Kyuquot Fishing Blog
DFO’s Salmon Outlook document is encouraging, at a minimum the management regime will remain the same
Fish retention, improved. Chinook and coho regs allow the same retention as last year. Halibut and ling cod regs more favourable. A report from KBH head guide Jeremy Maynard.
A tale of a catch that was the first of my lifetime as a guide.
View KHB 2021 booking availability. Anticipate fish returns and regulations similar to 2020. Many clients have a established a booking date.
Chinook, halibut, lingcod at levels we have always had the pleasure of during our past 27 years. Lots of fishing action, gourmet meals in a wilderness setting.
Check out the Tyee Club video. A fantastic pursuit.
Fall and winter in the creeks as we look at natures results. One eloquent streamkeeper’s perspective
Boats spend a lot of time in the water, but when boats get onto a trailer the really interesting stuff happens
This blog comes straight from the heart of Ava B. She is a city kid that sheds her busy life every summer to make memories at Kyuquot.
The strike! Get it right. Too hard on a short line and you break the line or rip the lips off the fish!
Have you checked your anchor lately? Sometimes this critical piece of equipment is overlooked
Fishing the open ocean can be trying if “tossing your cookies” is your primary activity. Most people have a limit
Kyuquot Beach House guides live in the stern. Facing their stern, facing clients, able to engage in face-to-face conversation while staying in control