All Tyee Club of British Columbia enthusiasts will enjoy this 145 page book, containing annotated graphs and pictures from 1933 through 2019.
Contact R.D. Berger at firstname.lastname@example.org. Price is $60 with a portion being contributed to the Tyee Club.
Below is an example of a text page from the book:
Due to the increasing COVID-19 pandemic, the planned March 28 estuary cleanup has been cancelled.
The health and safety of our volunteers is top priority. Proceeding with this years cleanup would put all volunteers at an unnecessary risk.
The Tyee Club thanks the many volunteers from previous years and we look forward to gathering again next year to ...
The Tyee Club of BC requires volunteers for the upcoming season. Details can be found at Tyee Club Events and include:
Please contact the Person(s) or Committees organizing these events and Volunteer online using the Member Portal!
July 15th, 2019
To All Tyee Club Members and Anglers,
Due to concerns for the health of Fraser River Chinook stocks the DFO has immediately regulated a maximum size limit on Chinook caught in Area 13 and others. The maximum size Chinook that may be retained until August 1st is 80 cm., which is a fish that will certainly weigh less than 30 pounds. This ...
A New July 2019 Presidents Report has been posted to the website that describes the successful initiatives carried out by the Tyee Club Executive/Director team over the last year.
A very successful day with 20 teams as far south as Cowichan Bay. Also teams from Salt Spring Island, Powell River and Cortez Island participated. 450 participants with at least as many support spectators made this a great day; the parking lot picture shows a small fraction of the people that showed up for this event..
Special thanks to the Tyee Club ...
Floyd Ross noted that a very good job was done by everyone involved. Approximately 20 club members, non members, and board members participated and completed all items on the work list. The Tyee Club will be in good shape to begin this year's season. All involved should be proud of what was accomplished.
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 ...
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 partic...