Off Shore Fishing Tofino

Charter fishing for Salmon and Halibut

Target a variety of pacific salmon, giant halibut and voracious bottom-dwelling lingcod using Cleanline's advanced sportfishing techniques. The Offshore Experience offers awesome wildlife viewing opportunities and fantastic fishing adventures for first timers and experienced anglers alike. Great for corporate groups, families seeking adventure, or for those who wish to participate in a true west coast experience!

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Fresh Water Fishing Tofino

Experience Freshwater Fishing

Our freshwater experiences cover everything from private float plane access fishing adventures to walk-in wading trips. Our expert guides know the freshwater lakes and rivers that surround Tofino like the back of their hand. Our trip options can be tailored to experience level and budget.

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Tofino saltwater fly fishing experience

Fly Fishing for Pacific Salmon

In the pursuit of the mighty Pacific Coho or Chinook Salmon, fly-fishing enthusiasts will go for either 5 to 10 hour excursions. This trip will offer the thrill of playing fish with light tackle for those with experience or for those who would like to experience it for the first time. A one-on-one fly fishing lesson will be your option, or you may want to sit back and wait for the zing of the line!

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Inshore Family Friendly Fishing Tofino

Fun for the Whole Family

Great for families or for those who are new to the ocean and fishing. Drop the crab traps, learn how to fish for salmon, jig for bottom fish, or just take in the local scenery and experience some nearby wildlife—there's a good chance to see a whale, sea otter, seals, sea lions, eagles, or bears! Distances traveled are short, close by to Tofino and the flexibility of the private charter allows for varied entertainment for all ages.

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What they are Saying

We had an amazing family experience with Cleanline Fishing! Blake knew just how to keep the interest of our 2 and 4 year old as we pulled up all sorts of sea creatures in the crab traps.

— S. DesBrisay, Whistler BC