We’re all used to seeing the Bassmaster Elite Series pros in bass boats and decked-out pickups, but what do they drive when they’re at home? Some of them stick with their wrapped trucks, but a few - like Monroe - opt for a different ride when not on tour.
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Ish Monroe drives a shiny Hummer with fancy rims when he’s in California.
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Aaron Martens drives a truck enough of the year. When he’s at home in Leeds, Ala., he’s stylin’ in his Corvette.
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Casey Scanlon drives his wrapped Toyota Tundra around his hometown of Lenexa, Kan.
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Bassmaster Elite Series rookie Josh Bertrand rides around his hometown of Gilbert, Ariz., in his new Toyota Tundra, rigged with Rigid Industries LED lights.
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The Ragin’ Cajun, Cliff Crochet, stands out in Pierre Part, La., when he drives his wrapped Chevy Silverado 2500 around town.
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Kurt Dove travels in his Tundra, that he’ll have wrapped before the season starts, with his dog, Salsa. “He loves to travel with us,” said Dove, “and is looking forward to hitting all the tournaments next year.”
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David Walker’s Toyota isn’t just a work vehicle. He also uses it to travel with his family, including daughters Lilly and Olivia.
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In Dadeville, Ala., Kelley Jaye sports his Toyota Tundra.
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Edwin Evers looks as much the pro fisherman at home in Oklahoma as he does when he’s on tour.
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Dennis Tietje’s Chevrolet shows off his sponsors when he’s at home in Louisiana.
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BJ Haseotes has a fleet of vehicles to choose from when he’s at home in Centerville, Mass. He’s got a BMW, a Range Rover and a wrapped Suburban at his disposal.