PA Club Photos

Please email me any pictures you want published. Digital photos in .jpg format are best, but if you have prints and you mail them to me, I can work with those too. My mailing address may be found at the bottom of the Contacts page. When sending photos, try and include some captions such as who is in the photo, where and when it was taken and any comments you want to add. The maximum file size attachment for my email account is 25 MB, so be sure to break up the emails into smaller ones if necessary. Dropbox works great as well for large files or if you have many pictures to share. Photos older than five years will generally be posted on the History page.

  • Spring at the club - Since we are still without access to the club, our neighbor, Joe Teeling was kind enough to send in these photos.
  • Camp cleanup - After sitting vacant for 22 months, it took a herculean effort to get the camp ready for the return of members and guests.
  • Week 15 - Trip to Parry Sound, wildlife, sunrises and sunsets.
  • Week 16 - Couples week was open to everyone this year. Dinner at Henry's, dogs in camp, morning fog, loons.
  • September - Funnel cloud, bald eagle, big and small fish, Clear Lake.
  • October - Eagles, loons, autumn scenes, Ellen's Isle, Sucker Falls.
  • Camp Closing - Big pike & lots of other fish, sunrises, evening activities.
  • Lake Ouachita, Arkansas - Kiefer trip to catch some spotted fish & catfish. Not quite Canada, but close!
  • BWCA - No Canada fishing this year, so in September, a few of us did a canoe trip to northern Minnesota instead.
  • Lake Cumberland, Kentucky - A dozen of us rendezvoused in Kentucky. Caught a few fish and had a great time.
  • Fall at the club - Some pictures of the club taken by our new neighbor, Joe Teeling.
  • A Substitute Fall Fishing Trip - Tionesta Reservoir and Chautauqua Lake in mid-October.

Georgian Bay Muskies

Muskies caught around the waters of the Pennsylvania Club.

Muskies from other Waters

Here are pictures of muskies caught from spots outside Georgian Bay.

Neal Blizzard has taken many pictures at the club through the years, especially during work weeks and while fishing during the annual Kiefer Week. There are also some nostalgic photos from the past.