Frequently Asked Questions

Why Deep Blue Fishing Adventures?
Deep Blue Fishing Adventures is the realization of a world you hoped was not lost. It is truly an awakening to nature and was created for those who yearn for the perfect fishing vacation. Of all the places you can cast a line, none compare to the wild beauty and world-class fishing that Deep Blue Fishing Adventures provides. Newly constructed in 2007, Deep Blue Fishing Adventures has four large private guest rooms. From the moment you arrive, you will be spoiled with the luxury of our deluxe accommodations and first-class service. Our friendly and personal staff will ensure every detail is taken care of so you can relax, unwind, explore and create memories to last a lifetime!

Where is Deep Blue Fishing Adventures?
Situated on the banks of the Humber River in Newfoundland and Labrador and located in the town of Deer Lake, Deep Blue Fishing Adventures offers the best of local amenities with a quiet, serene setting.

How do guests get to Deep Blue Fishing Adventures?
Guests typically travel via Deer Lake Regional Airport located nearby where they would be picked up by Deep Blue representatives and whisked away to luxury.

What does the package price include?
Your package includes private, deluxe accommodations at our resort located on beautiful Deer Lake. All meals are included from hot breakfasts, packed lunches on the boat and incredible Atlantic cuisine served with wine for dinner.  We provide the finest in fishing gear along with all the fuel and bait you need. In addition, professional fish handling (cleaned, vacuum-packed and frozen) of your catch is provided for your trip home. All fish are shipped in insulated cardboard boxes acceptable to all major airlines.

Do I need to bring my own fishing gear?
No. We provide everything you need for fishing. However, if you have a favorite rod or reel, please feel free to bring it along. Fly rods are a matter of personal choice; while the lodge has rods available, we suggest you bring your favorite along to test the sheer strength of these incredible fighters. Deep Blue Fishing Adventures can provide floater suits and complete rain gear for all our guests and please let us know of any special requirements within your group.

What do I need to bring and what can I expect with weather conditions?
We recommend a single, soft-sided piece of luggage or duffel bag that will weigh no more than 25 pounds fully packed (to allow space for your fish on the return trip home). You should pack comfortable, resort-casual clothing for the lodge and warm layered clothing. Polarized glasses and a good camera with lots of film are musts. You can expect both rainy and sunny days as the weather can change quickly.

Does Deep Blue Fishing Adventures offer Corporate Functions?
Deep Blue Fishing Adventures offers today's executive a new alternative to corporate events and is fully equipped to handle corporate groups of up to 20 people. From menu presentations to structuring fishing tournaments and activities, we will customize your event to meet your unique needs.

What to anticipate in dining?

At the Deep Blue Fishing Adventures, you will enjoy the ultimate fine dining experience. All meals are overseen by our Executive Chef who specializes in traditional Northwest cuisine. With a menu of fresh seafood including local Dungeness crab, prawns and fresh fish, native delicacies and prime beef, our chef's creations are assured to please the most discriminating palate.

Are there bars in the area for unwinding after a day of fishing? There are a multitude of bars and lounges in the area to frequent after a fun filled day of fishing. Local watering holes include Langers in Deer Lake, The Caddy Shack in Pasadena, and King Henry's Pub and Whelans Gate in nearby Corner Brook.

What is the average size salmon caught on the Humber River? The average size salmon caught on the Humber River is around 4-8 pounds for smaller grilse and 8-16 pounds for full grown fish.

What is Deep Blue Fishing Adventure's cancellation policy? Deep Blue requires a $5000 deposit fee three months (90 days) before all fishing trips, of which $1000 is returned if trip is cancelled more than a month (30 days) in advance. If trip cancelled less than a month before start date then no part of deposit is returned.


E-mail today to find out more about booking a memorable fishing trip to western Newfoundland. You won't be disappointed!





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