1. How do I get there?

Air Canada offers daily flights to Sandspit. From there, you can take Eagle Transit (1-(250)-559-4461 Call in advance) to your accommodation in Queen Charlotte City.

Pacific Coastal Airlines offers flights to Masset. (at the north end of the island) Then rent a car and drive down to Queen Charlotte.

BC Ferries has a 6 hour ferry trip from Prince Rupert to Skidegate (Close to Queen Charlotte) multiple times a week.

2. Where do we meet?

Right at the Queen Charlotte City Dock or Sandspit. You will be asked to specify when you book. If you’re not sure, we can call you and help you out!

3. What do I need to bring?

Our skilled guides will take care of helping even the most inexperienced guest to reel in the big one but we still need you to come prepared with some items.

  • Fishing License which can be purchased at https://www-ops2.pac.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/nrls-sndpp/index-eng.cfm

  • Good outdoor shoes, or even better, rubber boots

  • Warm clothing (layers are recommended for out on the water)

  • Sunglasses and sunscreen

  • A way to capture the moment when you land that Tyee, a camera will do.

4. What do you provide?

We will provide you with all the fishing gear, your rain gear and a PFD (Personal Flotation Device)

5. What are the possession limits?

  • Your daily limit is 4 salmon, of which 2 can be springs, also known as King or Chinook Salmon

  • Your take home limit is 8 salmon, 4 of which can be springs

  • You may also catch Chum, Coho, Pink and or Sockeye Salmon which will count towards your limits

  • 1 Halibut (weights and lengths change as the season progresses)

Looking off the back of boat

Looking off the back of boat