In 2007, Patrick Pierce was able to sign on to fish the Southern and Central Bassmaster Opens. He added the Northern Opens starting in 2013.
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.
Brett Hite was making the same casts into the same spots as the other guys, but a little West Coast trickery helped him get more of the bites that mattered.
While some anglers have made major moves up or down, others have just held their places in line. They have the piece of paper, but the story of their seasons remains a big question mark. Mathematically, a lot is still possible.
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.
The trip to this week’s Sacramento River Elite event serves as a reminder of what fellow Elite Anglers who live out here must endure.
Needless to say, I’m pretty pumped about this western adventure over the next couple of weeks.
Choose a blend of high-momentum anglers and those with good previous finishes on the Delta.
You see, great surf spots are like great fishing holes. They’re sacred and precious. The locals who watch over them feel the water is theirs.
Megabass of America confirmed today that after 17 years, Megabass’ title sponsorship of Aaron Martens is ending.