Topics: Aaron Martens

B.A.S.S. takes a moment to look back with annual Night of Champions dinner

Feb 19, 2015

Before turning its full attention to this week's GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by GoPro, B.A.S.S. took time to honor last year’s winners with the annual “Night of Champions” dinner Wednesday at the Hyatt Regency.

Warming up on registration day

Feb 17, 2015

All 54 Classic competitors gathered at the Hyatt in downtown Greenville to collect tournament swag and for a briefing on this year's rules and unfolding weather situation.

A song for Nevaeh

Feb 16, 2015

Every year that Bill Lowen qualifies for the Bassmaster Classic, picking his song is easy. He lets his daughter, Nevaeh, choose it.

Tharp: I want to beat the best

Feb 12, 2015

When I sit back and look at the pool of anglers that have earned my respect over the years, the one thing they have in common is that they all do their own thing.

Martens joins Monster Fishing Tackle

Feb 4, 2015

For Aaron Martens, the agreement is about having an additional avenue to educate the fans on how to catch more fish.

Aaron Martens signs with Enigma Fishing

Feb 3, 2015

The speculation can end– the 2013 Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year is the face of Enigma Fishing, a new company in Central Florida.

Fantasy: Set a cold and a warm game plan

Feb 2, 2015

When setting a Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing roster for a Bassmaster Classic in February, it’s tough to settle on a game plan until you know more about the weather and its effect on water temperature.

The pros' approach to Classic practice

Feb 2, 2015

Narrowing down the possibilities will be a challenge for the 56 professional anglers competing in the GEICO Bassmaster Classic.

Megabass and Martens part ways

Jan 28, 2015

Megabass of America confirmed today that after 17 years, Megabass’ title sponsorship of Aaron Martens is ending.

Massive Hartwell a challenge for Classic anglers

Jan 22, 2015

When talking with one of the 56 anglers taking part in the GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by GoPro, Feb. 20-22 on Lake Hartwell, you can expect to hear the words “big” and “everything” a lot.

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