Carl Jocumsen sits in third place, 12 ounces behind leader Aaron Martens, but there's a problem as they and Randy Howell are sharing the area that might not hold out.
Day 1 recap of the Huk Performance Fishing Bassmaster Elite at Chesapeake Bay
NORTH EAST, Md. — Some fishermen like to play it safe when they’re leading the Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year race late in the season. They focus on getting a good limit, drawing a paycheck and earning valuable AOY points. But Aaron Martens seems to be taking a different approach during this week’s Huk Performance Fishing Bassmaster Elite at Chesapeake Bay.
Being at the right spot at the right time is still bit of guessing game.
Things to look for on Bassmaster LIVE during the Huk Performance Fishing Bassmaster Elite at Chesapeake Bay.
It's that point of the season where, if you've got to make big moves, you've got to make bigger gambles.
The Angler of the Year race is not truly a marathon nor is it a sprint. Rather, it’s a marathon composed of a series of stand-alone sprints.
For the third tournament in a row, Edwin Evers was the best pick in Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing. Except this time, he has some company. Kevin Ledoux tied with Evers for having the biggest points difference in his bucket.
In becoming the first angler to win consecutive Elite events, Edwin Evers also joined an elite crowd of five with double-digit victories.