Elite Series anglers quickly adapted to conditions
Dean Rojas' single-day catch survives assault at Falcon at least so far
Aaron Martens woke up at 4:20 a.m. Sunday, way before his alarm clock was set to go off. And he admitted to being nervous prior to the 8 a.m. takeoff for the final day of the Lone Star Shootout presented by Longhorn.
A little game of one-upsmanship broke out on the shore of Falcon Lake this morning, as the BASS Elite Series pros prepared to fish Day Three of the Lone Star Shootout, presented by Longhorn.
Martens, Velvick sitting on New York City for bass
"I don't know what to say. Normally, I'm a pretty talkative person, but right now, I'm speechless."
After fishing with Martens and Velvick, co-angler less than 15 pounds from BASS mark
Byron Velvick watched Aaron Martens catch a five-bass 42-pound limit on opening day of the Lone Star Shootout presented by Longhorn. Friday, Martens watched Velvick catch a 40-pound sack 41-11 to be exact.
Day One Notes: Falcon Lake Bass Hurting Anglers