I've been fishing in the oceans since I was 14 years old. I thoroughly love fishing and catching record sized Salmon and Cod. Some 40 years later I'm teaching others to fish and enjoy the nature of the oceans. I started catching Salmon and Ling Cod in record sizes in the Port Alberni canal and Bamfield area at 14 years old. My parents owned a 14 foot aluminum boat so I'd head out every chance to enjoy all I could catch. 45 lb Springs were common in those areas.
Fishing charters for groups up to 6 guests. Book a family fishing adventure. Up to 6 guests. Choose a Vancouver Island destination. Then contact me to confirm if fishing is open for your choice of area.
Captain Alan of Fish-On Charters. Transport Canada Licensed and Insured commercial.
Email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
My vessel is a 27 foot SeaRay Sundancer. It is over 10 wide, so lots of room for up to 6 guests. Please fill out the booking form online. Then I contact you to confirm your choice of area.
Our local area waters are watched by other boaters, the RCMP Marine division, and the DFO surveillance sources. It’s just sometimes better to hire a fishing guide and then relax and fish.
Most guides are professional skilled and trained to know their job. Most professional guides are Transport Canada licensed and commercial insured. We study hard to know the regulations and stay informed in the commercial development of the regulations of our industry.
Changes to the regulations which include closures for salmon species and ground fish Cod species.
British Columbia have 37 species of rockfish. They are caught in fisheries off the coast, plus inshore rockfish species.
This includes: Yelloweye, Quillback, Copper, China, and Tiger. These fish are normally caught with a hook and line gear, in rocky reef habitats.
Monitoring and research programs in B.C. indicate that inshore rockfish are at low levels of abundance. This is especially within the inland waters of Vancouver Island,
Fisheries and Oceans Canada needs your help. We are working to protect and conserve inshore rockfish.
In 2002 the D.F.O. started the “catch restrictions” and “fishery monitoring” and created “stock assessment programs”. The D.F.O. implemented (Rockfish Conservation Areas,RCAs) which are established throughout the B.C. coast.
Department of Fisheries & Oceans (D.F.O.)
The Rockfish Conservation Area’s make inshore rockfish protected from all mortality associated with recreational and commercial fisheries.