I should have seen the future when the first time we rowed
the Tyee Pool in 1988, Darcy hooked a fish and I didn’t. Hers was undersized
and she released it, after a tangle of lines with friends and foes alike. Twenty-five years ago, there was a better
chance of landing the required 30 pound Chinook than today. For some reason the
fish are smaller ...
Murphy style fiberglass 14 foot Tyee rowboat in clean shape, with a 1970 era 9.9 hp Evinrude outboard, a pair of spoon oars and galvanized trailer. Dry-stored on Quadra Island for many years. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Campbell River Estuary Clean-Up and Restoration 2019 Video. Many thanks to the Campbell River Mirror and Black Press Media for this video.
The Tyee Club Net Pen project was a success again this year, with the fish being released on May 1st. Mortality was extremely low, growth satisfactory and it was reported there were no predators (Bonaparte gulls, seals) around when the net was turned over.
Many thanks to the dedicated volunteers. Jeremy has sent notes of thanks to all that participa...