24 Results for year: 2015
TYEE CLUB COMMITTEES
Foghorns and Fish
Foghorns woke me this morning. Lying sleepily abed after daylight broke, the drift of fog obscured the rising sun, I remembered that I was not in Kansas anymore. But I might be fishing in a fog very soon.
Fishing in the Tyee Pool during a fog can be exciting. On the water, the fog is impenetrable, landmarks very ...
A Note to the Tyee Club from Bob Hall
My name is Bob Hall. I had the chance on August 18 and 19, 2007 to try fishing for a Tyee. On Friday my friend, Dave Wardell, went to the club house and signed me up. On Saturday evening Dave rowed me into a 36.5 pound Tyee. I have taken a few salmon, from Sooke to Port Renfrew, my biggest being 54 pounds, all ...
A Fish Story That Almost Was NOT A Fish Story At All!
This may be a fish story from me but it almost was NOT a fish story at all!
My husband, Tom and I stayed at Anne Young’s' R.V. Park for 5 consecutive seasons so that I could fish in The Tyee Pool and hopefully fish my way into becoming a Life member of The Tyee Club of British Columbia. I am not ...
The Fish That ALMOST Made It!
Well, tonight looked like my night! We had been fishing for a little over an hour, passing the time with idle conversation, my eyes focused on my rod tip, the reddish sun was just dipping below the western horizon. Roy Grant, my friend and guide (mostly friend) had made a couple of passes along the Tyee Spit shoreline in ...
Bud and Bill are long-time Tyee fishing guides...from the 40s and 50s
, Interview with Bill Herkes and Bud Adams 45 Minutes
, Interview with Bill Herkes and Bud Adams 20 Minutes
*This audio file is courtesy of The Museum at Campbell River from a program called "History on the Run"
Sometimes not following the rules can cost you a trophy.
It was 1971 and my son was a first year guide at Painter’s Lodge. When an Uncle came to visit, my son offered to take him out in a rowboat and show him about Tyee fishing, well low and behold they landed a 30lb. fish.
That evening he asked if I would like to go out along with his nine-year-...
Excitement From The Shore.
My "fish tale" doesn't really involve a fish but a tale of woes bringing cherished memories.
Last season (2001) was the first year I fished very few tides because of an injury, but it was by far the most fun I have ever had with regard to the Tyee Club. I sat back, at first, frustrated because I could not participate on the ...
It only took one tide for me to catch Tyee Fever!
Just wanted to send another quick note of thanks. You have given me a huge gift by inviting me to participate in the incredible tradition of rowing for Tyee.
I have been struck with what can only be described as 'Tyee Fever', suffering (actually enjoying:)) Tyee dreams and now am ...
Don’s First Fish – A Slightly Tongue in Cheek Tale of Tyee Fishing
As told by Brian Isfeld
In early spring 1992 I was in Tyee Marine looking for some “worms”, whence I first met Ted Milbrandt, “The Professor, as he is fondly known to some. One thing led to another and he became the owner of my old 1956 Elto outboard, a little 2 cylinder 5 hp ...
Mike Kauertz Story 2014
After a few seasons, that I sadly missed, I finally got back to Campbell River and Tyee fishing on August 17th (2014). I had already been out for 2 tides and was sitting at the clubhouse August 21st around 9am, polishing a few spoons that I had never fished. I spotted 2 boats out fishing at the (South) corner; Randy and Peter. I ...