I got my seaplane job with 25 hours; didn't work the dock at all. I split my seaplane lessons between VFC and OceanAir in Victoria. I DID work a ramp part time for a couple years at the Edmonton Flying Club.
You probably won't find any jobs out west with 50 hours... Those are demanding jobs. I'm flying in Manitoba right now and would love to keep flying out here. It's good work, and the company I work for doesn't seem to have any bullshit; I don't have any make work to do, I don't have any camp work or anything like that. I fly, and that's that. Which is perfect to me.
Come out east early next year and look for work.
So with 100 hours of float time in your log book, the odds are good to get a gig in 2018? And when would be the best time to start digging into getting that job and what type of floatplane are you flying now?
Also how many days in a row do you expect to work up north before you get a day off?
thanks in advance