Rowboat Lights

With the recent arrival of good numbers of fish that seem active at first light and last light, we are seeing upwards of 50 boats on the water for a tide. Please ensure your bow and stern lights are working and batteries are charged. There are a number of reasons to have bright working lights.

1. Etiquette and Safety.
Whether fighting a fish or transiting to and from the pool it is important that others can see you.

2. Rules and Regulation
Transport Regulations state all vessels must have working lights in low light or at dark. Tyee Club regulations state that in order to qualify a fish you must adhere to all Transport Canada and  DFO regulations.