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Halibut Fishing Vancouver Island, BC

Fishing for Halibut in BC Wondering when and where to head out halibut fishing in BC? Our guides at Eagle Nook Resort have you covered. Check out our latest blog post for some helpful tips and tricks for making your next halibut fishing excursion a huge success. What does a Halibut Look Like? First off, […]

How to Can Salmon

Canning Your Catch: How to Can Your Own Salmon So you want to can your own salmon? Picture this: you’ve spent two full days out on the Pacific Ocean catching tons of salmon and now you don’t know what to do with it all! It’s every fisherman’s dream, and one that is made easier to […]

Lings, Springs Eagles

Today marks 1 month until Eagle Nook Resort’s  regular season opening  on June 15th, and to mark the occasion we’re running a Father’s Day Special June 15th – 18th. Early season fishing has been great around Victoria  as well as up in Barkley Sound, and  an unbeatable deal is the perfect excuse to plan a […]

Sunny Days Salmon Fishing

The beginning of May means that there’s less than 3 weeks until we move up to the resort for the summer, and just over a month until we open our doors for the 2017 season. This year our opening weekend happens to coincide with Father’s Day on June 18th and in the spirit of celebrating […]

Spring is Coming and That Means Fishing Season

March on the West Coast means spring is on it’s way, and it’s been a cold, wet and sometimes snowy winter on Vancouver Island so we’re definitely looking forward to warmer weather and longer days. One major indication that spring is just around the corner is the herring spawn which has started all  along the […]

Canada’s West Coast Fishing News

In west coast fishing news, the Department of Fisheries announced a coast wide halibut fishery opening effective as of February 1st after the International Pacific Halibut Commission meetings in January. Initially it was  proposed that Canada’s halibut catch limits in 2017 be reduced around 25% from last year, however that outlook changed after reps from […]

An Unforgettable Fishing Adventure Awaits…

Guests from Seattle and beyond can take full advantage of the strong US Dollar this summer with a Premium  Fishing  Package including round trip floatplane transfers right from Seattle with Kenmore Air. Let Eagle Nook Resort and Lucky Sportfishing create an unforgettable west coast getaway for you this summer. Our exclusive package features… return flights […]

Wildlife Viewing in the Pacific Rim – Whales, Bears, Eagles and Salmon

While all across the nation Canada is abound with natural beauty and wildlife, the rugged Pacific Rim is considered by many to be the ultimate destination. Every summer  thousands of visitors from around the world flock to the west coast of Vancouver Island to experience untouched coastline, close encounters with wildlife and world class fishing, […]

Mya Deryan and the Ancient Art of Fish Rubbing

Eagle Nook Resort is one of few resorts on the west coast with an Artist-in-Residence, and probably the only one whose Artist specializes in fish rubbing, or Gyotaku as it’s traditionally called. Mya Deryan has spent her last four summers at Eagle Nook creating custom artwork for guests and staff alike. Her unique art form […]

The Legendary Tyee Salmon

The Meaning of ‘Tyee’ as it Pertains to Fish Let’s start with the answers to What is a Tyee fish? and What is the meaning of Tyee? According to Wikipedia, it’s simply another of the many names for a Chinook salmon which include king salmon, spring salmon, Quinnat salmon in addition to Tyee salmon. But […]

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