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Beaver Lake is a private, man made lake of approximately 152 acres located in the western portion of Ware, MA. The lake is currently owned and managed by Beaver Lake Trust Inc.  Beaver Lake Club Corporation is a non-profit organization of eligible property owners whose mission is to work together with Beaver Lake Trust Inc. to preserve and protect the lake for future generations.

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For Sale: 2006 Harris Sunliner 220 Pontoon Boat

Beaver Bytes

March 15, 2019

Beaver Bytes is an e-mail communication issued by the BeaverlakeCC.com website to inform website members about current BLCC news and upcoming events.


 

For Sale : 2006  22’ Harris Sunliner Pontoon Boat

  • 9.9 horsepower Honda motor.  Model # BF99D BFP990 

Decking and pontoons are in good shape, but the bench upholstery and motor need some work.

Includes a new a Captain's Chair and drink table, as well as a swim up detachable ladder.  

Has under seat storage and seats 12 comfortably.

Boat has been used on Beaver Lake and is located there now under storage.

Price: $5500.00

Any questions please call Chris Martins 978-502-9993 or Claudia Messier at 413-277-0552

 

Passing of Long Time Lake Resident Dick Bergquist

Beaver Bytes

March 2, 2019

Beaver Bytes is an e-mail communication issued by the BeaverlakeCC.com website to inform website members about current BLCC news and upcoming events.


 

Dick Bergquist, a long time resident of Beaver Lake and BLCC member recently passed away.  Please see the obituary at: www.douglassfuneral.com

Calling hours will be held Sunday, March 3rd from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Douglass Funeral Home in Amherst, Massachusetts. The funeral will take place Monday, March 4th at 11 a.m. at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Amherst.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to VNA/Hospice of Cooley Dickenson Hospital.

On behalf of the BLCC Board, we offer our deepest condolences to Sonya and their children for their loss.

Beaver Lake 2019 One Day Ice Fishing Derby And Ice Chef Cook-Off: It's On!

Beaver Bytes

February 21, 2019

Beaver Bytes is an e-mail communication issued by the BeaverlakeCC.com website to inform website members about current BLCC news and upcoming events.


 

The Beaver Lake 2019 One Day Ice Fishing Derby and Ice Chef Cook-Off IS ON!  The ice conditions are finally favorable to holding the event.

The Derby and Cook-Off will be held on Saturday February 23, 2019  7:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

After testing the ice at different parts of the lake today, we are seeing from 6 1/2 to 8 inches of solid ice in all areas.  Even the ice at West Beach is looking good: poor ice at the beach has been a real issue for the last few weeks.

Sorry for any scheduling issues/inconveniences that delays have caused, but running a derby with safe ice conditions is the most important priority.

We are still looking for judges to help with the Ice Chef Cook-Off.  Its a great chance to see cooking on the ice and taste some great food.  Travel between Ice Chef sites will be provided by snowmobile/ATV.  Give it a try - its fun.  Contact Russ or Mike if you are interested.

Please contact Derby Coordinators Russ Mooney (413-537-9141, lr3cmooney@comcast.net) or Mike Cygan (413-658-8140, mecygan@comcast.net) if you have any questions.

Hope to see all of you fisherpersons and Ice Chefs on the 23rd!  Even if you are not planning to fish or enter Ice Chef, come on out and join the fun.  Maybe you will be able to convince an Ice Chef to give you a sample of their cuisine!

Ware Fire Department Ice Rescue Training On Beaver Lake Sunday, Feb. 17

Beaver Bytes

February 15, 2019

Beaver Bytes is an e-mail communication issued by the BeaverlakeCC.com website to inform website members about current BLCC news and upcoming events.


The Ware Fire Department will conduct ice rescue training on the south end of the lake, Sunday, Feb. 17, between 9:00 AM and Noon. They will access the lake via South Beach on Beaver Lake Rd. or by the signboard on Babcock Tavern Rd., and will have several vehicles staged near these locations. They will be using the Rescue Sled the lake community donated funds for many years ago.

You are welcome to watch them from the shore, please do not go onto the ice.

Please be careful when driving near South Beach and the signboard area on Sunday!

Contact Ken Willette, kennethrwillette@gmail.com, with any questions.

BLCC and BLTI are happy to support the Ware FD in their training!

 

Beaver Lake 2019 One Day Ice Fishing Derby And Ice Chef Cook-Off Postponed For Another Week

Beaver Bytes

February 13, 2019

Beaver Bytes is an e-mail communication issued by the BeaverlakeCC.com website to inform website members about current BLCC news and upcoming events.


 

The Beaver Lake 2019 One Day Ice Fishing Derby and Ice Chef Cook-Off has been postponed for another week due to less than required ice thickness.

The Derby and Cook-Off are now planned for Saturday February 23, 2019  7:00 AM to 5:00 PM

NOTICE: ICE THICKNESS MUST BE AT LEAST 6 SOLID INCHES FOR THE DERBY TO BE HELD.  WATCH FOR BEAVER BYTES NEWSLETTERS NEXT WEEK FOR DERBY GO/NO-GO STATUS

After testing the ice on different parts of the lake today, we were seeing less than 6” of ice in many areas.  We are hoping that the temperatures forecast over the next nine days will give us a solid 6” of ice by the 23rd.

Sorry for any scheduling issues this may cause but running a derby with safe ice conditions is the most important priority.

Please contact Derby Coordinators Russ Mooney (413-537-9141, lr3cmooney@comcast.net) or Mike Cygan (413-658-8140, mecygan@comcast.net) if you have any questions.

Hope to see all of you fisherpersons and Ice Chefs on the 23rd!

Beaver Lake 2019 One Day Ice Fishing Derby And Ice Chef Cook-Off

 

 

Beaver Bytes

January 16, 2019

Beaver Bytes is an e-mail communication issued by the BeaverlakeCC.com website to inform website members about current BLCC news and upcoming events.


Recommended Minimum Ice Thickness
The table below shows Massachusetts Environmental Police's recommended minimum ice thickness for activities on the ice.  Please note that both BLCC and BLTI do not make any statements as to the safety of ice conditions on Beaver Lake.  Folks venturing out on to the ice do so at their own risk.  Also, BLCC/BLTI Rules and Regulations specifically exclude use of motorcycles, cars and trucks on the ice of Beaver Lake.
 
 
Beaver Lake 2019 One Day Ice Fishing Derby and Ice Chef Cook-Off
 
Planned for Saturday February 9, 2019  7:00 AM to 5:00 PM
 
NOTICE: ICE THICKNESS MUST BE AT LEAST 6" FOR THE DERBY TO BE HELD.  WATCH FOR BEAVER BYTES NEWSLETTERS IN EARLY FEBRUARY FOR DERBY GO/NO-GO STATUS
 
Open to BLCC members and their guests.
 
Registration will be held on West Beach 7:00 AM – 9:00 AM
 
Entry fees: $10 for each fisherman/team member (children 12 yrs. and under free).  All entry fees will be returned as prize payouts.  Ice Chef entry fee is $10.
At registration, let the registrars know if you are entering the Ice Chef Cook-off.
 
Fishing prizes will be awarded depending on the total fees collected.  Entry fees collected over $75 will be awarded as either second largest fish prizes, increased largest fish prizes, or possibly largest Perch and Calico Bass prizes:
 
Largest Bass: Adult:  $25 or more          2nd Largest Bass: Adult: TBD
Largest Pickerel: Adult:  $25 or more     2nd Largest Pickerel: Adult: TBD
Largest Fish: Child <=12:  $25 or more  2nd Largest Fish: Child <=12: TBD
 
When you catch a fish you want to enter into the Derby, you take a picture of it on a yardstick/ruler with your smartphone/camera and email it to wjwilke@gmail.com (no texts will be accepted). Emailed photos must be sent from the email account that you provided at registration (team captain if fishing as a team) to ensure proper assignment of fish photos to fishermen/teams.  Please be sure to include the team/fisherman's name in the email. Submitted pictures will be posted to a BeaverLakecc.com Photo Album.
 
For a “fish caught by child” entry, please also include a picture of the child with the fish.
 
All photos must be e-mailed by noon Sunday February 10.
 
Ice Fishing Winners will be notified via e-mail/phone the week of 2/11/2019.
 
Ice Chef Cook-off: All entries must be prepared while on the ice.  BLCC judges will come by your cooking/fishing spot between 11:30 AM and 1:30 PM to sample your offerings.  Prizes will be awarded @ 1:45 PM – you will be notified of the location of the awards ceremony.
 
Ice Chef Awards:
    First: Golden Spoon + $50 R&R Sports Gift Certificate
    Second: Silver Spoon + $35 R&R Sports Gift Certificate
    Third: Bronze Spoon + $25 R&R Sports Gift Certificate
    Fourth: Cinnamon Spoon + $20 R&R Sports Gift Certificate
    Additional prizes will be awarded based on sponsor donations.
 
Please contact Derby Coordinators Russ Mooney (413-537-9141 lr3cmooney@comcast.net) or Mike Cygan  (413-658-8140  mecygan@comcast.net) if you have any questions
 
Notes about judging/determining fish sizes:  All submitted photos will be carefully reviewed by the photo judge.  Fish lengths will be measured from the tip of the snout (with mouth closed) to the tip of the tail.  Accuracy of determining fish size will somewhat depends on the quality of the submitted photo of the fish against the yardstick/ruler.  During determination of fish length, attempts will be made to compensate for poor alignment of the fish against the zero point of the yardstick/ruler.  When multiple photos of leading judged fish lengths fall within 1/8” or less of each other, a tie for the category will be declared.
Please remember that BLCC/BLTI encourages Catch and Release of all fish caught in Beaver Lake. This includes Pickerel.
 
So here we go!  Hopefully the ice will get to the required 6" thickness so that we can hold the derby.
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