Kevin DeOrdio holds his successful 25-pound, 1-ounce king salmon, caught through the 26th annual Casting for Character Sport Fishing Match to learn Seneca Waterways Council of Boy Scouts of America. He is with Kaman Corp. group. (Picture: Seneca Waterways Council, BSA)
Captain Jim Piano of Hammerhead Charters was double bother for the competitors within the 26th annual Casting for Character Sport Fishing Match.
Fishing out of the Rochester Yacht Membership this week, Piano’s clientele landed the most important King salmon in each open and Scout divisions — Kevin DeOrdio’s 25-pound, 1-ounce fish and Austin Hoitt’s 18-pounder. DeOrdio was fishing with Kaman Corp.
Austin Hoitt holds his 18-pound king salmon, which gained the Scouting division at 26th annual Casting for Character Sports activities Fishing Match. His dad, BSA govt Stephen Hoitt, is left and Hammerhead Constitution captain Jim Piano. (Picture: Seneca Waterways Council, BSA)
Greater than 170 anglers representing dozens of companies competed in morning and afternoon classes on Lake Ontario and helped elevate greater than $100,000 for Boy Scouts of America Seneca Waterway Council. Due to company sponsors, 20 Scouts had been in a position to fish this 12 months and expertise the fun of catching trophy-sized trout and salmon. A complete of 15 king salmon topping 20 kilos had been weighed in all through the day.
BSA serves practically 11,000 youths in Monroe, Ontario, Seneca, Wayne and Yates counties. Funds raised assist help aquatic coaching and security applications, together with lifesaving and boating courses.
This 12 months’s fishing match was underwritten by Richard A. Corbett Jr., an Eagle Scout from the Class of 1954, Troop 37, within the metropolis of Rochester. An actual property developer, Corbett is a previous commissioner/chairman of the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Fee.
Lou Langie, far proper, and members of Troop 37 Boy Scouts of America, Seneca Waterways Council. Langie is founding father of Casting for Character Sport Fishing Match, which helps myriad Scouting applications. This 12 months’s occasion raised greater than $100,000 and concerned greater than 170 anglers from quite a few companies within the Rochester area. (Picture: Seneca Waterways Council, BSA)
Brown trout — Andy Schoeneman, 12 kilos, 13 ounces with captain Jeff Goater, Huge Hitter Charters. Schoeneman’s catch positioned him in sixth place within the present Lake Ontario Counties Derby.
Lake trout — Fred Foster, 15-12 with captain Lucas Faulkner, Make the Flip Charters.
Steelhead trout — Evan Gevarter, 11-6 with captain Bruce Steinglein, Attached Charters. Gevarter ranks fifth within the LOC Derby.
Most fish — Captain Andy Chernobil, morning session; captain Kip Mammano, afternoon session.