Tofino's Premier Sportfishing Outfitter
Tofino Fish Guides Ltd. offers premium saltwater charters and unique freshwater fishing experiences in the beautiful waters around Tofino, BC. We take pride in providing exemplary service on our luxury vessels equipped with high quality fishing gear. Tofino Fish Guides is a strong supporter of salmon enhancement and habitat protection on the west coast of British Columbia. Whether you are an experienced angler or fishing for the first time, we will ensure your Tofino fishing charter is customized to meet your needs.
Fish the offshore water for halibut and salmon or enjoy the beauty of a pristine mountain river from an inflatable kayak or river raft. Pursue Coho salmon on the fly in Clayoquot Sound or learn to fish on a scenic family fishing tour. There are so many exciting opportunities near Tofino that multiple fishing days are recommended! Tuna fishing is an exciting emerging fishery on Vancouver Island.
Our guests get the chance to target salmon, halibut, bottom fish and crabs during full and half day fishing charters aboard Tofino's finest sportfishing boat – our 27' Pursuit offshore vessel.
|The village of Tofino, BC offers a range of amenities including a variety of accommodation options, quality dining establishments, and plenty of activities to enrich your Tofino fishing charter experience.
Spot Prawns, Dungeness Crab, Salmon, tours and hotsprings. Enjoy the calm, scenic waters of Clayoquot Sound this winter and at the end of the day dine on fresh, wild Dungeness Crab and Spot Prawns. Winter Chinook Salmon trolling and Rock Fish jigging can be incorporated into your day. Learn more
Year round Freshwater fishing
Steelhead, Trout, flyfishing instruction
. Fly in and drift a remote wilderness river, walk-and-wade a local stream. Have a look at our freshwater fishing options, it's hard to beat a good day on the river. Freshwater fishing page
This week on the water
September is a great time to get out and enjoy a day fishing Coho Salmon in the calm waters of Clayoquot Sound. There are some real beauties out there right now in and around the shallow sandbars and remote islands. The time is right to get one of these acrobatic fish on the fly. See a whale and pull the crab trap on the way in. Interested? 250.266.0587
September 14th, 2017
Join us this September and enjoy a relaxing day of Coho fishing in the scenic waters of Clayoquot Sound. Trolling for Coho (Silver) Salmon on a bucktail fly is arguably the most exciting sport fishery in the area. Lingcod, and halibut are still great offshore options. Fall is the best time of year to join us on a freshwater fly in. Amazing scenery and good fishing to boot.
September 1st, 2017
Time to get out on the water and enjoy some great salmon action. During the past week our anglers have enjoyed the best Chinook salmon fishing of the season with fish both Offshore and in the Wilf Rock area. The Coho bite has turned on in the calm, scenic waters of the Sound this past week. We hooked several in the past couple days on the bucktail, hard to beat a 10 pound Coho kart wheeling along the surface on an #8 fly rod!
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August 20th, 2017
Tofino Fishing Reports
September - October 2017
Aug 31, 2017
September is arguably the best weather month of the year in the Tofino. The summer fog and westerly winds dissipate while the North Pacific winter low pressure system has yet to grip the region.
Aug 20, 2017
The fog is in and so are the Chinook Salmon (Kings). Your best chance at a 'Tyee', a 30 pound plus Chinook, is almost certainly during the month of August.
May - June 2017
Apr 12, 2017
Take advantage of the early summer season this year. Salmon begin running past Tofino in numbers during April, often pausing their migration to feed on the plentiful needle fish and herring on the banks of the
February - April 2017
Jan 11, 2017
Early Spring is a great time to get out on the water, get some fresh seafood for dinner, view the whales as they return to the north and maybe even hit the local hot springs for a soak. Winter 'Feeder' Chinook (Kings) mix with mature early run salmon presenting good options for the Tofino Angler.
September Outlook 2016
Jul 16, 2016
Pending regulation changes will allow us near shore access to West Coast Vancouver Island Chinook traveling towards Robertson Creek and the Nitinat River for the first time in close to a decade. DFO stock scientists are estimating a run of WCVI Chinook of around 250,000 returning this August and September. Local areas such as Wilf Rock and Wya Point will be open to allow recreational anglers access to these sizable Chinook (King) salmon.