Prince Rupert Area
Northern Coast Fishing Adventures & Sightseeing
Prince Rupert is one of British Columbia’s northern hot spots bordering the Alaska panhandle and home to the famous Skeena and Nass River runs of Chinook (King) salmon. These impressive salmon are world famous and reach weights upwards of 90 lbs. The Coho salmon runs are strong, large and abundant with the peak time from mid May through July.
Join Pacific Tugboat Adventures and cruise in luxury aboard a restored 1941 Classic Tugboat enjoying fine wines and sumptuous cuisine as we “Follow the Fish” in search of the famous trophy King salmon.
Everything is supplied for the angler: rods, reels, licence, clothing, and guide as well as custom skiffs and crab traps. Fresh water fishing is also available; we supply spin casting equipment and recommend bringing your own personal fly fishing gear.
The wildlife is abundant and the scenery ranges from glacier capped fiords and passages to the sandy beaches and rocky shores of the outer islands.
Prince Rupert is a picturesque small city and guests may arrive via air from Vancouver, ferry from Port Hardy on Northern Vancouver Island, drive along Highway 16 from Edmonton or via train through the magnificent Rocky and Coastal mountains.
If you are looking for a wilderness adventure in an uncrowded northern hideaway or if fishing for world class trophy salmon is your thing, then the Prince Rupert area should be #1 on your list!
Only maximum 12 guests per week on this one of a kind BC fishing adventure.