Topics: Aaron Martens

2011 Bassmaster Classic - Bet That

Feb 16, 2011

Photos of several humorous Bassmaster Classic-related betting scenarios.

Classic anglers visit Tulane Hospital for Children

Feb 14, 2011

NEW ORLEANS -- The patients at Tulane Hospital for Children received a special surprise this Valentine's Day when they were visited by celebrity anglers Kevin VanDam, Aaron Martens, Brian LaClair, Ryan Said Shaw Grigsby, Stephen Browning and Edwin Evers.

2011 Bassmaster Classic - Children's Hospital

Feb 14, 2011

The 2011 Bassmaster Classic professionals took the time to visit with some very special fans at the Tulane Hospital for Children.

Anglers to fish new system next week

Feb 13, 2011

NEW ORLEANS, La; In the words of Matt Herren, the last three days have been nothing but a "wasted practice."

2011 Bassmaster Classic - Practice - Day Three II

Feb 13, 2011

Photos from practice day three for the 2011 Bassmaster Classic.

Dark horses and sentimental favorites

Feb 9, 2011

The Bassmaster Classic is more than just the biggest and best bass tournament in the world. It's an event, a test of the very best and a stage where legends are made.

2011 Bassmaster Classic - Dark Horses and Sentimental

Feb 9, 2011

Photos of several anglers considered to be either dark horses or sentimental favorites in the 2011 Bassmaster Classic

AOY Playoff: The perfect scenario

Feb 8, 2011

MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- For many, a Kevin VanDam victory in the Evan Williams Bourbon Trophy Triumph with Skeet Reese as runner-up would be a win-win scenario.

Groundhog Day AOY-style

Feb 8, 2011

For Skeet Reese, the alarm clock keeps waking him to "I Got You Babe," only it's not Sonny and Cher singing, it's Kevin VanDam. "This is not the way I wanted it to end up," said Reese, who wanted so bad for this year to be different.

AOY Playoff: Skeet's feeling the heat as he prepares to compete

Feb 7, 2011

MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- The competion is keen for AOY with five or six anglers withing striking distance. "You never know what's going to happen," says Kevin VanDam.

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