• “My family and I enjoyed the Howe Sound Sea Safari offered by Sewell’s Marina immensely! It was a blast seeing the wildlife, hearing the local stories from the guide and the boat ride itself was invigorating while we were tucked into our survival suits against the elements. This is truly an experience I would not want to miss!”

    Gabrielle Loren, West Vancouver, BC
  • “We rented a boat on a beautiful day – they gave us a great route to do for 2 hours. We had so much fun, and got to see the seals on the Pam Rocks, which was a very unique experience. All in all, wonderful, cheery, happy staff, who helped us have such a wonderful experience. I would recommend this to anyone, and has really made the Top 5 things we’ve done whilst here in Canada on our working holiday visa!”

    Annika, Vancouver, BC


  • “Amazing day on the water with our guide. He really knew his stuff and was patient with us as we were new to salmon fishing. We will definitely be back!”

    John, Calgary, AB
  • “I like to confirm our corporate outing was an absolutely amazing success – everybody was impressed & loved it much! I am convinced they still have their smile on their faces…So, many thanks to the team for making my event so perfect!”

    Kerstin, Langenhagen , Germany

Fishing Report

July 11th, 2017

Summer is here!

Fishing has really picked up in the last couple of days; with nice Chinook, Coho and Pink salmon starting to coming in. With some nice sized Chinook showing up (15-25 pounders), some amazing “silvers” (Coho) and the odd Pinks, July is proving to be an excellent month so far. As the month continues we expect to see an increase in the Pink Salmon fishery, which is a great fishery to get kids out fishing and excellent for the BBQ. Some of the hot spots have been Hole in the Wall, South end of Bowen (between Cowans Pt and Cape Roger Curtis), Seymour Bay and for those interested in venturing a little further on a charter; Thrasher Rock and Entrance Island. The optimal depth seems to be between 45 – 100 feet with either spoons or anchovies. Keep a good eye out for anchovy bait balls. Look for eagles and seals to help you spot them!

Great catch boys!

Tight lines,

The Sewell’s Team

Remember to get your fishing licenses online at:  https://www-ops2.pac.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/nrls-sndpp/index-eng.cfm

Annual licenses expire on March 31st from the 2016/2017 year. Get your 2017/2018 ones before heading out!



If you wish to retain salmon in any tidal waters:

– You must obtain a complimentary Tidal Water Sport Fishing licence AND purchase a salmon conservation stamp online: www.pac.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/sportfish

– Check daily, possession and size limits and closures online:


– All tidal area closures and recreational fishing limits and restrictions still apply.

– Record your catch on your license if you retain any Chinook.



If you already have a valid Tidal Waters Sport Fishing License, you must carry your license with you and record your catch in ink on your license for the species specified in your license conditions (halibut, lingcod, Chinook salmon).