Capt. Paul Czarnecki / Free Spirit Tribute

We are so sorry to hear about the passing of Capt. Paul Czarnecki of Waterford, Pennsylvania recently. He has been involved in the Lake Ontario Pro-Am Tournament for many years, both as a competitor aboard his "Free Spirit" and as a member of the working committee...

Pro-Am Merchandise Now Available

Lake Ontario Pro-Am Merchandise is now available for purchase. Please use this link to submit orders: https://wavypavement.com/collections/2021-lake-ontario-proam/products/skip-hartman-memorial-t-shirt

Oh Baby/Irish Knots, Streaker Win 35th Annual Niagara Pro-Am

Oh Baby/Irish Knots, Streaker Win 35th Annual Niagara Pro-Am By Bill Hilts, Jr. The 35th Annual Skip Hartman Memorial Niagara County Lake Ontario Pro-Am Salmon Team Tournament was held May 31 and June 1 out of the ports of Wilson and Olcott. The weather was near...

Wet Net Captures Pro Division, Hound Dog Sweeps Ams in Niagara Tournament

Wet Net Captures Pro Division, Hound Dog Sweeps Ams in Niagara Tournament The Wet Net team, led by Capt. Matt Yablonsky of Youngstown, came from behind under some difficult conditions to win the Pro Division of the 34 th Annual Lake Ontario Pro-Am Salmon Team...

Capt. Paul Czarnecki / Free Spirit Tribute

We are so sorry to hear about the passing of Capt. Paul Czarnecki of Waterford, Pennsylvania recently. He has been involved in the Lake Ontario Pro-Am Tournament for many years, both as a competitor aboard his "Free Spirit" and as a member of the working committee...

Pro-Am Merchandise Now Available

Lake Ontario Pro-Am Merchandise is now available for purchase. Please use this link to submit orders: https://wavypavement.com/collections/2021-lake-ontario-proam/products/skip-hartman-memorial-t-shirt

Oh Baby/Irish Knots, Streaker Win 35th Annual Niagara Pro-Am

Oh Baby/Irish Knots, Streaker Win 35th Annual Niagara Pro-Am By Bill Hilts, Jr. The 35th Annual Skip Hartman Memorial Niagara County Lake Ontario Pro-Am Salmon Team Tournament was held May 31 and June 1 out of the ports of Wilson and Olcott. The weather was near...