Topics: Aaron Martens

The wonder from Down Under

Sep 7, 2015

Normally, I wouldn’t have reason to write about the pro who finished 94th overall, but the more I think about it, the more incredible what Carl Jocumsen did becomes.

Breaking down the AOY Championship

Sep 4, 2015

The AOY Championship will determine a number of berths in the 2016 GEICO Bassmaster Classic at Grand Lake in Oklahoma.

Tharp: Don't count me out yet

Sep 3, 2015

This is Randall Tharp's best attempt to let everyone know the answers to the questions they were afraid to ask.

Chris Lane: Total commitment creates my success

Sep 1, 2015

'I saw the total dedication that the winning anglers display and decided that if I was going to be successful in this business and support my family through fishing, I’d better start doing the same.'

Daily Limit: St. Clair recap

Aug 31, 2015

Looking back at St. Clair, there's no denying Aaron Martens is an original, and Faircloth's win was bittersweet without family.

Martens snoozes to AOY title

Aug 30, 2015

Martens moved up from 11th place Saturday to finish 6th Sunday and clinch the 2015 Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year title. Martens now has a 102-point insurmountable lead over second-place Dean Rojas.

Martens wakes up late, still wins Toyota Bassmaster Angler Of The Year title early

Aug 30, 2015

Aaron Martens slept through his alarm clock Sunday morning, got on the water 30 minutes late and still clinched the 2015 Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year title three weeks early.

Faircloth claims victory at St. Clair

Aug 30, 2015

Faircloth spent the entire tournament building on the previous day’s weight by catching large smallmouth bass from Bell’s Hump, which is located on the Canadian side of Lake St. Clair.

Daily Limit: St. Clair Day 3

Aug 29, 2015

Martens won't jump nor fish with Snoopy rod tops five hings of interest from Day 3 of the Plano Bassmaster Elite at Lake St. Clair

Imminent AOY

Aug 29, 2015

Aaron Martens came to Lake St. Clair with a 69-point lead over his closest competitor in the AOY race. He’s going to leave with a nearly insurmountable margin of at least 96 points, maybe more.