What a beautiful spot to stay during our time in Victoria. Wathcing the birds and the hot tub were the highlights.  The room was...
- Henrie, Christine and Bella
The adventures of Guy & Victoria Kenison continue. After being out of the room for less than 20 minutes we decided to go...
- Guy & Victoria Kenison
Thank you so much for a restful vacation. We had been so busy this summer entertaining guests in our home and doing volunteer work....
- Gene and Susan Benavente
Eleven months later and we had returned for more glorious Vancouver Island experiences, not the least of which is a stay at Birds of a...
- Rolland and Rachel Weilberg
Thank you for such a wonderful room. The view is outstanding and my boys loved their loft bedroom. I enjoyed petting Mac- such a...
- Teresa, Bill, Malachi & Owen
WOW! Despite the fact that I've been looking forward to my stay here for quite some time, you have both exceeded my expectations....
- Ryan
What a beautiful place! This stay far exceeded our expectations. The only complaint we have is that we were only able to stay for...
- The Graneks
Just as good as the website! No!- Better. Lots of rain and low cloud but this did not stop us from going to the Fort and Light house....
- Kathy and Steve
Great accomodations and food. Vancouver Island is fabulous. Thanks for all your advice.
- Pete
In June we were married 25 years and planned to celebrate the occasion at Birds of a Feather. The day before we were to leave home...
- Diane & Gary




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The West Coast of Vancouver Island provides some of the best Salmon fishing in the world.  There are a large variety of species to pursue and we also have the longest fishing season of anywhere in British Columbia. This is due primarily to the early run of huge Chinook Salmon that pass through the area in early May, and the fishing remains strong until late November when the last of the big Northern Coho come through. The early Chinooks reach weights of 40 to 60 pounds, and the summer runs, which also reach the 50 pound mark stay in the area until late September.


By early August the Coho appear, first as small 3 to 5 pounders, and reaching 20+ pounds by October. These fish provide outstanding sport fishing with tremendous strength and incredible aerobatics!

As well as exceptional Salmon fishing, the West Coast also provides great Halibut, Lingcod, and Red Snapper fishing. Halibut up to 150 pounds are caught yearly in our local waters, and provide hour-long, arm-wrenching contests! The peak season for these monsters starts in early February and stays consistent throughout the Summer. There is lots of BC Fishing to do!

We also recommend you read up on fly fishing, it can be a lot of fun.

Even in December and January fishing is good with comparatively warm weather and steady action for Winter-Springs.

No matter when you make it out, the West Coast provides excellent fishing all year round!