what we catch year round fishing in vancouver.

what we provide:

 

Clothing :

• Life Jackets

• Rain Jacket, Pants and Boots

 

All bait fuel, tackle and fishing gear is provided.

 

 

Guide Certifications

First Fish Charters Certified Tidal Angling Guide

Warren Barker is qualified as a Certified Tidal Angling Guide with 15 years of experience.

 

 

Transport Canada Certified

  • Small Vessel Operating Procedures
  • Emergency Management Safety
  • Restricted Radio Operator Certificate
  • Marine First Aid

What you need to bring:

 

Printed fishing licences are extra and required. They range in price from $6 for children to $12 for an adult.  Everyone participating in fishing will need a one day Tidal Angling Licence with Salmon Tag for the Pacific Region.  They are available on Department of Fisheries Site.

 

 

Clothing appropriate for the conditions including; hat, sunglasses, windbreaker, soft sole athletic shoes or waterproof boots.  Layering your clothing is a definite must as conditions changed througout the day.

 

 

Although we are fishing in protected waters, wind can pick up and create sea conditions that sometimes affect those susceptible to motion sickness. There are several over the counter medications and patches that work very well. It is recommended that you get advice from a professional on what medication will work best.

 

 

Lunch and Snacks

We can arrange to provide you with lunch and or snacks  (additional charge) or if you prefer you can bring your own. We have a small fridge on board for drinks and food.  We also have a complimentary supply of bottled water available.

 

 

 

Three Convenient Pickup Locations:

Downtown Vancouver: Harbour Green Dock (closest parking is the parkade at Pinnacle Hotel 1133 West Hastings )

Port Moody: Reed Point Marina  (Extra 30 minutes for travel time is included)

North Vancouver: Pier 7 next to Lonsdale Quay