PME Fishing Tournaments


Monster Pike Tournament - 2021
February 6 - Longest Pike  

Gettin' Jiggy Tournament - 2021
February 13 - Longest - Blue Gill - Crappy - Perch 

Finny Slam - March 13, 2021
Longest Pike, Steelhead and Perch get awarded
Name sake tournament for a customer/friend who past away several years ago in a boating accident - Ray Finholm


Gettin' Jiggy - February 15, 2020
Thanks to all who braved the extreme winds today and participated in the 2020 Gettin' Jiggy Tournament. Congratulations to the winners. See attached photo's which include details.(Next tournament is March 14, 2020. Finny Slam awards the longest Pike, Perch and Steelhead) Please like and follow us on Facebook to get notified of further details coming soon.)

Monster Pike 2020 Winners

We are excited to post the winners of 2020 Monster Pike Tournament. We saw some good size pikes today even with the balmy weather we have been experiencing. Thank you to all the 41 participants we hope all had a great day of fishing. Please stop into Pere Marquette Expeditions for your fishing needs. Happy Trails!!!

Congratulations to Tourney Winners Below...



Congratulations to Tourney Winners Below...
Finny Slam - March 10, 2018 
  Ray Finholm Memorial Tournament

Gettin' Jigggy Tournament Winners - February 17, 2018 

Monster Pike Tournament WINNERS - January 27, 2018
Longest - Pike

Thanks to all the participants of 2017 Finny Slam.  The Ray Finholm Memorial Tournament.  Zero Pike were caught so the Pike payout was divided among the Steelhead and Perch Winners.  PME gift certificates were awarded to raffle winners attending the end of tournament measuring.  Thanks again to Pepsi for supplying beverage for ALL of PME's tournaments this year.  Happy Spring!!!!!!

PME fishing tournaments are designed to have fun for the whole family or just bragging rights amongst friends.  We pay out 100% to the top winners and with such low entry fees, what do you have to loose?  Occasionally we are asked  "why do you allow any local lake for the tournament and not just one?" The answer is that we don't like the idea of over fishing one lake, that way we keep fish populations stable for other fisherman after the tournament ends.