The Fish Pond is open only to members and guests in accordance with the Club Guest Policy. Your membership card must be displayed while fishing. PA Fish and Boat Commission regulations apply and a corresponding PA fishing license is required.
The Annual Kids Fish Rodeo was held on Saturday April 8, 2023 and was open to children and grandchildren age 15 and younger of Members, with nearly 150 kids in attendance. The weather was cool but sunny and the pond was stocked with lots of trout. Snacks and drinks were provided, along with numerous prizes awarded. The 2023 prize winners were:
- Caden Englerth – First fish caught – boy
- MacKenzie Henderson – First fish caught – girl
- Ryan Jones and Ryan Hoover- First 3-fish limit – boy
- Courtney Harting- First 3-fish limit – girl
Ryan Jones and Ryan Hoover
Between the winter stocking in October and the April Fish Rodeo, catch and release fly fishing with barbless hooks only is allowed. Please take care to ensure all fish are released alive and unharmed.
From the April Fish Rodeo until the winter stocking in October any tackle is allowed and (3) trout only per member per day may be kept.
Large algae eating carp are placed in the pond to help control weed growth. Other fish species exist as well and no fish other than trout may be removed from the pond and kept. Please carefully release alive and unharmed any species other than trout.
Camping, swimming, boating, ice fishing and fishing with a bow and arrow is strictly prohibited.
The pond area closes at dark. Please keep off the overflow grate and inlet wall at all times.
Some portions of the pond bank drop off sharply and are slippery – please use caution.
Please use all provided trash containers and help keep the pond area free from debris.
Click here to download a PDF of the current Membership Manual for rules concerning use of the fish pond.