Work Week June 3-10, 2006
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Joey Dolney being put to work on his first trip to the club.
What's that under the boat house?
Installing new supports under the boat house.
Neal managed to do all the weed-whacking in just two days!
They're just acting like they're doing some work.
John & Joe - still buddies.
Ben and Ed made a fine team of wood choppers.
Paul spent most of his time scraping and painting.
Tim liked to start fires.
Les repairing the stone wall.
Levelling out the old ramp.
Our local and long Fox snake.
Canadian geese heading north for the summer.
Finally getting rid of the old concrete barrel.
Lady's slippers - members of the orchid family and an endangered species (so I'm told).
Smallmouth under the dock guarding his nest of fry.
Snapping turtle made several nests next to the large cottage.
Re-roofing the motor house. Many thanks are owed to Bob Cline and Tim Aiken.
Les Martin was the mortar and concrete guy for the week.
We drank a bit during the week.
Work Crew 2006 - (back to front) Sam Shirey, Les Martin, Tim Aiken, Ben Martin, Joey Dolney, Bob Cline, Ed Marshall, Neal Blizzard, John Kiefer, Paul Shirey, Tony Fernandez, Joe Dolney.
Finally some fishing photos! Joey Dolney's first topwater smallmouth.
Notice the Preacher lure hanging out of the musky's mouth. Contact Bob Cline if you would like to purchase one of these amazing lures!
Bob's trying to stretch an extra inch or two out of the tape measure. Claims it was a legit 52" long.
Joe likes to hold all of Bob's muskies for the pictures.
And here is Bob holding up Joe's 21 and 3/4 inch smallmouth.