“I wanted to send you a great big thanks for the trip. It was amazing. Both dad and I had an amazing trip we’ll remember forever.”
Nicholas Schubert – Calgary
“Thanks again for a wonderful experience at your end of the world. We made all the connections and our fish got home frozen. If there was a 40# spring I don’t know where I would put it! I am interested in trying again next year so will get my dates cleared up and be back in touch.”
Paul Batchelder – California
“My husband Toby and I did a one day charter with Tides&Tales last summer, and we had such a great trip that we would like to book again this year.”
Tanya Millage – Vancouver
“Our trip to Port Hardy. With Harvey’s Uncle John and Gilda. Loved it, loved it, loved it. Can’t wait till next year. Learned alot, thanks Mike.”
Andree & Harvey – Alberta
“Just a quick note to thank you again for your wonderful hospitality during our stay.The fishing was suburb, exciting, exhilerating and thrilling to say the least and your professionalism only added to the experience. We couldnt have felt more welcome, and everyone was so nice.”
Bob Laramie – Dunville Ontario
“Whenever my chums ask me about Canada, do I tell them of the bears and whales that I saw, do I tell them of the beautiful rivers, lakes and waterfalls, do I tell them of the mountains and eagles, do I mention the trees…..the trillions of trees? Do I tell them about the humming birds and the huge size of the portions of food? Do I tell tham how clean Canada is and how ‘polite’ the folks are? Yes I do……but only after I tell them that I went fishing with you! That magical morning will stay with me forever.
Elizabeth Anderson – London, England
“Just thought I would drop you a line to let you know how much I appreciated the effort that you made to make our (Chris and Stan) trip a great experience. Yes even the Sea Sickness did not detract.
The variety of fishing and the variety of species that were caught were all great experiences. At least once each week I am reminded of the great trip when we enjoy some of the fish that were caught.”
Stan Storwick – Osoyoos, British Columbia