Pete
Robbins

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Veteran outdoor writer Pete Robbins provides a fan's perspective of B.A.S.S. complemented by an insider's knowledge of the sport. Follow him on Twitter at @fishywriting.

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Open for business

Open for business

By Pete Robbins

Five minutes after catching No. 3, Jason Christie added No. 4 on his next stop.It appears that his window of opportunity has opened. Will he have enough time to climb through it?

Inching closer

Inching closer

By Pete Robbins

Jason Christie just landed bass number three, a near 2-pounder. Not a giant by any means, but it puts him within one decent sized bite of the lead.Nail biter.

Slip sliding away

Slip sliding away

By Pete Robbins

Jason Christie is down to one hour left to fish, with just two little keepers in his livewell. He may think it's out of reach, but one or two key bites is all it'll take to get right back in the...

Numero dos

Numero dos

By Pete Robbins

Christie is running the backs of pockets and came to one we had not visited before. Within 3 minutes bass number two was in the well. Not a lot of pomp and circumstance, no yelling, just back to...

Gone?

Gone?

By Pete Robbins

Jason Christie just told us that he previously saw four or five fish under this nondescript dock. He fished it carefully -- twice --but if they're still there they don't want to play.

Back to the Future

Back to the Future

By Pete Robbins

Jason Christie has returned to the backwater pond where he started this morning. It's also where he lost a 5-pounder yesterday afternoon.The water back here is substantially dirtier than anyplace...

Glassy

Glassy

By Pete Robbins

Jason Christie is in the far back of a long pocket, an obvious spawning zone. It is getting warm and there is not a lick of a breeze."Need some wind, Bowman," he said.

Transplanted tactics

Transplanted tactics

By Pete Robbins

In the earliest days of B.A.S.S., there were a lot of regional specialists. The Florida pros would do well in grass flipping situations. The Kentucky Lake crew could fish offshore. The Carolina...

Running and gunning

Running and gunning

By Pete Robbins

Jason Christie has abandoned his starting spot, blasting out of the backwater pond. He's a few miles away now, but we're guessing he will return to it sometime later today, as he did yesterday.

Lonely at the top

Lonely at the top

By Pete Robbins

Jason Christie has reached his starting spot, trailed by about 15 spectator boats. He's in the far back of a creek, across a super-skinny flat, and his friends are policing themselves, keeping far...

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