The 112 anglers that took part in last week’s Sacramento Bassmaster Elite at Sacramento River won’t get much time to recuperate before the next Elite Series event.
Justin Lucas may have won the Sacramento Bassmaster Elite at the Sacramento River, but Chris Zaldain won the Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing points battle this weekend.
Turning 29 on Friday, it’s hard to imagine Justin Lucas has accomplished all he’s going to in professional bass fishing. But wherever he goes from here, it’ll be hard for him to top what he experienced in his home win in the Sacramento Bassmaster Elite at Sacramento River.
After seeing his weight drop precipitously for the second day in a row, Chris Zaldain is headed towards home. He'll head a lot closer to his hometown of San Jose in hopes the tide is right.
Justin Lucas knows he’s on the verge of something special as he leads the Sacramento Bassmaster Elite at Sacramento River with a three-day total of 66-14.
It came down to the last cast for Laj Tripp and Kyle Sittman as a catch in the final four minutes earned them the title in the 2015 Carhartt Bassmaster College Series Western Regional presented by Bass Pro Shops.
It’s the California youngsters vs. the veterans as two generations of Golden State anglers top the Sacramento leaderboard.
The West Coast dominance continued during Friday’s second round of the Sacramento Bassmaster Elite at Sacramento River, with Aaron Martens leading four Californians atop the standings.
Kevin Chen and Koulton Westbrook of Chico State took the Day 2 lead on Folsom Reservoir.
“Make me an angel…” Dateline: Sacramento, California “Sports is a metaphor for overcoming obstacles and achieving against great odds.” ~Bill Bradley In our soul, lies the climb, not the obstacle. Hold on. It is the human spirit that holds on, holds on, when the brain says, let go. Let go. “db, it is all I’ve wanted to do since I was 8 years old…”