Sports Fishing Kyuquot Vancouver Island B.C. for Trophy Salmon and Halibut

Guided Salmon and Halibut Fishing Charters

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Our boat was purchased new in 2004 for our charter operation. It is a Boston Whaler 255 Conquest, powered by twin Yamaha 225 HP 4 Stroke outboard engines. The boat is 27 feet long and nearly 9 feet wide and was certified to Transport Canada Standards, and continues to meet all Transport Canada Standards.

The trolling setup includes an independent, custom hydraulic stern helm which controls a Yamaha 9.9 HP high thrust outboard. This allows your guide to have complete access to the two Scotty downriggers and gear while operating the vessel.

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The boat is equipped with an on-board toilet and sink, and also seats four passengers very comfortably. The electronics include 2 DSC VHF radios, Lowrance 12" GPS/Sounder/Chart plotter, Sirius Satellite stereo, and the Yamaha Smart-Craft display. We also have a Webasto 5500 diesel heater for those cold days.

Kyuquot Sound Fishing CharterOur fishing gear includes manufacturers like Scotty Downriggers, Shimano, Islander Reels, 10'6" Shimano rods, Braided Line and Gamakatsu hooks. Although the nature of fishing means sometimes the fish get away, we believe that should not happen due to faulty or poor quality equipment, and we use only the finest quality tackle on the market.

We are proud to maintain the highest level of safety provisions for our guests. The vessel is outfitted with certified lifesaving floatation vests, flares, first-aid supplies, fire protection and gas detectors.kyuquot fishing The reputation that Boston Whaler has earned is the “Unsinkable Legend”. While many manufacturers will say their vessels will float if swamped, Boston Whaler vessels are designed to float level and discharge any contained water. The safety of our passengers is our first priority, and was the main reason why we chose the Boston Whaler 255 Conquest to carry our guests.

For more information on our vessel, please visit the Boston Whaler website at: