A recent announcement by Canada’s Minister of Fisheries and Oceans, restricting Chinook catch in some areas of British Columbia this summer, has cast some confusion over where and when those constraints will take place.
Fishing licenses for the 2019 season are now available for purchase on the Department of Fisheries & Oceans website. Be sure you have both your license and salmon tag before your Westcoast Resorts fishing adventure!
Need help with the system? Download the online licensing guide PDF here: DFO Online Licensing Guide
Everything you need in a Fishing App. For free on iPhone and Android.
Featuring up-to-date official Regulations, Catch Log, Species ID Guide, plus the ability to display your BC Tidal Waters Sport Fishing Licence.
Created by the Sport Fishing Institute of BC in partnership with Fisheries and Oceans Canada and supported by the Pacific Salmon Foundation.
Over the past few decades BC’s Southern Resident Killer Whale population has seen periods of both growth and decline.
As outdoor enthusiasts, BC’s recreational sport fishing community cares deeply about our killer whales, our coastal communities, and our entire ecosystem. No one has a greater interest or serves a larger role in protecting, preserving, and enhancing BC’s marine life.
The Lodge at Englefield Bay Welcomes New Lodge Manager
Westcoast Resorts is pleased to welcome Paul Kendrick as manager at Englefield Lodge for the 2019 season. Paul most recently managed our Hippa Lodge property in 2018, and his success there paved his way to this position.