Fishing Charters Victoria

A Family Fishing Charter Starts
with Captain Ron

You might see marine wildlife such as eagles, seals
and occassionally Orca whales.

Some frequently asked questions about a family fishing trip...

What should I bring and wear? Everything you need to fish with is provided. You need to bring a lunch, camera, binoculars, sunscreen, sunglasses, warm clothes and soft soled shoes. If you forget anything, let us know, we usually have some spares on the boat. If it might rain you should bring rain gear, but the cabin is covered and you can go inside anytime. It's best to dress in layers so you can peel some off when it gets warm, or put some on if it cools off.

Will we still go if the weather is bad? If the water is too rough for safety we will reschedule or cancel. If it's raining, we'll still go. The boat has a covered and heated cabin so you can get out of the rain if necessary. Around here we can't let a little rain stop us.

How far out do we go to fish? The Strait of Juan de Fuca is protected waters with no ocean swells. You will be fishing within sight of land, a mile or less off shore. The average travel time to the fishing grounds is 15 to 30 minutes.

How old do you have to be to fish? All ages are welcome. We have taken people from 1 year to 95 years of age.

How long does the trip last? Standard trips last up to six hours from check in time till you return to the dock. We offer 4 hour trips for those so inclined. All charters can be structured to meet your time schedule.

What is the maximum number of people on the boat? The boat is comfortable with six passengers but large enough to handle a few more.

Read more Frequently Asked Questions on our Serious Fishing page.


Captain Ron's Charters
Sooke, B.C., Canada


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