Whether It’s Your First Time Fishing Or You’re A Seasoned Veteran, We Are Able To Custom Tailor A Trip That Suits You.
The rich waters surrounding Tofino have an amazing variety of year round fishing opportunities. We offer fishing packages that range from prawning the beautiful calm inlets of Clayoquot Sound to chasing Albacore Tuna in the blue waters offshore. So if you want to target our traditional Salmon and Halibut or mix things up and diversify, we will give you expert advice on when to book your next trip.
Spring (March, April, May)
During the spring months our fisheries begin to build as Salmon runs migrate down the coast headed to their home rivers to spawn. Chinook can be found feeding along the surfline and inside the sheltered waters of Clayoquot Sound. Bottomfish fisheries also begin to open during this time with Halibut typically opening March 1 and Lingcod April 1. Targeting these species can be extremely productive in the early season. Prawns are crabs round out the spring options.
Summer (June, July, August)
Summer months are prime time in local waters. Chinook runs are peaking along with abundant Coho both inshore and offshore. Calmer weather allows us to access Halibut and other bottom fish species. Mid summer also marks the arrival of Albacore Tuna in offshore waters. When conditions align, this can be one of the most spectacular fisheries on the coast.
Fall (September, October and November)
Early fall sees abundant Coho Salmon arriving inside the nearby inside waters. Offshore, Albacore Tuna are extremely productive when the conditions align. As the storms begin to roll in during early October we transition to our winter fisheries targeting feeder Chinook, Crabs and Prawns.
Winter (December, January and February)
Often overlooked, these months can provide a very productive day on the waters of Clayoquot Sound. Enjoy the warm heated cabin while fishing with views of the surrounding snowcapped mountains. Resident Chinook can be targeted in sheltered inside waters. Crab and Prawns are also plentiful.