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Located in the ‘Salmon Capital of the World’, Painter’s Lodge is a world-famous resort in a breathtaking natural setting.
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Three nights accommodation, three half day guided fishing trips, fishing equipment and activities as specified.
Daily, 18 May - 27 Sep '19
Visit the 'Salmon Capital of the World', Campbell River, and stay at an iconic fishing lodge, located in unspoiled wilderness on the banks of Discovery Passage. Explore Toba Inlet to watch for Grizzly bears, go whale watching for the rare chance to witness Orcas in a stunningly beautiful setting or choose to take a scenic helicopter (additional charge) flight over Quadra Island.
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Guided fishing excursions
Stay at the famous Painter’s Lodge Resort
‘Salmon Capital of the World’
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Painter’s Lodge is located in beautiful Campbell River, nestled on the pristine shores of Vancouver Island. This is where breathtaking scenery, vibrant marine life and the laid-back pace of the island come together to create an incredible experience. Painter’s Lodge combines outdoor adventure and first class service in the midst of a stunning natural locale. The lodge features a heated pool, tennis courts and hot tubs.
Set off in a 17-foot Boston Whaler and fish the Discovery Passage with a veteran guide, a BC salmon fishing expert with deep knowledge of the region. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced angler, your guide can set the hooks, offer new tips and techniques and help you reel in the catch you’ve been waiting for. You will be provided with all the equipment you need to enjoy your time on the water.
After a successful day of fishing, take the water shuttle to April Point Resort, to indulge in a spa treatment or rent a kayak.
See Day 2 for today's itinerary.
Check out of the resort and transfer to your next destination.
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