Gift ideas available from The Tyee Club of BC
Limited stock and colours
BBQ Aprons Grey and Burgundy $30
Ball Caps Black and Burgundy $20
Grey Hoodies $30 small - 2XL
Classic Grey - Black - Grey with Red trim
L and XL
Local Campbell River delivery available contact firstname.lastname@example.org for ...
Attention all Tyee Club anglers and guests,
September 15 will see the end to another Tyee Club season.
In previous years, the Club has hosted a last night celebration at the Clubhouse with fireworks, door prizes and raffle draw prizes.
Due to COVID -19, this years last night activities will be minimal. There will be the ...
Attention to all club members.
Sunday August 9, there was at least two close calls with rowboats colliding with each other at the end of the evening.
A reminder to all that boats need to be rowed out of the pool towards mid channel or the beach before starting engines. Starting engines in the fishing grounds is not permitted at all times and doing so ...
Fiberglass rowboat 14 ft 3 in
Set up for Tyee fishing with a well maintained 4 hp motor, which starts and runs great.
Boat is a Hilmark with built in floatation front and back.
Set up for easy switch to a single seat position for boat balance.
Comes with 7 ft oars.
Contact Jules at 250-702-6992
“The Malahat # 1 Rod”
This year’s bamboo trolling rod is a close copy of a rod used by R.C. Burdick to land a 60 lb. Tyee in 1953, earning him the honour of being “Tyee Man” that year. The original rod is owned by R.D. Berger, who kindly allowed current rod maker, George Deagle of Quadra Island, to carefully inspect and measure the original ...
The Tyee Club of BC recommends that all payments be made electronically this year. They includes Membership, Raffles, Wharf Fees, and Merchandise. Please read the detailed information in the link below for additional information:
Electronic Payment Memo
The eCommerce links can be found at the bottom left on the Tyee Club home page. Scroll/Cursor ...
Fisheries and Oceans Canada Fishery Notice
Area 13 (Campbell River Special Management Zone):
In Subareas 13-3 and 13-5, those waters of Discovery Passage and Campbell River inside of a line starting at the fishing boundary sign at Orange Point located at 50° 04.392' north latitude by 125°16.608' west longitude, then northeasterly to a point in the ...
The Tyee Club wharf parking lot received a “facelift” today with 60 yards of contactable gravel. Floyd Ross (managed the project) confirmed that the Tyee Club is repairing damages that occurred over the last couple of years and caused by vandals spinning their tires in the parking lot. Unfortunately, the Tyee Club now keeps ...