Say “Aloha” to Hakai Pass. Nicknamed “Hawaii Pass,” Hakai Pass is home to hundreds of small islands and remote, white sand beaches where the only tracks you’ll find have been left by wolves and other local wildlife. The area is also home to huge Chinook and Coho Salmon plus many species of Bottom fish. The varied coastline and sea beds here provide unique and challenging fishing for anglers of all stripes.
|REGION:Cariboo / Chilcotin Coast|
|SUB REGION: River's Inlet|
|SPECIES:Salmon, Fin Fish|
|CONDITIONS:Both inshore and open ocean conditions. Weather varies by season and is typical for a coastal temperate rainforest.|
|ACCESSIBILITY:Remote. Flights from Port Hardy, Prince Rupert and Vancouver.|
|GUIDED:Self-Guided, Certified Tidal Angling Guide|
|SERVICES:Services and amenities vary by lodge. On-shore and floating services available to boaters.|
|EXPERIENCES:Unique microclimates make the area a paradise for botanists. Kayaking is very popular. Also hiking, camping and wildlife viewing.|
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Wind southeast 5 to 15 knots except northeasterly outflow 15 to 20 near the mainland inlets overnight and Tuesday morning.
*No guarantees about the correctness of this tidal data.