Salmon & Trout fishing at its finest
Year round fishing charters, close to Niagara Falls and area attractions. We provide everything you need to make the most of your fishing trip. We will take you on a world class fishing experience to remember.
We offer a variety of packages. Whether you are looking for a one-day, half-day or multi-day trip we will work with you to accomodate all your needs. We also provide multi-boat and executive trips. We encourage our customers to have the best time possible during their time with us and tournament fishing options are always available on Lake Ontario. There are plenty of options to fill your needs and we make sure you get the most for your money.
Most of our customers come back year after year to get in on the action. Call Captain Vince today!
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2013 wins include:
"Thrillseeker, led by Capt. Vince Pierleoni of Newfane, did it again this past weekend as they won the Professional Division of the 11th annual Lake Ontario ProAm Tournament out of Oswego County" lakeontarioproam.com
"Pierleoni's Thrillseeker squad continues to do what no team has ever done twice in either Niagara or Oswego - repeat as champions. Their most recent victory in Oswego was their fourth title there, winning a decisive battle against plenty of local giants on their home turf. They've also chalked up five wins in Niagara in their home waters." Tonawanda News
" Thrillseeker scored 523.92 points to win the first place prize" Lake Ontario Outdoors
"Captain Vince is a full-time professional angler. As a Great Lakes trendsetter, he helped develop many of the tactics that are commonly used today. With countless days on the water, seven Pro-Am wins, and over 40 other tournament placings taken aboard his boats, Captain Vince is a proven asset to Dreamweaver." Dreamweaver lures
"Second Place in the 2007 Wayne County Pro-Am was Team Thrillseeker with Captain Vince Pierleoni’s team bringing in a total of 22 fish over the two day tournament. The Thrillseeker team’s two day score was 498.58 and captain and crew took home $4,446 cash and prizes for their effort." Niagara Gazette
RE: Buffalo Sabres Alumni Charity Tournament "Best percentage of hook-ups and lost fish went to Capt. Vince Pierleoni of Newfane with a 100 percent, 7-for-7 on salmon in the morning" Outdoors Niagara
"Capt. Vince Pierleoni of Thrillseeker Charters is one of the best. He is on top of the leader Boards for almost every tourny for the last 20 years+ his # is 585-615-1197 cell" Message Board
Thrillseeker Sportfishing of Kent, NY has won the professional division of the 1998 Lake Ontario Challenge Cup Series with a total of 526.15 points in the Oswego and Niagara County Pro-Am tournaments NYSG extension/tourism
Thrillseeker, led by Captain Vince Pierleoni won top prize of $5100… Trophy Teasers
"Capt. Vince Pierleoni’s Thrillseeker team placed second overall in the Wayne County tournament with a score of 498.58 points. They also place second in the East Cup title and fourth overall in the Lake Ontario Challenge Cup for all four tournaments" ilovenyfishing.com
” Captain Vince Pierleoni has been on a roll since he won the $1000 a Day Derby again. Western Lake Ontario Fishing Guide
"‘Team Thrillseeker’ wins Pro-Am and Lake Ontario Challenge tournaments" Union Sun & Journal
"Captain Vince Pierleoni and his ‘Team Thrillseeker’ led 30 professional fishing teams to win Oswego County’s sixth annual Lake Ontario Pro-Am Salmon and Trout Team Tournament" lakeontariooutdoors.com
" Unreal ......... Even our hero Vince Pierleoni was in there some 25 years ago taking the hogs" A-Tom-Mik Trolling Flies
… five-time Niagara Pro-Am champion Thrillseeker led by Capt. Vince Pierleoni with 137.34 points Olcott Fishing
"The Thrillseeker Fishing Team of Olcott is the epitome of competition fishing when it comes to Salmon Tournaments on Lake Ontario. There isn't anyone better. They can be compared to Tiger Woods in golf, Lance Armstrong in cycling or the New York Yankees in baseball. Every time out, they're a favorite to win it all."Bill Hilts, Jr, Niagara Gazette