The iconic King Pacific Lodge is now safely moored at is summer location within St. Johns Harbour. Anglers are now out on the water and fishing our favourite fishing areas of Milbanke Sound!
Ocean bright Chinook and Coho salmon are being weighed in from 15 to 24 pounds. Here, fish-cutter Ralph Chamberlain shows off one of the first Chinook of the season.
The weather has been a little chilly and our anglers are enjoying the evening fireside lounge, incredible meals and warm comfort of the modern and comfortable King Pacific Lodge.
We’ve been working hard over the winter to refine our lodge and fishing program and are ready for an exciting season.
Most of our 2016 trip dates have been sold out for months however its never too late to inquire about current season availability.
Fishing highlights include:
The introduction of the new Able “Moocher” salmon fishing reels to our fully guided fishing program. These exceptional, custom reels will complement our inventory of the Islander “MR-2” across our entire fleet.
|The addition of three new 22ft Northwest Aluminum craft boats. Typically run by our full time guides, these boats feature 150hp engines and plenty of room to fish. This adds to three others built for the 2015 season.|
Our entire fleet has been upgraded to the Lowrance 7inch “Chirp” Fish-Finder/GPS navigation system. These are easy to use and and extremely powerful tool to find the best fishing areas.
The 21ft Ironwood boats have been outfitted with new, custom anodized rod holders for both fishing and storing the quality rods provided by KPL and our guests personal rods.
Fish processing will now be completed within our new fishing processing room; located within our support barge. This Province of British Columbia licensed facility is now capable of cutting fish to smaller custom portions legally and within a controlled sanitary environment. As always, our custom fish processing is provided within the price of our trip packaging. Our new freezer holds temperature below -25!
|With our guests enjoyment in mind, we have refined our bar and lounge with some new artwork. Kwakwaka’wakw artist, Steve smith’s new piece “Ravens Envy” now towers within our fireside lounge.|
Should you be thinking of a trip to King Pacific Lodge and would like more information please contact us anytime. Most of our 2016 trip dates have been sold out for months however its never too late to inquire about current season availability.