Est. 1896, New Castle, PA

What's New?

October 8: The folks north of us at Point au Baril have an infestation of the European Pine Sawfly, something we need to keep an eye out for. Look on the Fishing page, under Conservaton Matters for some more information.

Also: Check out Rick Knipe's Raystown musky.

October 7: Report from week 20 has been posted.

September 12: Pictures from weeks 18 & 19 (updated October 8).

September 10: The Club season is almost over for another year and it's time again for the Fall meeting of the Pennsylvania Club. The meeting will be held at Edward's in New Castle on Friday, October 23rd, at 6:00 P.M.. The meeting is open to all members and member applicants. There is a $25.00 cover for the dinner. Please respond back no later than Monday, October 12th if you'll be attending or not and if attending, your choice of fur (how done), fish, or fowl.

August 12: Pictures from week 12, July 18-25.

July 28: Big News! The new bedroom addition has passed all final electrical and building inspections and is now available for occupancy. The new furniture in the new bedrooms is NOT to be moved around to suit the decor desires of the occupants of the week, but should be left in the position the occupants find them.

The PA Club Board Members would like to again, extend our appreciation to all the members and guests that had a hand in making this a successful project.

Welcome to the Pennsylvania Club



The Pennsylvania Club is a group that comes together to enjoy fellowship and outdoor recreation. Registered as a Canadian Corporation, the membership meets twice a year to discuss corporate business and recreation. Official club meetings are held in New Castle, Pennsylvania, the home of the founding members and near Sans Souci, Ontario, the location of the fishing lodge. Corporate business discussed at the meetings is most often related to the outdoor recreation or fishing at the club's facilities in Georgian Bay on Lake Huron in Canada. The Pennsylvania Club owns property and a fishing lodge, located within the boundaries of The Massasauga Provincial Park, on Island B257, known as Pennsylvania Point, in the Township of The Archipelago, in the District of Parry Sound, Province of Ontario.

Eight gentlemen that resided in New Castle, Pennsylvania started the Pennsylvania Club in 1896. Membership in the Pennsylvania Club now totals seventy-four, including fifty active members and twenty-four honorary members from ten different states and Canada. Use of the Pennsylvania Club's facilities in Canada is limited to members and guests that accompany members. Please take time to look at our website, and feel free to drop us a note.


John McConahy
Club President

Catch & Release