While the Lucas brothers are physically far apart nowadays, Justin and his siblings remain close, partly because of their successes in bass fishing and golf.
No matter where you went at BASSfest, where the grounds at Paris Landing included over 150 vendor tents, there was something that made you feel encouraged about the future of fishing, particularly bass fishing.
Sacramento River champ Justin Lucas picks underdogs for BASSfest.
Justin Lucas and Aaron Martens visited the B.A.S.S. headquarters on May 28 and chatted with fans on Bassmaster.com and on Twitter.
This week Greg Hackney shares a story about one of the really fine young professional anglers fishing B.A.S.S.: Justin Lucas.
Edwin Evers' 40-point big-bag bonus and his 5-point Day 1 leader bonus pushed him head-and-shoulders above anyone in his bucket.
Lake Havasu City resident could cap it off with a win.
Justin Lucas enjoyed a couple minutes all to himself backstage Sunday. As the Day 3 leader, Lucas would be the last man to weigh in. After Aaron Martens’ fish had been weighed, Martens was all but conceding the Sacramento Bassmaster Elite at Sacramento River title while talking to emcee Dave Mercer on stage. Lucas savored the moment.
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.