Welcome To Island Sportfishing!
Experience guided trophy salmon
fishing and world class flyfishing on Vancouver Island.
Island Sportfishing offers world class Saltwater and
freshwater fishing adventures in the beautiful Comox Valley
and West Coast Vancouver Island.
Comox Valley is recognized as the "
Recreation Capital of Canada" with year
round fishing, golfing, and boating in the
heart of our spectacular coastal
surroundings. West coast Nootka Island
offers unsurpassed salmon fishing and
wildlife viewing. In a true wilderness
setting, hunt open ocean Coho salmon on the fly, mooch for
trophy Chinook- king salmon and bottom fish,
or enjoy incredible wildlife on a marine Eco-Tour. Your
custom package can range from a 1/2 day trip
to a multi day wilderness adventure.
The Comox Valley is serviced daily from both Vancouver and Calgary International airports. Vehicular ferry service between Vancouver and Nanaimo, and Vancouver and Victoria operates numerous times daily. A scenic drive on the Vancouver Island Highway will have you in the Comox Valley within a couple of
hours. Enjoy the tranquil local waters between here and Campbell
River or venture west to our rugged Pacific
coast. Whether spoiling yourself at an Oceanside Resort &
Spa, relaxing at
a West Coast Floating Lodge,
or camping at a West
Coast Campground, you can experience
B.C.`s finest fishing.
|A satisfied customer:
In addition to offering a varietyof summer
Saltwater flyfishing opportunities,Steve specializes in
fall sight fishing and beach casting for wild coho.
In my experience, there is nothing more exciting
than a bright, wild, powerful coho salmon surging at
the end of your line, on a tiny #10 streamer. When
the fish are hitting, the action is fast and
furious! Steve knows where to find the schools of
staging salmon, what flies to use, and how to
present them. I have fished with him two consecutive
years, and look forward to many more. In addition to
being an excellent guide, he is a genuinely nice
guy, and a delight to spend some time with. He knows
when to offer helpful advice, and when to stay quiet
and let you figure things out for yourself. Over the
years I have fished with about ten guides, in the
lower 48, Alaska, and BC, and my time with Steve has
been the mos! t enjoyable and productive. He is
definitely #1 in my book.
Thatcher Beaty - Spokane, WA