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Year Round Sport Fishing Charters in Ucluelet, BC

  Oceans West Adventures has a portfolio of options to accommodate your next ocean fishing adventure. Located on Vancouver Island's West Coast, our waters are home to Chinook (King) Salmon, Coho Salmon (Silvers), Halibut, Lingcod, rockfish, and Albacore Tuna. 

  We can accommodate up to 8 guests on our 30' Northwest Aluminum Craft and offer half-day (4 hour morning or afternoon), 3/4 day (6 hour), and full-day (8 hour) fishing trips.


  Scott has guided over a thousand charter trips spanning the last decade in Ucluelet. Experienced groups, novice anglers, and families looking for a fun single day adventures are all welcome aboard.


  *All our pricing is in CAD and subject to a 5% tax. We do not charge offshore or fuel surcharges; please visit our FAQ or contact Scott for more information.

Rates & Group Pricing


This is our 8-hour charter only fishing package. Suitable for multi day trips and single day trips that have their own nightly accommodation.

Full-Day Sport Fishing 

8-hour Trip

November 1- June 20


$1470 up to 3 guests
+ $90 per person, up to 8 guests.

June 21 - October 30

$1670 up to 4 guests
+ $90 per person for up to 7 guests.

August 20 - September 20

10-Hour Albacore Tuna Trip
$2700+ up to 4 guests


6 Hour Sport Fishing Trip

November 1- June 20

$1150 up to 3 guests

+ $75 per person up to 8 guests.

kids under 10 are 1/2 price

June 21 - October 31

$1350 up to 4 guests

+ $90 per person up to 8 guests

kids under 10 are 1/2 price

Spend a morning plying The Pacific Rim's inshore waters or middle banks. Depending on conditions, timing, expected productivity, and group preference, this trip offers options:  Fish along the coastline and amongst the islands for Salmon, Ling, and Rockfish, or troll the inner banks targeting Chinook and a chance at Halibut. This charter allows you to travel further when beneficial and spends significantly more time with the rods in the water than on the afternoon trip. 


Our four-hour afternoon trips are a great introduction to the Salmon fishery of the inshore waters surrounding the Pacific Rim. Migratory runs of King Salmon (chinook) and Coho Salmon both stop to feed along our coastline and through the Broken Group Islands. Drawn to the rugged underwater structure off the islands, Lingcod is a lesser-known crowd favourite to catch and delicious.

Soak in a mirage of sea life while you await your first big bite. Chomp Chomp, who's up to bat?

Half-Day Fishing Excursion

4-hour Trip

Standard Departure 1-230pm. Please inquire for possible morning departure options .

November 1- June 20

$850 up to 3 guests 
+ $75 per person, up to 8 guests.

kids under 10 are 1/2 price

July - October

$970 up to 4 guests

+ $75 per person, up to 8 guests.

kids under 10 are 1/2 price

Large Groups & Accommodation Packages

Need multiple boats or accommodation? We offer couples retreat cabins to 3-bedroom cabins on our property and work closely with a handful of experienced and reputable guides. Call us to build your Ucluelet adventure.




Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a fishing licence?

Yes! All guests are required to purchase a tidal water fishing license. A parent or guardian may obtain a license for a guest under the age of 16. Please click here to obtain your tidal water fishing license. 

How much does a tidal water fishing licence cost?

Licenses start at less than $10 for a day. For the most up-to-date information of BC Tidal Fishing Licences and regulations, please click here to visit the government of Canada's recreational fishing website.

Am I guarenteed to catch fish?

While we can't control the fish or whether you catch them, we know regardless, you will enjoy your time exploring the open waters of Canada's pristine Pacific Rim.

What should I wear?

We recommend dressing for the weather; Depending on the time of the year, the requirements may differ. You can always pack layers and not wear them but you can't get that sweater you considered bringing once you're out there.... Our Captain is happy to make recommendations during booking depending on the season. 

I am worried about sea sickness, is there anything I can do to prepare?

Most pharmacies will offer sea sickness aids, we recommend talking to your pharmacist before your trip. Your guide can often offer a calm water fishing option in the case of swell offshore.

Does the boat have bathrooms?

Yes, there is a head (toilet) forward on the portside. We advise guests to use the dock facilities before boarding. 

Can I bring food or drinks?

Absolutely, we have a cooler specifically for our guests and encourage you to bring snacks.

Do I need fishing gear?

We provide all the gear and bait. We fish Islander TR3 and Mr3 single action reels for trolling. Accurate, Shimano two speed reels, and Shimano Trevala rods for Halibut and Tuna.

How do you keep guests safe on the water?

We provide more than the necessities for safety: House mounted Transport Canada-certified 8-person liferaft with a hydrostatic release, Mcmurdo EPIRB, registered MMSI and all the basic transport Canada-mandated safety equipment.

Is there anything else I should bring?

We recommend bringing a cooler for your catch if you are driving home (The processor can provide airplane approved coolers for flying).  Hat and sunglasses, sunscreen, a jacket, pants, a camera, and closed toes shoes are all good ideas too.

Is there a processor in town to package our catch?

Yes, your guide will typically clean you catch. The processor in town will fillet, portion to your specification, vacuum pack, then freeze and hold your catch till you head home. They provide salt flake ice or airplane approved flight coolers for traveling home with your processed catch.

For more information about preparing for your trip, please read our blog post here.

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