Your choice of two destinations from Vancouver, BC
when flying to the Queen Charlotte Islands!
|Fly directly to Masset!||OR||Fly directly to Sandspit!|
What are the advantages from booking with us . . . rather than with a world renowned fishing lodge? Well, save up to 70% off world renowned fishing lodge prices! Check the savings calculator below!
An Offer Too Good to be True!
THE CHOICE IS YOURS:
COMPLIMENTARY 3-night STAY: Stay two weeks with us during our high season and receive a complimentary 3 night stay during our low season, October 1 through out May 30. Enjoy the world's best Steelhead fishing right here on the Islands starting in mid November, storm watching during the fall and spring, or otherwise enjoy a quiet retreat and our hospitality. Some conditions apply.
COMPLIMENTARY WINE AND HORS-D'OEUVRES: Stay a week during high season and enjoy a complimentary bottle of BC's own VQA Chardonnay and one pound of smoked sockeye salmon.
Our fishermen are all local fishermen experienced in the famed fishing waters off Langara Island, Naden Harbour and Waih Point. Please refer to our related fishing page which displays a map of all fishing hot spots as well as the boating-distance between destinations.
Fishing boats are generally either deep hull fiberglass, say 22 feet with a 200 hp engine, OR former commercial fishing seiners that have been converted for recreational fishing.
The daily rates for a guided fishing trip on a fiberglass boat are approximately $1,000 (and a base of $800) per day per party of four with a full day of fishing and all gear provided excluding fishing licenses and specie tags. An ex-seiner can be chartered for $50/hour/party of 4 with a 4-hour minimum. Some consider the seiner boat to be a safer vessel, better suited for larger groups but slower in traveling time to a particular fishing destination.
The fishing off Masset is the best in the world for halibut, king salmon (or Chinook), and coho (or silvers) and the season typically runs from May 1 through September 30.
Each fishing season varies and this year is expected to be a good year.
Last year was an exceptional year with a run of Coho/Silvers that lasted about 4 weeks from mid July through mid August. Larger Kings/Chinooks were found in abundance from May through mid July. Halibut fishing is good year round but closed in January. The fishing season typically ends about September 30, however, the world renowned fishing lodges will close their season off in mid September.
How much does it cost? You do the arithmetic to determine your savings!