2020

Tournament of Champions

2nd Place 

Jay Hartwick & Michael Reid

2020
Tournament of Champions Winners
Al Huhra & Jeff Miller

2020
Tournament of

Champions
September 18th & 19th

Lake St. Clair

Selfridge Boat Ramp

Harrison Township, Michigan

 

 

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Schedule of Events:

Michigan DNR Rule: Face Mask Must Be Worn At All Times While On the Selfridge Public Boat Launch Site. At This Time All Canadian Waters Are Off Limit.

 

September 11th, Entry Fees Due:  No Entries will be accepted after that time. There will be no refunds after that time.  Send Entries with money due to Anglers Dream, PO Box 1201, Hammond, IN 46325

 

Entry Fee Modifications do to Covet 19: Due to the many divisions that were only able to conduct 4 events or less there will be two separate entry fees for the Tournament of Champions. Entry Fees for participants that fished five events or more and accumulated 160 points or more will be $240. Entry fees for entrants that only participated in four events and accumulated 128 points or more will be $275.

September 11th, No guides will be allowed after 11:59 pm September 11th until the conclusion of the tournament.


September 17th, 4 pm to 6 pm: Tournament Mandatory Pre Tournament Check-In: This check-in will take place at the Selfridge Public Boat Launch, 29028 William P. Rosso Hwy. Harrison Twp, Michigan between 4 pm & 6 pm. Any team late for check-in or does not show up will be penalized 30 minutes on their day one takeoff time.


September 18th, 7:15 am, Day One Take Off:  Take off in assigned order from the Selfridge Public Boat Launch. All participating boat live wells are to be open and running and the boat kill switch is to be attached to the boat operator for inspection by the tournament officials at that time.


September 18th' Day One Check-In: First Flight check-in is 3:30 pm, at the Selfridge Public Boat Launch: Second Flight check-in is 4:00 pm: Third Flight check-in is 4:30 pm:


September 19th, 7:15 am, Day Two Take Off:: Take off in assigned order from the Selfridge Public Boat Launch. All participating boat live wells are to be open and running and the boat kill switch is to be attached to the boat operator for inspection by the tournament officials at that time.

September 19th Day Two Check-In: First Flight check-in is 3:30 pm, at the Selfridge Public Boat Launch: Second Flight check in is 4:00 pm: Third Flight check-in is 4:30 pm:

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2020 Anglers Dream Tournament of Champions Official Rules

To qualify for this event two entrants must be designated as a team on the entry forms for the qualifying events that they participated in. A member of a qualified team whose partner can't attend this event can join together with another qualified member to create an eligible team. A qualified member can fish alone. The 2020 Tournament of Champions will take place on Sept.18 and 19th and will be held on Lake St. Clair,  Harrison Township, Michigan. There will be a mandatory pre-tournament check-in for all contestants participating in the 2020 Tournament of Champions. Any teams that are late or don’t show will be penalized 30 minutes on their first day take-off time. This check-in will take place at the Selfridge Public Boat Launch, 29028 William P. Rosso Hwy. Harrison Twp, Michigan on Thursday, September 17, between 4 pm & 6 pm. Entry fees for this event must be paid no later than Friday, September 11th, 2020 - 11:59 pm. No Entries will be accepted after that time. There will be no refunds after that time. An Official Anglers Dream Tournament of Champions Entry Forms must be filled out in full and signed by all participants. Anglers Dream reserves the right to change the time and/or date of any event due to unsafe of unforeseen circumstances. Entry forms will be available online after August 12th.

1. SAFETY: Safe boating conduct must be observed at all times. Each competitor is required to wear a Coast Guard approved life vest whenever the combustion engine is operating. All boats must be equipped with an ignition kill switch. A lanyard is to be attached to the boat kill switch and operator any time the combustion engine is operating. 
2. SPORTSMANSHIP: Tournament competitors are expected to adhere to high standards of sportsm