The maturity of Aaron Martens and presenting him a third AOY title highlights the top five things from Day 2 at Sturgeon Bay.
Five anglers were involved in two ties at the Plano Bassmaster Elite at St. Clair, and the outcome of the implemented tiebreakers impacted each pro.
When your passion is bass fishing, college may seem like a big speed bump on the way to a pro fishing career. But several Bassmaster Elite Series pros tackled that speed bump before going pro.
The first question I hear from most people since I picked up my first career victory with B.A.S.S. in Sacramento earlier this month is, “How does it feel?”
With three top-heavy buckets, odds are good one or two of these odds-on favorites are going to win their bucket and maybe the event.
I’m going to make selections based on value, pros with low ownership percentages combined with high probabilities of doing well.
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.
It’s the California youngsters vs. the veterans as two generations of Golden State anglers top the Sacramento leaderboard.
The local pros know where the big ones go, as evidenced by the heavy local presence at the top of the leaderboard at the Sacramento River.
I’m not usually a big proponent of local advantage in Elite Series tournaments, but in this case, I think some past experience will come in handy. It’s going to be a track meet where a track record will help.