Here are some answers to our most common questions. If you need more information, don’t hestate to get in touch. 


Answers to questions about your BC fishing adventure

The easiest way to get your fishing license for your Campbell River fishing charter is to follow the steps listed here and then print out your licence. Be sure to get the Salmon Conservation Stamp ($6) on your licence if you intend to keep fish. You have to bring your licence with you on the boat.

Yes, subject to the limits set out in your fishing licence (you’re allowed to retain a limited daily catch and have a fixed number of fish in your possession for your trip) and whether there are federally imposed restrictions in effect at the time. You must have a Salmon Conservation Stamp on your licence in order to retain salmon.

No. You can continue fishing, but you have to release any caught fish that exceed your limit. Whether or not you’ve reached your limit, we encourage you to release larger fish so they have a chance to spawn.

Yes. Cleaning and bagging your catch is complimentary, but further processing (and shipping) will be done by a licenced seafood processer with local drop off locations, who can portion and treat your catch according to your wishes.

The processor will be able to arrange for the proper packing and shipping of your catch. You can also transport your catch yourself, but be sure to follow the applicable rules and regulations, some of which can be found on this government website.

On your BC fishing charter you’ll want to bring your fishing licence, warm and layered clothing, appropriate rain gear, sunglasses, sunscreen, lunch, snacks, drinks to last you for the trip, and a refillable water bottle if you wish.

Our boat can accommodate groups of up to six people. A group of three or four adults is optimal for fishing, as this gives everyone more room and more rod time. If you have a large group that requires multiple boats, contact us – we’ll make the appropriate arrangements.

Absolutely. As a simple example, if you want to fish for half a day and go exploring for marine wildlife during the second half, we’re happy to accommodate. You might want to pick up friends along the way, or stop dockside for a warm lunch. You may want your itinerary to cover multiple days and locations. Whatever it is, we’ll find a way to make you happy.

Children are more than welcome when accompanied by an adult, and we’ll make every effort to ensure their experience is one they won’t forget. If you wish to bring children, please let us know in advance so we can plan accordingly, including making sure there are children’s lifejackets onboard.

If you cancel for any reason not related to COVID-19 as set out on our RATES page):

(a)  your deposit will be refunded if you cancel 60 days or more from the date of your trip; and,

(b)  your deposit will not be refunded if you cancel within 60 days of the date of your trip.

We reserve the right to cancel a booking at any time due to circumstances beyond our control, such as unsafe weather conditions.  If that happens, your deposit will be refunded in full if we can’t reschedule a mutually agreeable date.

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