2021 CANH Fishing Contest

A view of the Registration table upon approach from the clubhouse.

Registration table crew: standing, l. to r., Lillian Karamanian,  Gary Newville, Kathy Katz, CANH Secretary; seated: Carol Stark, CANH President.

"O.K., Dad, what next?"

  "Oh, wait!  I have another daughter!"

  "Here I am, Mom!"

Family fishing on the East bank of the lake.

More East Bank fishermen.

The geese that call Beechwood Lake home, tend to cluster when there are a lot of people in the park.

Very peaceful.

John Groth, President of the Northfield Hills Homeowners Association, manned the West Bank measuring table.

Deena caught a whopper!

"Hey, check out this fish!!"

A view of East Bank fishermen

Fishing off the bridge was popular.

A close up of fishing off the bridge.

"Hey, take my picture too!"

The aeration fountain installed last year was working perfectly all through the contest.

A little fishing pole for a little girl.

Someone needs comforting from Mom!

"So, who said I have to smile?"

Greetings to/from East Bank fishermen.

"Oh, don't take my photo. I'm just watching my kids."

Nathan fished, relaxed and had a good time.

Here's Beauty.  The white beast is tied to a chair.

"That's a great rod. What did you catch?"

"Nothing, so far!"

Families relaxed on the East Bank while fishing.

Mike Kohn manned the East Bank measuring table.

"I caught this fish.  Isn't he big?"

O my, the Adorableness Meter registered off scale on this shot!

Carol Stark, CANH President, presented the prize for the most fish caught to Gabe Krajewski.  Gabe caught 22 fish.

Zoe Kolz with a 4 inch fish, won the prize for the smallest fish caught.

Carol Stark presents the prize for biggest fish caught to Tom Oldham.  Tom

caught a 24 inch fish. 

Carol presents the second biggest fish prize to Faelin Scott. Faelin caught a 22 inch fish. 

Carol presents the Third Place prize to Deena Yag for a 17-1/2 inch fish.

All the prize winners with their certificates.

Tom Oldham proudly displayed his prize for the biggest fish caught.

After lunch, all the participating children gathered for a photo.


The CANH Board  gives thanks to the Condo Association grounds crew who assembled the tents and tables, to Carrie Roberts and Connie Kohn who set up the luncheon, the DMF Bait Co. of Waterford, MI who provided bait for everyone, to Steve Moss who supervised most activities, and to Bob Salloum, John Groth, and Kathy Katz for their photographs.