Lane goes wire-to-wire on Sabine River

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z chris-lane_MG_1855Winning one Major event in a career is an accomplishment. It’s also an accomplishment Chris Lane has now done four years in a row.

Lane is proving himself as versatile as they come, as he’s won BASS Elite Series events up north on smallmouths (St. Clair, 2013), flipping (Red River, 2012 and St. John’s River, 2014) and now grinding with a win over the weekend on the Sabine River.

Yet, as many victories as he’s had, he’s also had some terrible tournaments the last two years, such as Dardanelle (98th) and Chickamauga (106th) in 2014. Hence, he’s not as high as many might think in our Majors Ranking. Still, the win bumped him up five spots to 55th.

In fact, Lane may have won the tournament, but he’s actually behind Mike McClelland in the ranking. McClalland is 52nd.

Looking at the top 10 of the Majors Ranking, Aaron Martens made the biggest move, as he vastly improved at the Sabine River compared to 2013. In fact, the 2013 Sabine River event dropped off last week, and with it Marten’s 85th-place finish. So Martens replaced his 85th place with a third, jumping him from 11th to fourth in the Majors Ranking.

Meanwhile, Brent Ehrler’s first Elite Series event didn’t go as well as he would have liked, dropping him from fifth to 10th.

Don’t forget to also check out the Minors Ranking after the FLW Rayovac on Guntersville this past weekend.

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Sean cut his teeth in the journalist world as an award-winning sports reporter, editor and freelancer for various Chicagoland newspapers, including the Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun Times and Daily Herald, eventually crossing over into editing and freelance writing in the Outdoor industry. In addition to his position as Editor for BassRankings.com, he is also a freelance outdoor writer and lure designer. He resides in the Chicago suburb of Lockport. An avid Bass and Muskie fisherman, his fishing influence began on ponds and lakes in northeast Illinois and has since expanded to a multitude of species across North and Central America. His passion for the sport is rivaled only by his love for building fishing lures, with a number of his designs being used by top professional anglers and produced by various lure companies today. Google+

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