Updated FEBRUARY 24th, 2022
Please read this document in its entirety before booking a trip with us. This is our commitment to keep you safe and our guides safe in this time of COVID-19.
The Province of British Columbia has created a dedicated phone service to provide locals and tourists with non-medical information about COVID-19, including the latest information on travel recommendations and social distancing. Information is available in more than 110 languages, seven days a week between 7:30 am-8 pm, at 1-888-COVID19 (1-888-268-4319) or via text message at 1-888-268-4319.
- We would appreciate that you stay home and rebook at a later date if you exhibit any signs of Covid-19:
- Dry Cough
- Sore Throat
- Shortness of Breath
- or any flu like symptoms
Covid-19 Best Practices
- Bring hand sanitizer to wash your hands frequently
- We encourage social distancing
- Maintain 6ft from other Explorers
- Masks recommended
- You are required to digitally sign a declaration of health before starting the trip. We will email this document to you.
- Online bookings and payments are required.
- We ask that you use your own vehicle to transport to and from the fishing location(s).
- We ask that you use your own waders and boots where possible. Pemberton Fish Finder will provide clean and sanitized waders and boots if required.
- Although we clean surfaces between guests, we recommend that you bring hand sanitizer and use it.
- We are not providing water and are unable to fill water bottles. We are not providing food.
- Ice Huts will not be available during Ice Fishing Season.
- Any guide with signs and symptoms of COVID-19 will not be scheduled on a trip
PPE AND PHYSICAL DISTANCING
- If physical distancing cannot be maintained PPE such as masks (commercial or improvised) Shall be worn.
- Clients will bring their own PPE for the duration of the trip.
PEMBERTON FISH FINDER GENERAL PRACTICES
- Hand washing will be encouraged and opportunities provided as often as possible, for example:
- During breaks
- Before eating
- All gear will be wiped down and disinfected at the end of each day.
Please note that this document is based on the BC Health Authority and Worksafe BC directives. It may change based on new information.