Certified Tidal Angling Guide
All of Foggy Point Charter guides are either certified by or adhere to the standards of the Certified Tidal Angling Guide program (CTAG). The CTAG program was developed by stakeholders, government, the guiding community, the Industry Training Authority, and the Sport Fishing Institute of BC to establish best standards and practices for tidal water guides in coastal BC.
Sport Fishing Institute of British Columbia
The Sport Fishing Institute of BC is a non-profit society. Contributors and members are made up of a wide range of committed stakeholders including: fishing lodges, resorts, certified tidal angling guides, hotels, charter operators, manufacturers, distributors, tackle shops, dealers, boat marine manufacturers, regional airlines, individual anglers and key insurance industry organizations. Our common goals are to ensure sustainability of our natural resources and that angling opportunities are maintained and promoted.
Destination British Columbia (Destination BC) is a provincially funded, industry-led Crown corporation that supports a strong and competitive future for BC’s tourism industry through a combination of global marketing, destination development, industry learning, cooperative community-based programs, and visitor servicing.
Foggy Point Charters use Mustang PFD’s and Catalyst Floatation jackets/pants for the comfort and safety of all guests and staff.
Promoting travel in northern British Columbia through development, media & marketing as a representative of Destination BC.
Northern BC Tourism Association (NBCTA) is one of five regional destination management organizations in the province representing Destination BC, a Provincial Crown Corporation. We are a non-profit association that promotes and develops tourism activity in the region collaboratively with stakeholders and partners, through various programs including travel media, travel trade, content and social media, marketing, destination development, and Indigenous tourism.
Welcome to Prince Rupert BC. Discover British Columbia’s wild and beautiful Northwest Coast where nature, history and vibrant personalities collide.
Our organization was officially formed in March of 2011, out of a desire to connect fishing guides to effectively share information and speak with one unified voice on issues impacting our recreational fishery. We believe that a strong vibrant recreational fishery serves the best interests of our coastal communities by providing economic opportunity and creating positive family oriented recreation.
Our membership is committed to participating in various fisheries management consultative processes such as the Sport Fishing Advisory Board (SFAB) and the International Pacific Halibut Commission (IPHC). We are members of the Sport Fishing Institute (SFI). Our intention is to contribute in a positive way to assisting in management decision making processes to the benefit of the recreational sport fishery in B.C.