Ace Charters Tournament Results
Its been a while since I’ve had time to actually sit down and write about what’s been going on with the Ace Charters tournament team in 2014. I am very proud of my team and their performances this year while we have journeyed to the western end of Lake Ontario as well as Canada.
Our first stop was in Niagara county for what used to be called the Niagara pro am. We manage to box a twelve fish limit on day one and found ourselves just a few points out of first landing comfortably in second place. On day two, our luck did not hold out as well as we only managed eleven bites and boated seven out of those eleven. It did however, turn out to be a tougher day for everyone and we managed to hold on to second place in both the classic and short box divisions. When it was all said and done, we were rewarded with over $5000.00 in winnings.
Our second stop during the very next week found us competing at The Oak Orchard Open some thirty miles east of Niagara. Our day one performance was outstanding as we managed to boat our ten fish limit with only twenty minutes to spare before quitting time. We once again found ourselves in second place on day one. Our day two went a little bit better than day one in terms of boxing out more quickly, but we did fish till the very end and with the cull rules in this tournament in effect we upgraded with a nice lake trout. That upgrade sealed another second place finish for our Ace Charters team in as many weeks.
The third stop in as many weeks found us in Bluffer’s Park, Toronto, Canada fishing in the first of the King of Kings Titelines tournament. We managed to boat only five of our eleven king bites during this one day event. To accentuate just how tough the bite was, we managed to finish ninth out of sixty boats with only five fish of a six fish limit.
Last but not least, do to our outstanding performances, our team is now in first place for the Lake Ontario Lake Wide Cup. Point standings for this prestigious endeavor is determined by overall performances of the entered teams as the fish tournaments across the Lake. Wish us luck to continue to do well and bring home the Cup.