Guided Saltwater Salmon Fishing Charter Rates

Quadra Island sport fishing

AG-Fish Enterprises
Quadra Island and Campbell River's #1 Choice in Sports Salmon Fishing charters!

Join us for the fishing adventure of a lifetime. We will provide you with a memorable and exciting salmon fishing charter experience.
All Day-Trips include: Proper fish cleaning, Guided salmon fishing on one of our 23-25 foot boats. All necessary gear is included, and our covered boats will keep you dry and warm. We even have a toilet on board! Our salmon fishing equipment is top of the line and includes Scotty downriggers and state of the art electronics.
All ages are welcome!

2021 Rates - Campbell River and Quadra Island Saltwater Salmon Fishing Charters

 1-3 people Saltwater Salmon Fishing Charters (5 Hour Minimum) 1-3 people
 Minimum of 5 hours salmon fishing charters $140 CDN/hr + Tax (5%) $700 + Tax
 Full-day (8 hours) salmon fishing charters $140 CDN/hr + Tax (5%) $1120  + Tax
$140 CDN/hr + Tax(5% GST ) - based on a group of 1-3 people

2019 Rates - Campbell River and Quadra Island Saltwater Salmon Fishing Charters

 4 people Saltwater salmon fishing charters (5 Hour Minimum) 4 people
 Minimum of 5 hours salmon fishing charters  $150 CDN/hr + Tax (5%) $750 + Tax
 Full-day (8 hours) salmon fishing charters $150 CDN/hr + Tax (5%) $1200 + Tax
$150 CDN/hr + Tax(5% GST ) - based on a group of 4 people

Included in the Rates:

  • Boat
  • Fuel
  • Fully Licensed and Insured Saltwater Fishing Guides
  • Fishing Gear Tackle & Bait
  • All-Weather Gear
  • Cleaning & Bagging of Your Catch

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Not Included in the Rates:

  • Accommodation
  • Transportation to Campbell River,
  • Fishing Licenses
  • Fuel costs for Prawn & Crab Trap fishing ($40 each)
  • Gratuity and Tax ( 5% GST)
  • Beverages
  • Lunch  

Booking Policy:

  • A deposit of 50% will be required upon booking your fishing trip, the remaining balance payable the day of the charter.
  • No deposit refund if cancelled within 45 days of the charter.
  • 10% cancellation fee, no deposit refund for cancellations within policy dates
  • All rates are subject to 5% GST Tax.
  • We accept VISA, MasterCard, Traveller’s Cheques and Cash.

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The maximum number of guests at one time per cruiser is four, however, larger groups can be fished in multiple boats. We'll be happy to make those arrangements for you.

Quadra Island / Campbell River's west coast life style is alive with adventure, offering not only sport salmon fishing, but bear viewing and whale watching tours, as well as two great golf courses. The whole family will enjoy this vacation. For more information on our region and travel arrangements, please see links and Getting Here page.

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The Harbor (Harbour) Seal

Campbell River Harbor (or Harbour) Seal, seen during fishing charter

The Common Seal , also known as the Harbor (or Harbour) Seal, is a true seal found along temperate and Arctic marine coastlines of the Northern hemisphere. They are found in coastal waters of the northern Atlantic and Pacific Oceans as well as those of the Baltic and North Seas, making them the most wide-ranging of the pinnipeds (walruses, eared seals, and true seals). Common seals are brown, tan, or gray, with distinctive V-shaped nostrils. An adult can attain a length of 1.85 meters (6.1 ft) and a mass of 132 kilograms (290 lb). Females outlive males (30-35 years versus 20-25 years).

The killer whale

Johnstone Strait, killer whale (Orcinus orca) seen during fishing charter

The killer whale (Orcinus orca), commonly referred to as the orca and less commonly blackfish is the largest species of the oceanic dolphin family. They are found in Vancouver Island oceans. Killer whales as a species have a diverse diet, although populations often specialize in particular types of prey. Some feed exclusively on Chinook Salmon, while other populations hunt marine mammals such as sea lions, seals, walruses and even large whales. Killer whales are regarded as apex predators as they have no natural predators.

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