Dock Talk

Father-Son Fishing Adventures

Canadian Princess Resort - June 6, 2013

Nick Postnikaff and his two sons had a great Father-Son fishing trip with the Canadian Princess Resort.  They were fishing with Skipper Kyle on the Boston Whaler Outrage #5 when they caught a combination of salmon and halibut.   They caught 8 fish total!  These Alberta born boys will have a great bounty of fish to take home with them, perfect for backyard barbeques throughout the rest of the summer.

Shawn Postnikaff caught the halibut Catch of the Day with a fish weighing 21lbs-07oz.  Nick landed the salmon Catch of the Day with a 13lbs-03oz catch.  Photo top right: Nick, below: Shawn

Nick Postnikaff was married last year and had both of his sons stand up for him at the wedding. 

“Visiting this fishing resort was a thank-you present to my boys,” said Nick.  “So far it has been pretty amazing!”

The Postnikaff’s are avid fishermen.  Owning their own boats, they have been able to get out onto the water often and have a lot of fishing experience.  Even though they are no strangers to the rod and reel, this was their first time experiencing a fishing experience with the Canadian Princess Resort and they have enjoyed their time together here.

“The scenery is awesome, the food at the Canadian Princess is great, and the room we got is super nice.”  Nick continued, “We are very impressed with the resort.”

We are very impressed with your catch!  Thank you for choosing the Canadian Princess Resort.  We hope to see you again soon!

Guests can choose between 43’ or 52’ Delta Cruisers and 20’ Boston Whaler Outrages when they book their fishing charter with the Canadian Princess Resort.  Both charters will target salmon and halibut, or rock fish on an afternoon bottom fishing trip, and offer a fully guided fishing experience in the productive fishing banks offshore and within Barkley Sound.  All the gear you will need is provided, but if you prefer to bring your own ‘lucky rod’ we welcome that too! 

Learn more about booking your Fishing Charter at the Canadian Princess Resort. 

Tight Lines,

Amy Hancock