Fishing in the Pacific

Trips can be made from Little Wolf to Prince Rupert or Kitimat for ocean fishing. The perfect time for Chinook is the end of May to the beginning of August. Coho are landed until the end of September, as well as Halibut, Red Snapper and other bottom dwellers. These tours take place in a secluded fjord near Prince Rupert,or south from Kitimat to the no mens land Estavan or among the island groups close to the Alaskan border. Salt water fishing equipment and bait are included. A cruise inside the coastal islands is worth the price of an ocean trip with Little Wolf. When you consider that the sea on our north coast teems with seafood -- crabs, shrimp, clams, and bottom fish like halibut are some of the delectable creatures found in abundance -- and that hungry Chinook, Coho, Sockeye, and Chum Salmon swim above them, a salt water trip with us is a real bargain. In the approach waters to Prince Rupert, the Douglas Channel, and in Work Channel, spectacular salt water fishing opportunities abound next to breathtaking scenery. The best time for ocean fishing is March through November. The cool waters of the North Pacific, just down the road from Terrace, offers some of the best salt water fishing on the northern BC coast. Our salt water excursions are chartered out of Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada. Prime time is May through early September Chinook (Kings), Coho (Silvers), Halibut, Ling Cod, King & Dungenous crab. You will be fishing from a Seafarer 22` Grady White fully equipped with fishing gear and safety equipment. You might be cut plugging herring for Chinook or maybe fly fishing for Coho, jigging for Halibut, Ling cod and bottom fish. At the end of the day we pull the crab traps and load up with crab. With forty years of Guiding experience you can always expect an exciting experience. Our Salt Water rates are per day. Two fishermen per boat is perfect but we can handle maximum four guests on board. We supply all the tackle and bait. In Canada there is a HST tax on services added to the cost. Licenses are extra. In no-man's land off the Pacific Coast, Chinook, Coho, Halibut and other bottom dwellers can be caught. For an excellent dinner, Crab traps can be set in the fjords along the coast. A floatplane will bring you there and back, weather permitting.