When he won the Bassmaster Classic a year ago, he cemented his status as one of the bright young stars of our sport. By winning it back-to-back, Jordan Lee has cemented his status as being a future legend in our sport. Much as he did a year ago, the 26-year-old made a final day comeback
This chart represents the points earned for each of the 18 events Dustin has participated in over the past 24 months.
Dustin is averaging 608.748 points per event over the past 24 months and 584.369 points per event over the past 12 months, for a generally down trend.
Trends: Our trend feature compares an angler's average points from the prior 24 months to the average points from the prior 12 months to establish whether the angler's recent performance exceeds or falls behind that of a longer span. If the recent average is within 2.5% of the average for the longer period, we consider the angler's performance to be steady, as indicated by an almost equals to sign.
We tend to forget things that happened 17 years ago. Fortunately, Takahiro Omori found the best way to remind us. Back in 2001, Omori won an FLW Tour event on Lake Martin. Apparently, he still remembered a few things about the lake all these years later, as he scored his second victory on Martin by
Yes, the headline for this post doesn’t seem to make sense, but it as odd as it is, it’s accurate. Keith Combs won his first tournament ever outside the state of Texas by winning the Bassmaster Angler of the Year Championship on Lake Mille Lacs. But at the end of the day, it was Brandon
Usually it’s veterans who find ways to grind out victories under tough conditions (and this past weekend was the definition of “tough conditions”). Yet, it was two rookies who found themselves handling Mother Nature the best and holding trophies. Needless to say, this past week’s weather was downright awful, and it obviously affected both the