Attention! Absolutely no frog gigging allowed at any time on club property... also if you are caught chumming (using corn, etc) at the lakes,
you will lose your lake privileges and possible Membership! Please refer to the
Lakes will be closed Friday, February 15th for Trout stocking and will reopen Saturday the 16th.
New signs for the fishing sign in booth are being made and will be up soon...
Welcome to the FMC Club Lakes Web Page!
While the 2018 season has brought needed changes to the Lakes, the 2019 season
offers many more improvements to enhance your fishing experience.
We look forward to 2019
being a great year for fishing and just enjoying the lakes.
FYI = A fishing license is not required at the Club Lakes!
There are more improvements
planned for the 2019 season. If there is
something that you would like see done to the lake area, please email me with
your suggestion at [email protected] .
If work parties are planned, the specific dates will be posted on this
page, check back here if you want to help.
The club has two fishing lakes, and one brood lake. The fishing lakes are stocked several times a year with catfish in the summer and trout in the winter. Try your luck, you may even have fun!
No Fishing in Brood Lake.
No Swimming or Boating allowed in the lakes.
The Front Lake has handicap access, including a dock with
limited access and a lakeside concrete ramp that has wheel chair access). The
handicap, which are limited as to where they can go shall have preference to
Please stay clear of all construction areas.
Click here to view the Fishing regulations
Click to view rules, click back button to return to web site.
Fishing is for our Members
and their Guest only. The Member must accompany guest(s), sign in and pay the
guest fishing fee(s). Please have your Membership Card available, you may be
asked to show proof of membership at any time.
Upon signing the guest in, please obtain an envelope, insert the $5.00
fee into the envelope and seal it. Turn
the envelope over and write the guest name and the date on the front of the
envelope, then, drop the envelope into the money box.