Anglers point to others who should fare well this week on Guntersville.
The Elites give their estimations of what weight it will take to win the Diet Mtn Dew Bassmaster Elite at Lake Guntersville.
My guess is that it’ll take an average of at least 20 pounds a day just to make a respectable showing and 25 pounds a day if you expect to do anything on Sunday.
Chris Lane says that this tournament sets up perfectly for Aaron Martens.
The pros had a short break between the first Elite Series event of the year on the Sabine and the second on Guntersville. Most of them spent their time catching monster fish.
Elite anglers show off their absolute favorite baits for baggin' bass.
It took Aaron Martens 107 pounds, 8 ounces to pull out a win on Guntersville in May 2009. What do you think the winning weight will be this spring?
At least 12 pros have won on Guntersville before, and at least one of those winners is in each bucket.
Aaron Martens' father died the week of the Bassmaster Classic, but Martens feels close to his dad everytime he's out in nature.