Fishing Vancouver Island
Fishing Vancouver Island, BC at one of Nootka Marine Adventures three luxury resorts is a unforgettable west coast fishing experience. Opportunities to fish for Halibut, Salmon, Albacore Tuna with our professional and friendly fishing guides in the most comfortable boats on the west coast, make for a trip of a lifetime.
Our protected inlets host some of the World’s best salmon opportunities, while our lodges provide easy access to off-shore salmon runs. Salmon fishing Vancouver Island with our guides allows for you to enjoy the day while we take care of all the details.
Fishing for Halibut of the coast of Vancouver Island is an amazing west coast fishing experience. We fish for “chicken halibut” (12 to 25 lbs) and our expert fishing guides know how to find larger (60 to 120 lbs) fish. If halibut fishing is what you are hoping for please mention at the time of booking as you will need a full day of guided fishing.
Albacore Tuna Fishing
With warming ocean water close to Vancouver Island over the last couple of years, conditions promise to produce some of the best tuna fishing we have ever had. The six-week window that begins around the middle of August when thousands of albacore tuna pass along our offshore Vancouver Island waters is within easy reach of our substantial fleet of large, fast and fully equipped vessels. This fishery is so exciting that it has quickly become the season end passion for many anglers.
This season highlight is not just about the fishing, but the entire experience. Newton Cove Resort in Esperanza Inlet, only fifteen minutes from the open ocean is ideally located to access the tuna fishing grounds. Please contact one of our guest services representatives for further information.
Freshwater Fishing on Vancouver Island
Our excellent West Coast Vancouver Island fishing location allows access to thousands of salmon heading into the many freshwater river and creek systems in our local area. Located less than 5 miles from Moutcha Bay is the Federally operated Conuma River Hatchery enhancing chinook, chum, & coho salmon. This hatchery allows us to maintain a catch and keep fishery on this river system. The best opportunity for freshwater salmon is late August – November. Steelhead in December – April, and trout from April – June.