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Mark Grant’s Salmon Charters

Let Mark Grant take you on a Vancouver Island Salmon or Halibut fishing adventure of a lifetime. Whether you're a first time fisherman or the most experienced saltwater angler, Mark has the know-how to make your fishing trip one to remember!

Contact Information
Phone: (250) 642-3904
Email Address: mark@markgrantfishing.com
Address:
8760 West Coast Road, Sooke, BC, Canada
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Let Mark Grant take you on a Vancouver Island Salmon or Halibut fishing adventure of a lifetime. Whether you’re a first time fisherman or the most experienced saltwater angler, Mark has the know-how to make your fishing trip one to remember!

Mark is a very experienced skipper & guide. He’s been fishing virtually all his life, and guiding in the Strait of Juan de Fuca on Southern Vancouver Island for more than 30 years. He is noted for his ability to catch “Trophy Salmon” and has the knowledge and experience to help you land a big one.

Let Mark Grant take you on a Vancouver Island Salmon or Halibut fishing adventure of a lifetime.

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