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True Key Adventures Fishing Charters

At any time of the year you can get out to prime Sooke fishing grounds in mere minutes from our home at Sooke Harbour Resort & Marina. Our guide will put you where you need to be for an unforgettable day of fishing for salmon, halibut, cod and crab – depending on the time of year of course!

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Contact Information
Phone: 778-352-3474
Email Address: charters@truekey.ca
Address:
6971 West Coast Road, V9Z0V1
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FISHING CHARTERS AND TOURS IN SOOKE, BC

Your Top Choice for Sooke Fishing…

  • You’ll enjoy a clean, comfortable, warm and safe environment
  • You’ll get right into the action – no wasting time troubleshooting or fixing the boat
  • Family friendly and professionally certified

The boat, ‘Seas the Moment’, is ideal for Sooke fishing groups of up to 4 people and our guide, Bob, has over 14 years of experience in the Sooke area.  Got a group of more than 4? We’ve got you covered! Let us know your party size and we’ll take care of the rest. Our Sooke fishing charters are family friendly, a great way to connect with friends or family, say thank you to clients, or reward staff or team members. Whatever your reason, whatever the season – put us in charge of the fishing and you won’t be disappointed.

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