The oversized bass that impacted Elite stop on Pickwick Lake
For Scott Martin, bouncing back from a tough finish on the St. Johns River by placing 25th on the Tennessee River was huge.
Championship Sunday in Florida set the tone for the rest of the season — no lead is safe and anyone can win.
Realizing that the goal he worked so hard to achieve is finally here fills Scott Martin with motivation.
A major reason Scott Martin returned to B.A.S.S. is to claim the Bassmaster Classic trophy that slipped through his father’s net.
If the Martins decided today that they’re done with fishing and never made another cast, they’d probably go down in history as the greatest father/son duo.
Entering his first year as a Bassmaster Elite Series angler, Scott Martin is looking forward to the great opportunities ahead.
Looking back at a wild and exciting year of Bassmaster tournament competition.
Get tips from new Bassmaster Elite pro Scott Martin covering the proper way to fish the ever popular jerkbait.
Scott Martin comes to the Bassmaster Elite Series with potential, and he’d love to realize it by having the family name etched on a Classic trophy.
Earning a spot in the 2021 Bassmaster Elite Series was the hardest thing I’ve ever done, but it was worth all the effort.
Join Bassmaster Opens pro Scott Martin as he shares tips covering how to catch a bass by flipping in heavy cover.
In many cases, junk fishing your way through a tournament day means weighing a limit of fish caught on five different baits.
This has been a year like none other, and one of the things that has impacted anglers the most is a longer fishing season.
Mentally and physically, a tournament angler has to get prepared for the competition.
The dog days of summer heat definitely plays a key role in when and where the fish will bite.
See how Basspro.com Bassmaster Opens pro Scott Martin set up his boat for competition on the Arkansas River.
Bassmaster Opens angler Scott Martin has developed a simple system for knowing when to replace the line on his reels.
Two good ways to catch fish in the summertime are on a brush pile with a big worm or by targeting bluegill beds.
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