FAQ



    1. What should I bring on a charter ?

    Clothing and footwear is important for a comfortable and enjoyable day. We recommend dressing in layers and remember it is always cooler on the water than on land. Call or email the day or two before a trip and check local weather.

    "things to bring" – sunscreen, sunglasses (polarized), hat, jacket, camera.

     

  • Is lunch or beverages included ?
  •  Bottled water and ice onboard is included. Feel free to bring your favorite snacks and non-alcoholic beverages.

     

  • Do I need a Fishing Licence ?
  • Yes. Resident and non-resident fishing licences are available at local issuers throughout the province and All Canadian Tire Store outlets.

    It is recommended to obtain a licence before the day of the charter.

     

  • Can I take fish home ?
  • Yes, depending on the species and size regulations on the water being fished,  It is recommended to bring a cooler if you wish to take your catch home.


     NOTE:  We practice "Selective Harvest" . We keep the small to medium sized fish for table fare. These are the best quality eating fish in terms of both taste and health. Larger "trophy" fish, which are usually the females of the species, are released as they are critical to the future populations.

     

  • Can I get a trophy mounted ?
  • Yes, we can recommend a number of companies who can provide an excellent replica mount. We will also provide you with digital photos of any fish that you request. The best "wall mount" is a blow-up photo of you holding your trophy just before you release it to fight another day.


    6. Can I bring my own rods and tackle ?

    Feel free to bring your own gear. ReelPro Guide Services does not accept any liability for any loss or damage.


    7. Can I bring children ?

    Yes, taking a child fishing can be a great experience for everyone. We require one adult per child on charters, with a maximum of 2 children. Minimum age is 6 years old. We will also only do half day charters for children under 12 years old. Residents of Canada under 18 years of age, in possession of a birth Certificate, do not require a fishing licence.


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