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Moutcha Bay, British Columbia Fishing Resort
Moutcha Bay Resort is located at the mouth of the Conuma River, just 40 minutes west of Gold River, in beautiful, sheltered Nootka Sound. Newly constructed for the 2011 season, Moutcha Bay Resort is designed to provide a unique collection of products and services not otherwise available in this wilderness area.
A spacious, contemporary resort, Moutcha Bay offers world-class fishing in sheltered, deep waters, abundant wildlife and adventure just outside our door. Inquire about our resort, chalet and yurt accommodations as well as RV and tent camping sites.
Get to the best fishing
by land, sea or air
Moutcha Bay Resort is easily accessible by car, float plane or wheeled plane. Most visitors choose to drive with the beautiful ocean, lake and forest scenery being an extra added bonus. The roads that access the resort are RV and boat friendly. Regular scheduled flight services are offered at Campbell River (2 hours by car), Comox (2.5 hours by car). Seaplane service is available from Seattle, Vancouver, Campbell River, Comox, Gold River and many other locations by charter.
Our helpful travel information page provides all the necessary information and links to transportations providers.
From ocean fishing for prized chinook and coho salmon, halibut, lingcod and rockfish in the prolific waters of Nootka Sound, to fly fishing for salmon, trout and steelhead in the nearby rivers and estuaries, Moutcha Bay Resort offers a smorgasbord of world class choices for the fishing enthusiast. Moutcha Bay Resort is truly the beginning of Nootka Sound on Vancouver Island, offering a wide range of world-class sport fishing, prawning and crabbing opportunities.
Highly sought chinook and coho salmon are plentiful from April to October; halibut, lingcod and yellow eye rockfish are abundant off shore. We are just starting to explore the myriad freshwater opportunities presented at Moutcha Bay each fall. Complete solitude, pristine wilderness and great fishing offer keen river anglers an unforgettable experience.
Build your perfect package, from fully-guided to bringing your own boat.
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