Dates & rates
We are currently booking for approximately five trips per month. Click the “Read more” link below and reserve your trip today! The cost for our charter boats is $1,800/day, which can be split equally among all the guests on your charter (maximum 5 guests).
What to bring
Aside from clothes and your toiletries, you’ll need to bring comfortable hiking boots for beachcombing, and rubber boots for on deck. You’ll also need to get your own fishing licence. Pack all your gear in a soft bag (not a suitcase) for ease of storage. We provide jackets, rain gear, linens & towels.
You can apply for a fishing licence online!
Larry C. (West Vancouver)
A wonderful experience, like fishing from my living room with the deck room on the Jennifer Gayle. Smooth ride in most any weather conditions. Spoiled to the utmost with wonderful food. Suggestion: bring more ice cream.
Bryan S. (Oshawa, ON)
Absolutely the best fishing trip ever — scenery, meals & most of all fishing. You covered a lot of water — such a variety of fish. You are the ultimate fishing guide and host with the most to offer.
Gordon I. (Calgary, AB)
I have been salmon fishing over 25 times and I believe this was the most unique trip I have ever been on. The diversity of fishing was incredible. I came to catch my limit of halibut and I came away very satisfied with my catch. Ken Seymour is a pro and knows how to make your trip. I will be back.
p.s. I brought my spouse, my sister and her husband, and two 16 year-olds. They all did well.
Mike D. (Yorba, CA)
I came for the company, I stayed for the fishing. No, really, even for a non-fisherman it was a great experience. Thanks for having us aboard your fine vessel. Even in those “dangerous seas” I felt safe. Thanks again.
Brian B. (Irvine, CA)
“Fishing” is a narrow vision of this wonderful excursion — the bonfire on the beach was fantastic. Food like home and most everything was taken into consideration in advance.
If you read this on your first day…be prepared for the outdoor experience of a lifetime. You are going to step off this boat an experienced crew member of an actually working holiday. You are going to sleep well with a grin on your face and a sore arm. Reeling is a bitch. Now shape up an remember, “fish on!”
Robert L. (Fullerton, CA)
Simply put, this was a fishing trip of a lifetime! More fish than you care to reel in. You know it’s good when you are throwing back 30-pound salmon. Thanks to Captain Ken for the very memorable excursion on the Zodiac! Great time was had & we’ll see you next year!