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Great Lakes Bowfishing Event Pictures
Congratulations to the 2017 Tournament Champs!

Brayden Smith and Clayton Steinman of Pigeon, MI accept their Great Lakes Bowfishing Championship trophies from tournament organizer Bob Easterbrook, Jr. The championship team managed to arrow 816 pounds of rough fish during the two day contest under difficult conditions.




Enoch Loulas of Chesterfield brandishes his hefty 32.35-pound carp, which earned him Saturday’s Largest Carp Award.

Danielle Gajewski of Clinton Twp. shows off her Smallest Gar Pike of the tournament… the toughest shot there is to make!

Jake Messenger of Lapeer proudly displays his tournament–topping 34.60-pound monster carp with the help of teammate Alex Martin.

Young Easton was the grand raffle prize winner on Sunday morning. He was exuberant, to say the least, with his new AMS E-Rad Bowfishing Bow package! We’ve never seen so many people cheer after a raffle drawing before. Just awesome!

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Congratulations to the 2016 Tournament Champs!

Chuck Ritz and Chuck Ritz, Jr. of Linden, MI accept their Great Lakes Bowfishing Championship trophies from tournament directors Bob Easterbrook, Jr. and Sr. The championship team managed to arrow and haul in an astounding 4,080 pounds of rough fish during the two-day contest.




Steve Newman of Waterford shows off just one of his two Smallest Gar Pike trophies from the weekend. A feat likely never to be duplicated!

Justin Herline of Midland proudly displays his All-Time Tournament Record 12.10-pound Largest Gar Pike. .Justin topped the 32-year old record by an incredible 2 pounds!

Joe Godzik of Pellston brandishes his 3.35-pound Goldfish for 1st place honors.

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Congratulations to the 2015 Tournament Champs!

TJ Wilson of Grand Marais, MI and Zach Corradi of Caro, MI accept theit Great Lakes Bowfishing Championship trophies from tournament directors Bob Easterbrook, Jr. and Sr. The champhipship team managed to arrow and haul in an astounding 3,992 pounds of rough fish during the 33rd year of the two-day contest.




Wade Thompson of Schoolcraft hoists this hefty award-winning 30.40 pound “Hawg”

Robbie Russel of Howell proudly displays his All-Time Tournament Record 10.15-pound largest Gar Pike.

Leo Grant of Kewadin shows off his All-Time Tournament Record 0.20-pound smallest Gar Pike, a true challenge!

Jeremy Steinman of Pigeon with a 3.50-pound Goldfish for 1st Place.


Clayton Steinman of Pigeon sports the biggest Dogfish taken at 6.85-pounds.

Mike Devita of New Boston brandishes the largest Godl Carp of the tourney at 8.15-pounds, a somewhat rare find.

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Congratulations to the 2014 Tournament Champs!

Justin Pastoor of Hamilton, MI and Josh Tarman of Allegan, MI accept their Great Lakes Bowfishing Championship trophies from tournament director Bob Easterbrook, Sr. The championship team managed to haul in 1,450 pounds of rough fish during a challenging contest.




Second place honors go to father & son team of Chuck Ritz & Chuck Ritz, Jr. of Linden, MI with 1,016 pounds

Third place honors go to Brendan & Mike Lehmkule of Mt. Pleasant, MI with 978 pounds.

Fourth place goes to Alan Whaley of Alma, MI Butch Donley of Vestaburg, MI & youth shooter, Matthew. The team shot 798 pounds.

Big Fish honors go to Josh Tarman with a 27.85 pound “hawg”!


Ciara Peterson with a great 2.85 pound goldfish for a 1st Place tie!

Ashley Stombaugh arrowed the biggest dogfish at 5.60 pounds!

Jacqueline Arnold proudly displays her 5.05 pound Biggest Gar Pike!

Steve Tanner shows off his snack-sized 1.30 pound Smallest Gar Pike!

Brian Gilson with his daughters, Selena & Ashleigh.

The Duncan’s with Bob Easterbrook, Sr.

Mike Goad with a nice Dogfish

Past tournament winners Rick Russell & Jim McIntyre with Bob Easterborok, Sr.

Bob, Sr. loves to see youth shooters at the tournament.

Caseville Chamber President Steve Louwers presented Bob, Sr. with "Years of Service" to the community Award!.
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Congratulations to the 2011 Tournament Champs!
Tournament Manager Colleen Easterbrook with this year's winning team!

Zach Corradi of Caro, MI and  "Yooper" TJ Wilson of Grand Marais MI accept their Great Lakes Bowfishing Championship trophies from tournament Manager, Colleen Easterbrook. This championship team took top honors by arrowing 4,574 pounds of rough fish during the two-day contest.




Shane Buschlen, of Saginaw, hoists his hefty 33.50-pound award-winning “Hawg”.

Chuck Ritz, of Linden, proudly displays his 3.15-pound top Goldfish.

Young Ken Everts made a diving lunge into the bay to literally wrestle this monster from the water after it came off his arrow

Everyone wants to see the Big Fish, with some bigger than their admirers!


Long-time participant Frank Evanko of Roseville shows off his 3.25-pound top Goldfish

A stunning boquet of...gar pike? Wow!

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