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Fantastic fishing aboard our 29 foot diesel open fisherman for Halibut, Salmon and bottom fish. Offshore or Inshore from May 15th. through September 15th. Video recording of your trip available.
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Marine Education and Retreat Centre. Waterfront self-contained cottages and two bedroom house. Meals on request, fishing packages & adventure touring aboard the 30 ft. Coastal Rover. Inter-tidal field trips, kayaking, moorage, BBQ's, Boarwalk...
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Newly renovated cabins, each cabin with deck and barbecue,fully equipped kitchenettes. Fishing Packages for Salmon and Halibut in Barkley sound and offshore. Guided sightseeing tours, kayaking and day hiking easily arranged. West Coast Trail hikers...
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Thank you for visiting our site. La Villa is located in the small fishing community of Bamfield, on the beautiful west coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Here you can enjoy sport fishing, hiking the breathtaking beaches, exploring the...
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Waterfront cottages on the west side of Bamfield. Charter fishing, kayaking, marine tours, moorage, fish care facilities. Full kitchens, BBQ's and fireplaces in each cottage. Visa and Mastercard accpepted.
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Sea-based educational adventures in marine natural history and ecology offering sailing and diving vacations exploring Barkley Sound and the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. Accommodations and great West Coast cooking aboard large, modern sailing...
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Experience the best fishing the West Coast has to offer when you fish from Bamfield with Rocky Point. Fishing Barkley Sound or the offshore waters all year for huge Salmon, Halibut, and bottom fish.
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Located in quiet Grappler inlet in Bamfield on the West Coast of Vancouver Island. The Seabeam Fishing Resort has an incredible history and fish stories going back too as early as 1949. Staying at the Lodge is a very relaxing experience with all the...
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Daily, scheduled passenger ferry in Pacific Rim National Park connecting Ucluelet and Bamfield. The Seaway Express travels though the Broken Islands to the Westcoast Trail with whalewatching and wildlife viewing along the way. Dogs, kayaks, bikes and...
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Explore BC at its wildest. The natural abundance of fish, clean air, pristine waters, and spectacular accommodations make British Columbia fishing resorts some of the most desirable in the world.