Celebrating 20 Years of Fishing Charters!
All prices are for up to 4 guests and include fuel, bait/tackle, 3 meals prepared daily, and private accommodations. After a day of fishing, enjoy a good night's rest aboard our 50ft sleeping and dining yacht while anchored in a picturesque bay.
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- 3 days/nts for $5,850 CAD
- 4 days/nts for $7,400 CAD
- 5 days/nts for $9,250 CAD
- More than 4 guests: $350 per extra person, per day
What are our fishing charters like?
Your fishing charter leaves the Government dock at Rushbrook floats at approximately 4pm the day before. On the way out of the harbour we make a stop to pick up our crab traps and head North. On our charters, there is no traveling back and forth to town every day, booking hotels, and wasting valuable fishing time. As you get settled in on Rusalka, our floating bed and breakfast hotel, you are on your way to the fishing grounds about 4 miles from the U.S. Alaskan border. Enjoy your first sunset at the fishing grounds!
The following morning the Captain will show you how to run the gear and how to net, then it's off to fishing after an early morning breakfast. Depending on the weather and tides, we start fishing for salmon, halibut, or cod. As salmon are caught we will show you how to clean them and then put them on ice. Cleaning the fish immediately helps attracting more fish by chumming with the leftovers. It also allows us to fish longer since we don't have to clean fish at the end of the day. Don't worry, cleaning your own salmon is easier than you think. The Captain will filet halibut for you.
At the end of each day you will enjoy Rusalka's enclosed sunroom while dinner is prepared for you. You'll eat well on our charters! Dinners usually consist of salmon, halibut, ribeye and tenderloin steaks, ribs, and whatever crab we catch in the pots. For breakfast there are poached or scrambled eggs, omelets, sausages, ham, bacon, hash browns, cereal, bread & jam, as well as coffee, milk, and tea. On the last day of your charter we will head back to Prince Rupert, stopping once more to check the crab pots. By early afternoon we are docked and you can get a start on your journey back home before it gets too dark.