Haida Gwaii & Prince Rupert, BC –Canada
FISH local hot spots, with a fully guided experience that showcases the best of the Northwest BC Coast.
STAY at our all-inclusive lodge in Haida Gwaii or our great selection of accommodations in Prince Rupert.
PLAY on the beautiful west coast of British Columbia and enjoy one of the most pristine environments in the world.
So enjoy a private getaway or gather your friends and family to create memories for this trip of a life time!
TARGETED SPECIES: Chinook Salmon, Coho/Silver Salmon, Halibut, Albacore Tuna
AREAS WE FISH:
- Haida Gwaii
- Prince Rupert
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Dates & Rates
The Three Four
4 Nights, 3 Full Fishing Days
- $3,819.20 per person based on 4 per boat
- $4,312.00 per person based on 3 per boat
- $4,995.20 per person based on 2 per boat
The four five
5 Nights, 4 Full Fishing Days
- $4,737.60 per person based on 4 per boat
- $5,140.80 per person based on 3 per boat
- $6,148.80 per person based on 2 per boat
Available Upon Request
Get Booked, Get Hooked!
Our lodge is also available for private bookings for your family or corporate gathering!
Plan Your Stay
Wine & Dine
Enjoy local fresh food, prepared by a personal Chef, as you reminice about the big catch of the day. Our bar is stocked with local BC wines and domestic beer, included with your stay.
What to Bring
Pack light, (think carry on size) as our all-weather gear will keep you dry on the wet days.
You will also need to bring your own fishing license.
What to Expect
The early bird catches the worm! We kick off with early mornings to score the best catch of the day, then return home for local fresh food made by your personal Chef. The south facing setting then lends itself to stunning sunset views.
Arrival & Departure
We look forward to greeting you at the airport! Your trip includes transportation to and from the airport to your Lodge accomodations.
Not only do you get to take home amazing memories, spectacular photos and new bragging rights, your catch will be professionally handled and waiting at the airport to take home with you too.
Stay & Play!
Is your travelling style a fun trip with friends or a private getaway? Are you looking for a corporate retreat or a family vacation?
We specialize in designing custom itineraries for your fully guided fishing experience.
Reserve a package with your preferred dates of travel, and we will design an itinerary just for you.
All of our packages include:
- Transportation to and from the airport
- All meals
- Beverages: non-alcoholic, wine & beer
- Fishing tackle, bait & equipment
- Rain gear & PFD’s
- Fish Processing Fees
What's NOT included?
- Taxes & gratuities
- Fish processing fees
- Fishing license
*All prices are per person, in Canadian Funds and DO NOT include taxes or gratuities.
A 50% non-refundable deposit is due upon booking. Full payment is due 90 days prior to fishing or by April 1st, 2020.
Get Booked, Get Hooked!
Steve Tennant grew up in the culture of island life, soaking in three generations of fishing knowledge from his family and the villagers he grew up with. He has fished from north to south throughout the entire archepelago. Now he thrives on sharing a little piece of this paradise with you!
Bringing people together to experience the trip of a lifetime, learn new skills and build confidence to become an angler is what drives Steve to guide.
A family man, with a wife and two kids who share his passion for the great outdoors, together they hike, hunt, fish, cross country ski and play on the farm.
Angling Tips & Tricks
You may hear this over and over again from your guide. Basically your fishing rod acts like a shock absorber for the line. This takes a lot of the weight and power of the fish. At the same time it allows you to play the fish to the boat to tire it out quickly. With a good quality rod you can use lighter tackle which will result in more fish because fish can see everything!
“Fishing is in my blood. I love the challenge of the chase and am humbled to be at the mercy of the elements and all the things that we can’t control…the weather, the fish behaviour, the currents. The art of fishing is in how we have to adapt to the environment and all mother nature throws our way.”