Port Hardy Salmon Fishing

Port Hardy Salmon Fishing Packages

SALMON AND HALIBUT FISHING ON NORTHERN VANCOUVER ISLAND

Fish for salmon and halibut off the northern tip of rugged Vancouver Island. An often forgotten destination, the northern part of Vancouver Island boasts some of the most consistent salmon fishing and halibut fishing in British Columbia.

Day Charter Rates

Visiting Port Hardy and looking for the best fishing guides on northern Vancouver Island? We have you covered. Choose from a day charter or combo it with accommodations for one of BC’s most affordable salmon & halibut fishing packages.

  • Half-Day 6 Hour Salmon Charter

    Based on a group of 4 people

    $225 pp
  • Full-Day 8 Hour Salmon Charter

    Based on a group of 4 people

    $275 pp
Trips Include:  Guided salmon/halibut fishing aboard a Grady White charter boat. Marine clothing and all fishing equipment. Care of catch. 
Not Included: GST Tax 5%. Fishing licenses. Gratuities. 
Dates: Late May to mid October.

* Please note our Port Hardy salmon and halibut charters are popular and do book early so its not a bad idea to inquire early to ensure your prime spot. At times we have openings on short notice so if you’re looking for a last minute trip we’ll do all we can to accommodate it.

Hotel Package Rates

We are pleased to offer fishing with accommodation packages making for easy-to-plan affordable trips to Port Hardy. Choose from convenient hotel accommodations right beside the boat moorage or cozy ocean view cabins located about a 10 minute drive from the marina. We can easily customize a package to your group size, itinerary and budget.

  • Two Day / Three Night Package

    Based on a group of 4 people

    $775 pp
  • Three Day / Four Night Package

    Based on a group of 4 people

    $1100 pp
  • Four Day / Four Night Package

    Based on a group of 4 people

    $1450 pp
Trips Include:  Guided salmon/halibut fishing aboard a 24′ Seaswirl charter boat. Hotel or cabin accommodations based on double occupancy. Marine clothing and all fishing equipment. Care of catch. 
Not Included: GST Tax 5%. Fishing licenses. Gratuities. Hotel incidentals. Meals. Transportation to Port Hardy.
Dates: Early June to late September. 
Fishing Info

The salmon and halibut fishing on Vancouver Island’s north tip rivals that of any fly-in location in British Columbia. Within a short run you’ll be fishing the protected waters of northern Vancouver Island’s eastern shores. Salmon migrating south use this area as a major feeding station and the geography of the area lend well to fishing in calm waters.

Port Hardy and the surrounding area has long been a mecca of halibut and bottom fishing.  The nutrient rich ocean supports a very healthy halibut fishery that can be accessed without any long runs or open ocean fishing. Expect an awesome salmon/halibut combo on these Port Hardy trips!

Larry Weber is Chromer’s guide in Port Hardy.  He was born and raised on northern Vancouver Island has a great knowledge and appreciation of the area. You’ll be hard pressed to find a guy more passionate about salmon fishing than Larry and all of of guests rave about their days with him.

We have northern Vancouver Island covered. Book your trip with Chromer and you’ll have the chance to fish three different locations on Vancouver Island’s north tip.

Port Hardy:  This is where the majority of our salmon fishing trips originate from.  Huge area with lots of spots to fish.

Port McNeill:  If you’re in Port McNeill you can leave right from the marina in McNeill.

Winter Harbour:  On Vancouver Island’s northwest trip, this is a rugged area that offers spectacular salmon and bottom fishing.

Location

Port Hardy is located on the northern tip of Vancouver Island. It easy to get to from Vancouver by either car or by daily flights servicing the town. If you’re driving give yourself a days travel time.

FAQ's

What about fishing licenses?  

You will need a fishing license. Licenses are very affordable and are priced based on if you’re a canadian resident or not. To keep salmon you will also need to include a pacific salmon stamp. All anglers 16+ years need a license.

Where do I get a fishing license?  

Upon booking we’ll send you a link to the government website that sells licenses. Print it off and bring it with you for your day of fishing. It’s really easy to do and takes less than 5 minutes.

What happens to the fish we catch?  

Guides will clean, fillet bag all your fish for you to take home and enjoy. If you’d like to have them vacuum packed, frozen or boxed for transport there is a small seafood shop called Hardy Bouys that fish can be dropped off for processing.

How do I get to Port Hardy?  

Getting to Port Hardy is quite easy.  You can either drive, which takes about 7 hours from Vancouver and includes a ferry ride or, you can fly which takes under 2 hours.

Are there bathrooms onboard?  

Yes, all our boats have bathroom facilities.

Why should we book our trip through Chromer Sport Fishing?  

Trust your trip with us and be confident you’ll be fishing with the best guides in British Columbia. We don’t offer crummy fishing trips, we’re the real deal, getting our clients into prime dates at BC’s hottest fishing spots. If you appreciate honest local expertise, a fully licensed business with an A+ Better Business Bureau rating and fair pricing then you need look no further.

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