Welcome to Saltwater Fishing Destinations
The Rodgers Fishing Lodge Reservations Specialists!
Fly In – Drive In – Bring Your Own Boat!
You’ll truly appreciate the value our ideal location offers with a backdrop of tall mountain peaks, cascading waterfalls, sparkling ocean waters, pristine beaches, abundant marine wildlife, fresh air and of course fantastic fishing. Our location is what Super Natural Beautiful British Columbia is all about.
Rodgers Fishing Lodge consists of eight float houses, providing our guests with comfortable sleeping accommodations and a wonderful dining and lounging area with a wood-burning stove.
Our huge floating deck with amazing waterfront views, barbecues and large covered social area is conveniently situated just outside the main guest house and float houses.
We have created an intimate, relaxed atmosphere and our goal is to do everything possible to ensure that our guests experience an enjoyable and memorable outdoor adventure. Whether or not you have your own boat or equipment, Rodgers will provide you with whatever you need to have that relaxing, fun filled fishing holiday you truly deserve.
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For 100 years the Rodgers family has been sportfishing in British Columbia.
It began in 1912 when Doug’s Grandfather, (Joseph) first towed a string of six rowboats from Kitsilano Beach in Vancouver out to Horseshoe Bay in West Vancouver, where he began Rodgers Boat rentals. Joseph had bought 2000 feet of prime waterfront which eventually housed a hotel and a large dance hall. They built all of their own row boats and had the first put – puts on the BC coast.
During the 30’s and 40’s, Doug’s Dad, Howard, rented and chartered boats to sports fisherman looking to land the big one! As well, Howard ran the first water taxi service with his famous boat the Commadore. He serviced places like Britannia Mines, Woodfibre, Port Mellon and Squamish. Twenty nine years ago, Doug started his own charter business in Campbell River. What began as Shoreline Charters with one Boston Whaler and one guide (Doug) grew into Anchor Inn Charters with 17 boats and guide