or 9-weight rod will stand you in good stead if you’re targeting a variety of species. Locals have very specific recommendations depending on where you plan to fish and what the weather is like. Even the most experienced fly anglers would be wise to ask around for a few tips before trying their luck in the lakes and rivers. Professional fly fishing guides can help you access remote waters all over the Island.

Need to Know

Vancouver Island fishing charters do not provide a fishing license for their customers. Anyone in your group age 16 or older should buy a license ahead of time, whether you plan on fishing with a local guide or on your own.

Non-residents can buy a one-day saltwater fishing license (a.k.a. A “Tidal Waters” license) online. A single day freshwater license costs 20 CAD (prices subject to change).

Bear in mind that some species may not be legal to keep at certain times. Even during open fishing seasons, many species have size and bag limits. Depending on the species, you may also need to purchase a special tag to attach to your fishing license. You can learn more about local regulations online. Fishing with a local guide is the easiest way to fish responsibly. 

Vancouver Island
Excellent
4.5 / 5
Based on 25041 reviews by FishingBooker anglers

January

Fly fishermen will be targeting winter Steelhead in the rivers all over Vancouver Island at this time of year. Anglers in Victoria are busy fishing for Chinook Salmon and Halibut.

February

The seasons for winter Steelhead and feeder Chinook are still at their height, giving anglers plenty of reason to brave the weather and cast a few lines. Dungeness Crab are also abundant in February.

March

Fishing the protected waters on the south end of the Island continues to produce the best results in early spring, as anglers bring home coolers full of Halibut, Chinook, and Dungeness Crab.

April

In most years, Halibut and Lingcod will finally be open to harvest on the west coast of the Island by April. You can target 6-20 lb Salmon near Campbell River, or try your luck with the resident Trout population.

May

May marks the beginning of Halibut’s peak season. Reefs and offshore fishing grounds all around the Island produce good numbers of Halis, Lingcod, and other bottom fish.

June

The first Tyees start showing up in June, some of them weighing up to 45 lbs. Coho Salmon are close behind them. Meanwhile, great bottom fishing continues offshore.

July

You can expect to hook into big Chinook and Coho Salmon at this time of year. Take advantage of the fair weather and head offshore for Halibut and Lingcod or explore the Island’s lakes and rivers.

August

August sees the greatest variety of Salmon on Vancouver Island, featuring Tyees, Coho, Sockeye, Chum, and Pink Salmon in odd years. Up north, anglers are gearing up for the Albacore Tuna run.

September

You can continue to enjoy superb fishing all over the Island in September, with a chance to catch Halibut, Lingcod, Tuna, and 4-5 different Salmon species (depending on the year).

October

Fall fishing is all about Chum Salmon. Tourists will be clearing out right when this fish starts moving in. You can still expect good bottom fishing, not to mention plenty of opportunity in the lakes and rivers.

November

In Victoria and Campbell River, anglers are turning their attention toward feeder Chinook as other species become scarce. Freshwater anglers can look forward to the winter Steelhead run. 

December

Vancouver Island boasts some of the best weather in BC, so why not take advantage of it and revel in the winter Salmon and Steelhead fishing? 

Vancouver Island Fishing Calendar

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Go with the springroll crew! They are extremely experienced and you will not be disappointed. Nick and Chris are the best at what they do, you will catch fish and you will have a great experience. happy fishing anglers
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Go with the springroll crew! They are extremely experienced and you will not be disappointed. Nick and Chris are the best at what they do, you will catch fish and you will have a great experience. happy fishing anglers
Douglas  H.
Douglas H. Edmonton, Alberta
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!
Sam  F.
Sam F. Parksville, British Columbia
Go with Royce and Kelly at Northwest Saltwater Adventure Charters!! They know all the good spots, and their boat and equipment are top notch!
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Go with Royce and Kelly at Northwest Saltwater Adventure Charters!! They know all the good spots, and their boat and equipment are top notch!
David  R.
David R. Stanwood, WA
The water is relatively calm. The scenery is great and the fishing is better than I expected.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
The water is relatively calm. The scenery is great and the fishing is better than I expected.
Steve  W.
Steve W. Shawnigan Lake, BC
We were a bit late in the season and we were not able to keep the wild Coho we caught. We would not have been able to eat more than the Spring we kept anyway since we are on holiday's. It was an enjoyable day on the boat regardless.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
We were a bit late in the season and we were not able to keep the wild Coho we caught. We would not have been able to eat more than the Spring we kept anyway since we are on holiday's. It was an enjoyable day on the boat regardless.
Doug  S.
Doug S. Calgary, AB
yes, but must provide an address where to meet the captain on the day of fishing. Udo
Excellent
4.7 / 5
yes, but must provide an address where to meet the captain on the day of fishing. Udo
Udo  K.
Udo K. Sooke, BC
Easy to access, lots to catch, no need to travel far by boat, friendly people
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Easy to access, lots to catch, no need to travel far by boat, friendly people
Simon  L.
Simon L. Richmond, British Columbia
Make your booking with Tory Howe of Goin Coastal - then just relax, knowing you'll have a great experience!
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Make your booking with Tory Howe of Goin Coastal - then just relax, knowing you'll have a great experience!
Karol  R.
Karol R. Vancouver, BC
great captain specially for first timer very friendly and very knowledgeable
Excellent
5.0 / 5
great captain specially for first timer very friendly and very knowledgeable
Denis  R.
Denis R. Surrey, BC
Fantastic place to fish as we were within ten minutes from the marina allowing more time for the rods to be in the water for Salmon fishing. I highly recommend the Sooke area and we will be back again.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Fantastic place to fish as we were within ten minutes from the marina allowing more time for the rods to be in the water for Salmon fishing. I highly recommend the Sooke area and we will be back again.
Lisa  M.
Lisa M. Kamloops, British Columbia
Nothing at all. It was hot the day we went. Only advise would be to bring plenty of water
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Nothing at all. It was hot the day we went. Only advise would be to bring plenty of water
Wayne  A.
Wayne A. Victoria, BC
Go out with a captain who knows where the fish are because it is easy to waste the day fishing empty waters.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Go out with a captain who knows where the fish are because it is easy to waste the day fishing empty waters.
Tom  N.
Tom N. Ladysmith, BC
If someone wants to go fishing in Comox for the first time, they should charter a trip via Fishbooker.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
If someone wants to go fishing in Comox for the first time, they should charter a trip via Fishbooker.
Karl-heinrich  H.
Karl-heinrich H. Hofgeismar, HE
Amazing salmon fishing! Give yourself plenty of time to figure out the conveluted online fishing license website. As a non Canadian resident, halibut is not allowed in the waters around sooke. If you want halibut and Salmon, port Renfrew is the place to be from what I understand. If in sooke, book with Travis!
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Amazing salmon fishing! Give yourself plenty of time to figure out the conveluted online fishing license website. As a non Canadian resident, halibut is not allowed in the waters around sooke. If you want halibut and Salmon, port Renfrew is the place to be from what I understand. If in sooke, book with Travis!
Phillip  T.
Phillip T. Victoria, 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.
Lawrence  O.
Lawrence O. Long Beach, CA
Book with "Good time" Dave, has a passion for fishing and his boat and tackle is well maintained.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Book with "Good time" Dave, has a passion for fishing and his boat and tackle is well maintained.
Daniel  D.
Daniel D. Mesquite, TX
Small town with little services/shopping and no internet or cell service. Good restaurants and limited groceries. Bring food if you are cooking.
Excellent
4.7 / 5
Small town with little services/shopping and no internet or cell service. Good restaurants and limited groceries. Bring food if you are cooking.
Paul  B.
Paul B. United States
Make sure the beer is cold and your arms are ready to pull in the big haul.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Make sure the beer is cold and your arms are ready to pull in the big haul.
Justin  M.
Justin M. Chilliwack, British Columbia
Take in the beauty of the area. The Sooke area is wonderful. Take in the scenary and enjoy the water.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Take in the beauty of the area. The Sooke area is wonderful. Take in the scenary and enjoy the water.
Jacob  K.
Jacob K. Victoria, British Columbia
Be prepared for changing weather and dress accordingly. Bring motion sickness medication. Plan to bring home plenty of fish.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Be prepared for changing weather and dress accordingly. Bring motion sickness medication. Plan to bring home plenty of fish.
Keith  H.
Keith H. Duncan, British Columbia

Wild West Sport Fishing LTD.
Wild West Sport Fishing LTD.
Fishing charter in Campbell River
Excellent
4.3 / 5
(3 reviews)
Nice boat and crew- one beautiful Coho taken by our group. A great day outing!
Thurman  R.
Thurman R. Severna Park, MD
Coastal Connection Sportfishing
Coastal Connection Sportfishing
Fishing charter in Ucluelet
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(11 reviews)
What a fantastic day! Caught lots of fish and Kyle was great! Would definitely recommend him for an amazing day of fishing.
Tara  R.
Tara R. Ucluelet, British Columbia
Reel Time Fishing Charters Nanaimo
Reel Time Fishing Charters Nanaimo
Fishing charter in Nanaimo
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(78 reviews)
Fishing with Captain Turk was a great experience! We had a fun morning on the boat and reeled in 4 nice salmon! Even managed to lasso a small shark, saw some sealions, and caught a couple crabs. Will definitely go out with him again and would recommend him to anyone.
Caleb  C.
Caleb C. Wahpeton, ND
Coastal Connection Sportfishing
Coastal Connection Sportfishing
Fishing charter in Ucluelet
Excellent
4.7 / 5
(11 reviews)
Went out for half day and caught lingcod and rock fish. Would definately go back out with Kyle. He knew where to find the fish and how to catch them.
Cory  S.
Cory S. Outlook, SK
Reel Time Fishing Charters Nanaimo
Reel Time Fishing Charters Nanaimo
Fishing charter in Nanaimo
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(78 reviews)
Again it was another great trip with Captain Turk. We caught some nice fish. He’s great with the kids and has a real fun personality. Looking forward to another trip next year.
Rob  I.
Rob I. Agassiz, BC
Ripline Guiding
Ripline Guiding
Fishing charter in Comox
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(5 reviews)
This was a sentimental charter in honour of my wife's dad's memory. We had a some rough water for our 4 hour charter, but the experience was still great. Really enjoyed ourselves. Bruce is a great captain and a great guy. It was like seeing a brother I haven't seen in a few years. Fellow old timer hockey jock too. Thanks for a great day Bruce! Pat & MJ
Patrick  S.
Patrick S. Calgary, Alberta
Fish On Jon Tofino
Fish On Jon Tofino
Fishing charter in Tofino
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(7 reviews)
Had a great time. Couldn’t of had a better day. Lots of fish on the line. Got to also see a gray whale. Jon is a fabulous fishing host and would definitely fish with him again. His boat and gear are top notch.
Earl  B.
Earl B. Ucluelet, British Columbia
Fijian Son Fishing Charter
Fijian Son Fishing Charter
Fishing charter in Sooke
Excellent
4.7 / 5
(8 reviews)
I had a 6h salmon fishing trip at Fijian Son (William). The trip was great. We had 7 salmon in about 3-4 hours on the hook. After that we did a short trip to the crab traps and the North Race Rock. At the North Race Rock you can watch the sea lions. As a single person definitely the best offer you can get for a day of fishing!
Fabrizio  S.
Fabrizio S. Livermore, ME
Coastal Connection Sportfishing
Coastal Connection Sportfishing
Fishing charter in Ucluelet
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(11 reviews)
We had a great trip ! Being end of salmon season it’s always a bit slower but Kyle knows where to go to get action for you. And will keep fishing until his guests tap out. From one Guide to another we had a great trip ! Will definitely be back to fish with him in the future !
Taylor  H.
Taylor H. Stettler, AB
Sooke Salmon Charters
Sooke Salmon Charters
Fishing charter in Sooke
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(43 reviews)
Great day on the water with Rollie. He is very professional, knows how to fish. Fishing equipment was great and boat was comfortable. We caught some lovely coho and also bonus crab from the trap. Would recommend him and will go again.
Peggy  G.
Peggy G. Victoria, British Columbia
Goin Coastal Fishing Charters
Goin Coastal Fishing Charters
Fishing charter in Sooke
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(156 reviews)
Siisti hyvä ja tilava vene. Oppaalla (Kapteenilla hyvä ote ja ammattilaisuus). Todella hieno retki.
Paul  P.
Paul P. Mexico Beach, FL
Oceans West Sportfishing
Oceans West Sportfishing
Fishing charter in Ucluelet
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(43 reviews)
Well fitted out boat ,brilliant day, the captain worked really hard to bring in some fish for me. I caught a great Salmon. Cant wait for my trip next year . If you want to fish with an experienced pleasant man with a really good boat look no further . James from the UK
James  B.
James B. Tofino, British Columbia
Ripline Guiding
Ripline Guiding
Fishing charter in Comox
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(5 reviews)
Spent the morning fishing with Bruce. He did a great job getting us out and landing fish. Will be going out again.
Jordan  A.
Jordan A. Vancouver, British Columbia
Sooke Salmon Charters
Sooke Salmon Charters
Fishing charter in Sooke
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(43 reviews)
We could fish constantly and had so much fun. We will definitely come back again.
Junya  Y.
Junya Y. Tokyo, Tokyo
Oceans West Sportfishing
Oceans West Sportfishing
Fishing charter in Ucluelet
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(43 reviews)
6hr trip was great. We were on the fish before all the rods were set. Scott gave a day worth remembering. Great conversation and extremely knowledgeable. I’ll definitely be doing more fishing with Scott
David  B.
David B. Lake Country, British Columbia
Reelin Shores Fishing Charters
Reelin Shores Fishing Charters
Fishing charter in Port Hardy
Excellent
4.3 / 5
(4 reviews)
Lloyd works hard to please his clients. We caught halibut, lingcods and rockfish. Pulling the prawn traps at the end of the day added to the experience and the prawns made a fantastic supper. We will be fishing with Lloyd again.
Manfred  H.
Manfred H. Rivercourse, AB
West Coast Ocean Charters
West Coast Ocean Charters
Fishing charter in Ucluelet
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(32 reviews)
Had a great trip with Capt Brent, he worked super hard from start to finish to get us into fish and he succeeded. He is the sort of person you want to go fishing with; understands the water; has his “honey holes”; in general, just a blast to spend time with out on the water. Highly recommend him and look forward to another trip next year…..thanks Brent we really enjoyed our time with you.
Roy  A.
Roy A. Abbotsford, British Columbia
Fijian Son Fishing Charter
Fijian Son Fishing Charter
Fishing charter in Sooke
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(8 reviews)
Took my dad on this charter with Captain William with hopes for Halibut in September. No luck with halibut unfortunately, but took home a nice salmon and large Dungeness crabs. The marina and weather was also beautiful extremely beautiful. Captain William was loads of fun, lots of great stories + fishing education. Definitely will have to come back again for halibut! Thanks for a great day of fishing Will!
Lawrence  W.
Lawrence W. Vancouver, BC
West Coast Ocean Charters
West Coast Ocean Charters
Fishing charter in Ucluelet
Excellent
5.0 / 5
(32 reviews)
The weather was not good for fishing that day, the information from another boats came that the sea was chunky and catch was not the great. Brent had managed to find right spots and used his equipment and brilliant mastery to make our trip a success and total delight. We caught our quota for salmon, few lingcods, and rock fish. 200% recommend to go with Brent.
Andriy  B.
Andriy B. Ucluelet, British Columbia
Fijian Son Fishing Charter
Fijian Son Fishing Charter
Fishing charter in Sooke
Excellent
4.7 / 5
(8 reviews)
Excellent hard working guide. Very knowledgeable. He threw in one of my favourite sea foods. Dungeness crabs. Even though we got home late we we prepared and ate 2. Great. They made the trip!!
Norman  M.
Norman M. Surrey, British Columbia