Elite anglers and their theme songs

Every Elite Series angler gets to pick a favorite song that plays during the weigh-in. Find out which songs get your favorite anglers pumped.

<p> 	Aaron Martens’ entrance at the Bassmaster Classic and at Elite Series events to LMFAO’s “I’m Sexy and I Know It” is a total crowd-pleaser. (That’s just how he rolls.) This gallery is dedicated to the Bassmaster Elite Series pros and their taste in music. Enjoy seeing the variety of songs the pros pick for their entrance music. What would you choose if you were one of the pros?</p>
Photo: Seigo Saito - Aaron Martens’ entrance at the Bassmaster Classic and at Elite Series events to LMFAO’s “I’m Sexy and I Know It” is a total crowd-pleaser. (That’s just how he rolls.) This gallery is dedicated to the Bassmaster Elite Series pros and their taste in music. Enjoy seeing the variety of songs the pros pick for their entrance music. What would you choose if you were one of the pros?
<p> 	Despite winning at Douglas, Jeremy Starks is on a "Highway to Hell" (AC/DC)</p>
Photo: Seigo Saito - Despite winning at Douglas, Jeremy Starks is on a "Highway to Hell" (AC/DC)
<p> 	Bradley Roy digs Skillet’s “Hero.”</p>
Photo: Rob Russow - Bradley Roy digs Skillet’s “Hero.”
<p> 	“Start Me Up,” says Casey Scanlon. (Rolling Stones)</p>
Photo: James Overstreet - “Start Me Up,” says Casey Scanlon. (Rolling Stones)
Bernie Schultz shows his love for mobster dramas. He chose the “Sopranos” TV show theme song, “Woke Up This Morning.”
Photo: Steve Bowman - Bernie Schultz shows his love for mobster dramas. He chose the “Sopranos” TV show theme song, “Woke Up This Morning.”
<p> 	Kevin Short’s song should come as no surprise: “Pink” by Aerosmith!</p>
Photo: Seigo Saito - Kevin Short’s song should come as no surprise: “Pink” by Aerosmith!
<p> 	“Wake Up,” says Michael Simonton. (Pepper)</p>
Photo: Seigo Saito - “Wake Up,” says Michael Simonton. (Pepper)
<p> 	Fletcher Shryock is all “Bawitdaba” da bang a dang diggy diggy when he comes to the stage. (Kid Rock)</p>
Photo: James Overstreet - Fletcher Shryock is all “Bawitdaba” da bang a dang diggy diggy when he comes to the stage. (Kid Rock)
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Photo: James Overstreet - “Wherever I May Roam” by Metallica welcomes Chris Zaldain to the stage.
<p> 	Nate Wellman is a fan of “The Middle” by Jimmy Eat World.</p>
Photo: James Overstreet - Nate Wellman is a fan of “The Middle” by Jimmy Eat World.
<p> 	David Walker says he is “Never Gonna Stop.” (Rob Zombie)</p>
Photo: James Overstreet - David Walker says he is “Never Gonna Stop.” (Rob Zombie)
<p> 	Dustin Wilks enters the stage to Johnny Cash’s “Five Feet High and Rising.”</p>
Photo: Steve Bowman - Dustin Wilks enters the stage to Johnny Cash’s “Five Feet High and Rising.”
Greg Vinson chose “Where the River Flows” by Collective Soul.
Photo: Seigo Saito - Greg Vinson chose “Where the River Flows” by Collective Soul.
<p> 	Byron Velvick chose comedy with Saturday Night Live’s “I’m on a Boat" by The Lonely Island.</p>
Photo: Seigo Saito - Byron Velvick chose comedy with Saturday Night Live’s “I’m on a Boat" by The Lonely Island.
<p> 	Kevin VanDam enjoys “Ladies and Gentlemen” by Saliva.</p>
Photo: Seigo Saito - Kevin VanDam enjoys “Ladies and Gentlemen” by Saliva.
<p> 	“Take a Little Ride” croons Rodney Clawson when J Todd Tucker comes to the stage.</p>
Photo: Steve Bowman - “Take a Little Ride” croons Rodney Clawson when J Todd Tucker comes to the stage.
<p> 	Jonathon VanDam digs “Got My Country On” by Chris Cagle.</p>
Photo: James Overstreet - Jonathon VanDam digs “Got My Country On” by Chris Cagle.
<p> 	Gerald Swindle gets the crowd yelling “Bring ’Em Out.” (T.I.)</p>
Photo: Gary Tramontina - Gerald Swindle gets the crowd yelling “Bring ’Em Out.” (T.I.)
<p> 	Even when it’s raining, Brian Snowden enters the stage to “It’s a Beautiful Day” by U2.</p>
Photo: Rob Russow - Even when it’s raining, Brian Snowden enters the stage to “It’s a Beautiful Day” by U2.
<p> 	David Smith just wants a “Red Solo Cup.” (Toby Keith)</p>
Photo: James Overstreet - David Smith just wants a “Red Solo Cup.” (Toby Keith)
<p> 	Terry Scroggins is very literal. He walks up to the stage to “Gone Fishing.” (Lynyrd Skynyrd)</p>
Photo: Seigo Saito - Terry Scroggins is very literal. He walks up to the stage to “Gone Fishing.” (Lynyrd Skynyrd)
<p> 	Zell Rowland goes all patriotic with Toby Keith’s “Courtesy of The Red, White and Blue.”</p>
Photo: Gary Tramontina - Zell Rowland goes all patriotic with Toby Keith’s “Courtesy of The Red, White and Blue.”
Fred Boom-Boom Roumbanis chose the song with his nickname in it, “Boom,” by Snoop Dog and T Pain.
Photo: Seigo Saito - Fred Boom-Boom Roumbanis chose the song with his nickname in it, “Boom,” by Snoop Dog and T Pain.
<p> 	Scott Rook goes old-school with “Voodoo Child.” (Jimi Hendrix)</p>
Photo: Seigo Saito - Scott Rook goes old-school with “Voodoo Child.” (Jimi Hendrix)
<p> 	Dean Rojas wants to “Jump” just like his frogs! (Van Halen)</p>
Photo: Seigo Saito - Dean Rojas wants to “Jump” just like his frogs! (Van Halen)
<p> 	Marty Robinson showed fans at the Bassmaster Classic that he’s got the “Moves Like Jagger.” (Maroon Five)</p>
Photo: Gary Tramontina - Marty Robinson showed fans at the Bassmaster Classic that he’s got the “Moves Like Jagger.” (Maroon Five)
Derek Remitz needs Metallica’s “Fuel” when he hits the stage.
Photo: James Overstreet - Derek Remitz needs Metallica’s “Fuel” when he hits the stage.
<p> 	Skeet Reese has his own colors as his song, “Black and Yellow.” (Wiz Khalifa)</p>
Photo: Seigo Saito - Skeet Reese has his own colors as his song, “Black and Yellow.” (Wiz Khalifa)
<p> 	Clark Reehm doesn’t want to “Faint” on stage. (Linkin Park)</p>
Photo: Seigo Saito - Clark Reehm doesn’t want to “Faint” on stage. (Linkin Park)
<p> 	Matt Reed is “Takin’ Up Space.” (Van Zant)</p>
Photo: Seigo Saito - Matt Reed is “Takin’ Up Space.” (Van Zant)
<p> 	Cliff Prince wants a ride on the “Crazy Train.” (Ozzy Osbourne)</p>
Photo: James Overstreet - Cliff Prince wants a ride on the “Crazy Train.” (Ozzy Osbourne)
“Life is a Highway,” according to Pete Ponds. (Rascal Flatts)
Photo: Gary Tramontina - “Life is a Highway,” according to Pete Ponds. (Rascal Flatts)
<p> 	Keith Poche is “Thunderstruck.” (AC/DC)</p>
Photo: Steve Bowman - Keith Poche is “Thunderstruck.” (AC/DC)
<p> 	Russell Parrish goes country with “You Gonna Fly” by Keith Urban.</p>
Photo: James Overstreet - Russell Parrish goes country with “You Gonna Fly” by Keith Urban.
<p> 	Brandon Palaniuk wants to “Break” away from everybody with Three Days Grace.</p>
Photo: Seigo Saito - Brandon Palaniuk wants to “Break” away from everybody with Three Days Grace.
<p> 	“I Can Only Imagine” sings Mercy Me as Cliff Pace takes the stage.</p>
Photo: James Overstreet - “I Can Only Imagine” sings Mercy Me as Cliff Pace takes the stage.
<p> 	Everybody was “Kung Fu Fighting” by Carl Douglas is Takahiro Omori’s pick.</p>
Photo: Seigo Saito - Everybody was “Kung Fu Fighting” by Carl Douglas is Takahiro Omori’s pick.
<p> 	Britt Myers wants fans to “Remember the Name.” (Fort Minor)</p>
Photo: Seigo Saito - Britt Myers wants fans to “Remember the Name.” (Fort Minor)
<p> 	John Murray digs “Get Busy” by Sean Paul.</p>
Photo: Gary Tramontina - John Murray digs “Get Busy” by Sean Paul.
<p> 	Andy Montgomery takes an “8 Second Ride." (Jake Owens)</p>
Photo: James Overstreet - Andy Montgomery takes an “8 Second Ride." (Jake Owens)
<p> 	Ish Monroe loves it when you call him “Big Poppa.” (Notorious B.I.G.)</p>
Photo: James Overstreet - Ish Monroe loves it when you call him “Big Poppa.” (Notorious B.I.G.)
<p> 	Jared Miller pays homage to his home state with “If I Ever Get Back to Oklahoma” by Jason Boland.</p>
Photo: James Overstreet - Jared Miller pays homage to his home state with “If I Ever Get Back to Oklahoma” by Jason Boland.
<p> 	Mark Menendez likes “The Streets Have No Name” by U2.</p>
Photo: Seigo Saito - Mark Menendez likes “The Streets Have No Name” by U2.
Mike McClelland is a “War Machine.” (AC/DC)
Photo: Jerry Cunningham - Mike McClelland is a “War Machine.” (AC/DC)
<p> 	“If Today Was Your Last Day” croons Nickelback to Billy McCaghren when he comes to the stage.</p>
Photo: Steve Bowman - “If Today Was Your Last Day” croons Nickelback to Billy McCaghren when he comes to the stage.
<p> 	Travis Manson ‘walks’ to the stage to Foo Fighters’ “Walk.”</p>
Photo: James Overstreet - Travis Manson ‘walks’ to the stage to Foo Fighters’ “Walk.”
<p> 	Bill Lowen is outdoors all the way with Brad Cotter’s “Ol’ Duck Blind.”</p>
Photo: James Overstreet - Bill Lowen is outdoors all the way with Brad Cotter’s “Ol’ Duck Blind.”
<p> 	Jared Lintner enters the stage to “Wherever I May Roam” by Metallica.</p>
Photo: James Overstreet - Jared Lintner enters the stage to “Wherever I May Roam” by Metallica.
<p> 	Kevin Ledoux is a fan of 5 Finger Death Punch’s “Bad Company.”</p>
Photo: Rob Russow - Kevin Ledoux is a fan of 5 Finger Death Punch’s “Bad Company.”
<p> 	Chris Lane made “Power-Pole Down” by Rodney Clawson famous during the Bassmaster Classic, and he keeps cranking it all season long.</p>
Photo: James Overstreet - Chris Lane made “Power-Pole Down” by Rodney Clawson famous during the Bassmaster Classic, and he keeps cranking it all season long.
<p> 	Metallica’s “Seek and Destroy” welcomes Bobby Lane to the stage.</p>
Photo: Mike Suchan - Metallica’s “Seek and Destroy” welcomes Bobby Lane to the stage.
<p> 	James Niggemeyer wants fans to start it up with “Ignition” by TobyMac.</p>
Photo: Gary Tramontina - James Niggemeyer wants fans to start it up with “Ignition” by TobyMac.
<p> 	Jeff Kreit digs “Sail” by awolnation.</p>
Photo: Seigo Saito - Jeff Kreit digs “Sail” by awolnation.
<p> 	Gary Klein chose “Hillbilly Bone” by Blake Shelton.</p>
Photo: Rob Russow - Gary Klein chose “Hillbilly Bone” by Blake Shelton.
<p> 	Steve Kennedy is “Born Free.” (Kid Rock)</p>
Photo: James Overstreet - Steve Kennedy is “Born Free.” (Kid Rock)
<p> 	“Fire It Up,” says Kelly Jordon. (Thousand Foot Crutch)</p>
Photo: James Overstreet - “Fire It Up,” says Kelly Jordon. (Thousand Foot Crutch)
<p> 	Alton Jones is a fan of “Voice of Truth” by Casting Crowns.</p>
Photo: James Overstreet - Alton Jones is a fan of “Voice of Truth” by Casting Crowns.
<p> 	Mike Iaconelli shouts “Never Give Up” by Mike Morazzini.</p>
Photo: Seigo Saito - Mike Iaconelli shouts “Never Give Up” by Mike Morazzini.
Jamie Horton is all country with Brantley Gilbert’s “Must Be Country Wide.”
Photo: James Overstreet - Jamie Horton is all country with Brantley Gilbert’s “Must Be Country Wide.”
<p> 	Davy Hite has got the “Moves Like Jagger.” (Maroon Five)</p>
Photo: Seigo Saito - Davy Hite has got the “Moves Like Jagger.” (Maroon Five)
<p> 	Kenyon Hill knows that every girl’s crazy about a “Sharp Dressed Man.” (ZZ Top)</p>
Photo: Seigo Saito - Kenyon Hill knows that every girl’s crazy about a “Sharp Dressed Man.” (ZZ Top)
<p> 	Matt Herren is all about “Right Now” by Van Halen.</p>
Photo: James Overstreet - Matt Herren is all about “Right Now” by Van Halen.
<p> 	Charlie Hartley must think it’s “Harder to Breathe” while on stage. (Maroon Five)</p>
Photo: Seigo Saito - Charlie Hartley must think it’s “Harder to Breathe” while on stage. (Maroon Five)
<p> 	Greg Hackney goes “Backwoods” by Justin Moore.</p>
Photo: Darren Jacobson - Greg Hackney goes “Backwoods” by Justin Moore.
<p> 	Chad Griffin digs “Stockyards” by Casey Donahew.</p>
Photo: Seigo Saito - Chad Griffin digs “Stockyards” by Casey Donahew.
<p> 	Matt Greenblatt wants fans to take him down to the “Paradise City” by Guns ‘n’ Roses.</p>
Photo: James Overstreet - Matt Greenblatt wants fans to take him down to the “Paradise City” by Guns ‘n’ Roses.
Pat Golden comes out to the stage to “Working for the MCA” by Lynyrd Skynyrd.
Photo: Adam Harbottle - Pat Golden comes out to the stage to “Working for the MCA” by Lynyrd Skynyrd.
<p> 	Grant Goldbeck chose “Enemy” by Seven Dust.</p>
Photo: Jerry Cunningham - Grant Goldbeck chose “Enemy” by Seven Dust.
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Photo: James Overstreet - Jami Fralick goes hardcore with “Dragula” by Rob Zombie.
<p> 	Todd Faircloth is “Born in the USA,” just like singer Bruce Springsteen.</p>
Photo: Seigo Saito - Todd Faircloth is “Born in the USA,” just like singer Bruce Springsteen.
<p> 	Edwin Evers explodes on the scene with “Dynamite” by Rokstar-Taio Cruz.</p>
Photo: James Overstreet - Edwin Evers explodes on the scene with “Dynamite” by Rokstar-Taio Cruz.
<p> 	Mississippi boy Paul Elias celebrates his home state with Mountain’s “Mississippi Queen.”</p>
Photo: Seigo Saito - Mississippi boy Paul Elias celebrates his home state with Mountain’s “Mississippi Queen.”
<p> 	Boyd Duckett stays true to Alabama with “Sweet Home Alabama” by Lynyrd Skynyrd.</p>
Photo: Gary Tramontina - Boyd Duckett stays true to Alabama with “Sweet Home Alabama” by Lynyrd Skynyrd.
<p> 	Ott DeFoe tips his hat to his roots with “Back Where I Come From” by Kenny Chesney.</p>
Photo: Jerry Cunningham - Ott DeFoe tips his hat to his roots with “Back Where I Come From” by Kenny Chesney.
<p> 	“I’m Gonna Miss Her” by Brad Paisley is Mark Davis’ song.</p>
Photo: Seigo Saito - “I’m Gonna Miss Her” by Brad Paisley is Mark Davis’ song.
Cliff Crochet is a fan of “The Back Door” by Swamp Pop Wayne Toups.
Photo: James Overstreet - Cliff Crochet is a fan of “The Back Door” by Swamp Pop Wayne Toups.
<p> 	John Crews hypes up the crowd with “Let’s Go” by Trick Daddy.</p>
Photo: Seigo Saito - John Crews hypes up the crowd with “Let’s Go” by Trick Daddy.
<p> 	Keith Combs digs “I am the Bassmaster.”</p>
Photo: Steve Bowman - Keith Combs digs “I am the Bassmaster.”
Rick Clunn comes to the stage to “Old Desert Rat” by Michael Murphy.
Photo: Gary Tramontina - Rick Clunn comes to the stage to “Old Desert Rat” by Michael Murphy.
<p> 	Brent Chapman is a fan of Skillet’s “Awake and Alive.”</p>
Photo: Seigo Saito - Brent Chapman is a fan of Skillet’s “Awake and Alive.”
<p> 	Brandon Card chose “Eye of the Tiger” by Survivor.</p>
Photo: Gary Tramontina - Brandon Card chose “Eye of the Tiger” by Survivor.
<p> 	Terry Butcher’s gone country with Chris Ledoux’s “Hooked on an 8 Second Ride.”</p>
Photo: Rob Russow - Terry Butcher’s gone country with Chris Ledoux’s “Hooked on an 8 Second Ride.”
<p> 	Stephen Browning goes crazy for Ozzy Osbourne’s “Crazy Train.”</p>
Photo: Seigo Saito - Stephen Browning goes crazy for Ozzy Osbourne’s “Crazy Train.”
Brent Broderick digs “Burn it Down” by awolnation.
Photo: Seigo Saito - Brent Broderick digs “Burn it Down” by awolnation.
<p> 	Denny Brauer likes “Old Time Rock and Roll” by Bob Seger.</p>
Photo: James Overstreet - Denny Brauer likes “Old Time Rock and Roll” by Bob Seger.
<p> 	Casey Ashley’s song is his own, “Fisherman.”</p>
Photo: Gary Tramontina - Casey Ashley’s song is his own, “Fisherman.”
<p> 	Tommy Biffle chose “Fred Bare” by Ted Nugent.</p>
Photo: James Overstreet - Tommy Biffle chose “Fred Bare” by Ted Nugent.
<p> 	Scott Ashmore comes to the stage to One Republic’s “Good Life.”</p>
Photo: James Overstreet - Scott Ashmore comes to the stage to One Republic’s “Good Life.”