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Surrounded by untouched wilderness and abundant waters, Ole’s is trusted as British Columbia’s fishing destination for trophy salmon and halibut. Today, the Olsen family share the lodge for others to join in creating their own memorable fishing experiences.

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Since the 1950's Hakai Pass has been Irv and JoAnn Olsen's treasured family tradition as the sheltered bay with freshwater supply made each trip as rewarding as the last. In 1982, the Olsen family decided to share their discovery among fellow fishing enthusiasts and make Hakai Pass a destination for inclusive and communal fishing trips on the Western coast of British Columbia. In a setting where nature is king, Ole’s provides genuine hospitality and care for each of their guests making every day a warm welcome into the Olsen family lodge.

Ole’s sits floating in Hakai Pass, just 350 miles by air Northwest of Vancouver on the West coast of British Columbia, Canada.

Once you step onto the Cessna Caravan, your Ole’s experience begins. Take in the aerial views during the less than 2 hour flight and arrive in time for West Coast Snacks and orientation.

The journey getting here is just the beginning.

As trips are made, friendships are born. We celebrate fishing and friends by recognizing a decade worth of trips to Ole’s. Our honorees receive recognition, a free trip, and a lifetime of memories.

Decade Club

Month

  • June
  • July
  • August

Average Temperature

  • 59°F – 68°F (15°C – 20°C)
  • 68°F - 77°F (20°C – 25°C)
  • 61°F – 72°F (16°C – 22°C)

Ole's Dock and Scale

Ole's Dock and Scale

Updates in season daily throughout the day.

Ole's Hakai Pass Weather

Ole's Hakai Pass Weather

Updates in season daily throughout the day.

As the Story unfolds…. as told by the “Man with the Hat”

Join the Man with the Hat for Tales of the Pass