Packages Offered

  • Instructed
  • $4995 CAD
    4 Day 3 Night
  • $5495CAD
    5 Day 4 Night

  • All Instructed anglers receive 5 hours of on-water fishing instruction each full day of their trip. We’ll have you up and running each day and you’re free to come and go all other times. You can do it!

    *Prices listed are per person

  • Fully Guided
  • $5295 CAD
    4 Day 3 Night
  • $5895 CAD
    5 Day 4 Night

  • All Fully-Guided anglers receive a minimum 10 hours of our experienced fishing guides undivided attention. You’ll enjoy the best in fishing tips & tricks – so sit back, relax and let us look after you!

    *Prices listed are per person

Prices Listed as Canadian Funds

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The Best BC Fishing Experience

King Pacific Lodge was created from a passion for Sport Fishing, scenic BC Nature and delivering exceptional customer service.

All packages include:

        • Return airfare Vancouver to the Lodge
        • Deluxe double occupancy accommodation with private bathroom/shower.
        • Gourmet Meals; Dinner served with complementary beer and wine.
        • Unlimited use of our fishing boats and equipment including all tackle, bait, waterproof outerwear and fishing boots.
        • Professional catch care featuring fish fillet, cutting, vacuum packaging and freezing/crating for your return flight.

The Fishy Fine Print…

Additional charges include: GST; a tax applied to all goods and services in Canada. 5% for CDN and 2.5% for US residents.

Hotel tax – charged in BC for the hotel portion of the trip $30 for 3 night and $40 for 4 night trips.

Conservation fee: $37 provided directly to Pacific Salmon Foundation and Sport Fishing Institute.

Energy Surcharge is applied to offset our transportation fuel surcharges: $76.

Fishing licenses – are usually $30 – $40 and MUST be purchased prior to your trip online or upon check-in computer.

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Gratuities are common at the lodge and pooled among all Lodge staff. Guides, Instructors and our Massage Therapist, are independent of the lodge staff and retained individually.

Once at the lodge, we do have retail items such as gifts, sundries and alcoholic beverages you may purchase at respectful prices. Internet and telephone are free.



Our “Instructed” fishing option provides the best of both worlds: The freedom to fish self guided on your own schedule and the value of on water assistance shared by one of our friendly Instructors. Each full day, your on-water Instructor will be available for a specific 5 hours of fishing. Typically, each instructor is assigned two groups of anglers and two boats. Their time is shared accordingly and based on the level of angler experience.

Need a touch up on your fishing techniques? Take advantage of the first days orientation and look forward to the camaraderie and local knowledge shared with you each day after.

Safety is top priority. After ensuring you are familiar with your boats safe operation, we’ll take you to the hot spots and review everything you need for a successful adventure. This includes bait and lure presentation, operation of rods, reels and downriggers – and how to land a fish effectively. Wildlife will be abundant and we’ll also share what we’ve learned about local ecology, environment and ocean conditions.



You’ve invested and we’ll deliver. With safety as our top priority, KING PACIFIC fishing guides are all Transport Canada certified.

They’re knowledgeable, courteous and most of all love fishing!

Our guides are responsible for your entire fishing experience and will attend to every detail on the water. Their role is to ensure you understand the very basics if fishing will mentor you through to perfection.

Fishing and ocean conditions can change quickly and our guides will respond. Expect regular communication with all of our other boats to ensure we’re part of the action. Our team is on the water to produce and you’ll be engaged in this experience!


Prior to Your Trip

Should you decide to stay in Vancouver before or after your fishing adventure, please consider our partner hotels, all close to the Vancouver South Terminal.

Guests should arrive at Vancouver’s South Terminal at 7:30-7:45am for check in and our aircraft will be departing at 8:40 and 9:15am. Look for the WEST Sport Fishing Banner near the Pacific Coastal Airlines counter. Flight time is 1hour 20minutes to Bella Bella. Helicopters will whisk you into the lodge after a 20 minute loading time in Bell Bella.

Upon arrival at the lodge, you will be greeted by our crew and your bags will be taken to your room. Enjoy the view, a quick meal, and be prepared to attend a quick orientation to review fishing and safety related items. We’ll have you on the water as quickly as possible.

Should you experience anything at all which causes concern please let us know right away. A lost bag has often contained the luckiest of lures!

During Your Stay

The typical day will start with an early morning wake up. (Did we mention 4:30am?) Not to worry, if a little later works better for you the fish will wait and the coffee will stay hot.

A hot breakfast will be served starting one hour prior to daybreak. Boats are typically off the dock just prior to daybreak and as soon as it’s safe to navigate.

You may pack a lunch and several snacks as you may choose to stay on the water over lunch. We’ll stay in touch and lunch will always be available from 11:30 to 1:30 at the lodge. We’ll even deliver!

After an awesome day on the water, we’ll look forward to seeing you for dinner. Each trip our Chef and Fish Master will work to determine the best time for dinner based on the premium fishing times. Look for some flexibility in this schedule often between 5 and 8pm

How To Pack

Our flights are very convenient and our partner carriers are extremely careful with you and your belongings.

We ask your baggage be soft sided and limited to no more than 25 pounds per person. Should you have a need for more, please let us know in advance and we’ll try to help.

Please note: Carry on baggage is restricted on all of our flights – Do not plan on keeping carry on baggage with you. It may be checked instead.

Upon departure, we’ll do our best to ensure all of your catch arrives with you in Vancouver. The waterproof fish boxes will weigh no more than 50 pounds each. Many guests choose to have their catch custom processed and we’ll arrange to ship this fish directly to the cannery or smokehouse on your behalf.

What to Pack

  • Layered Clothing
  • Warm Socks
  • Comfortable Shoes
  • Swimsuit or Shorts
  • Sunscreen and Sunglasses
  • Prescription medications
  • Seasickness remedies
  • Camera, film and batteries
  • Walking shoes
  • Light Long underwear
  • Your favorite lure or fishing reel!


To Lodge

There are two departing aircraft and two departing aircraft times: You will be advised prior to your trip what departure you will be on

Check in 7:30am and 7:45

Wheels up: 8:40am and 9:15

Fishing by: 12:00 noon and 12:45

From Lodge

Fish until 8:30am and 9:30am for the second flight

Depart lodge at 10:45am and 12:00noon

Arrive at Vancouver 1:30pm and 2:45pm

**US Connecting flights must be booked after 2.5 – 3 hours after YVR arrival.


The 2018 King Pacific Lodge season will run during June, July, August and early September. Please note, our occupancy will be 34 guests in 2018.

Changeover days are Monday and Friday

June 11-15 (5day 4night)

June 15-18 (4day 3night)

June 18-22 (5day 4night)

June 22-25 (4day 3night)

June 25-29 (5day 4night)

June 29-02 (4day 3night)

July 02-06 (5day 4night)

July 06-09 (4day 3night)

July 09-13 (5day 4night)

July 13-16 (4day 3night)

July 16-20 (5day 4night)

July 20-23 (4day 3night)

July 23-27 (5day 4night)

July 27-30 (4day 3night)

July 30-03 (5day 4night)

August 03-06 (4day 3night)

August 06-10 (5day 4night)

August 10-13 (4day 3night)

August 13-17 (5day 4night)

August 17-20 (4day 3night)

August 20-24 (5day 4night)

August 24-27 (4day 3night)

August 27-31 (5day 4night)

August 31-03 (4day 3night)

September 03-07 (5day 4night)