Frequently Asked Questions

Fishing Charter Questions

Sunglasses and Sunscreen - Warm Clothing - Rain Gear and Hat - Rubber Soled Footwear - Personal Items - Camera and Film - Your Lucky Rod (if desired)
Canadian Fishing License - Transportation to/from Port Hardy - Alcoholic Beverages - Evening Meals - Gratuities - Fish Smoking - Fish Shipping
Coffee, soft drinks on board. Lunches are included on package trips only.
A fishing day consists of eight (8) hours on the water (from port) or when maximum fishing limits are reached by all fishermen on board. Usually you will be back in port mid afternoon. Plenty of time for relaxing or other activities.
Yes we will. At the end of each fishing day all salmon, halibut, or other catch will be cleaned. On package trips your catch will be professionally processed & vacuum packed as well as frozen & boxed in insulated fish boxes.
Yes. We use only the best sport fishing gear. Mooching rods and single action reels (level wind reels available upon request) with 25 lb. test line for the true sportsman. All gear for salmon and bottom fishing supplied. Bait is primarily cut-plug Herring or Anchovy.
Reservations are highly recommended. In the summer months we are quite busy and if you want guaranteed bookings you will need to reserve your specific dates.
All bookings require a 50% deposit, the remaining balance is due within 30 days of arrival. Mastercard, Visa, and Interac E-Transfer accepted. Deposits will be transferred in full to a different time frame of your choosing, if the booking is cancelled in writing, at least 90 days prior to your scheduled arrival date. See our complete booking policy.
We can accommodate children of all ages. Children's lifejackets are on board.
If that were the case it would be called catching, not fishing. However days we don’t catch fish are rare events.
When booking a trip for halibut you should watch the tides for the smallest difference between the high and low slack, generally this occurs near the quarter moon phase. If you book during and around this time you should have the most success. When fishing for salmon the tides are not as important as they are for bottom fish. The salmon start to show up in late May and will continue to be in the area until late September early October. Peak Season for Salmon fishing June 15th - Sept 1st Peak Season for Halibut fishing May 15th - Sept 15th

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