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So Far So Good

It’s been a great start to the Elite season. I always enjoy going to Deep South fisheries in the springtime when the bass are shallow because it really fishes to my strengths. I feel very thankful to have come out of the first two tournaments with good finishes and a great start in the Angler of the Year race. It’s always good to start the season with some momentum. Read More

HARTWELL TO HARTWELL (PART 2)

Moore, OK - Even though Texas pro Alton Jones, by his own admission, struggled during the second half of the 2014 Bassmaster Elite Series schedule, he hasn’t let it dampen the enthusiasm with which he has tackled the fall and early winter.

This past weekend, Jones lent his name and likeness to Legacy Outfitters, a nationwide men’s ministry group that is based near Jones’ home in Waco, Texas. On November 8th, Legacy Outfitters (www.legacyoutfitters.org) put on the first annual Alton Jones Classic, which was an open bass tournament held on Lake Waco. The fundraising tournament, which guaranteed a 1st Place prize of $3,500 and featured Farmer’s Insurance as the presenting sponsor, was an event That Jones was honored to be a part of. - Read More

 
HARTWELL TO HARTWELL (PART 1)

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Moore, OK – From the moment that B.A.S.S. announced this past January that the 2015 Bassmaster Classic would return South Carolina’s Lake Hartwell, Alton Jones openly stated that qualifying for the championship event was at the front of his mind.

The last time the Classic was contested on Lake Hartwell in 2008, Jones posted a victory by patiently crawling a jig across the bottom in frigid water temperature to the tune of 49 pounds, 7 ounces of Lake Hartwell bass. He outdistanced his closest competitor, Cliff Pace, by over 5 pounds.

“The reason that we all fish is so that we can qualify for the Bassmaster Classic and have a chance to win that tournament.  Having won it in 2008, I was certainly hoping to get a chance to fish it on Lake Hartwell again,” explained the Texas pro. Read More

 
The 10th Bassmaster Elite Series season to showcase world-class fisheries

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — In 2015, B.A.S.S. celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Bassmaster Elite Series with a schedule that commemorates some of the greatest events in bass fishing history. Six of the sites have hosted Elite tournaments in the past decade, and all eight fisheries are among the finest venues the sport has to offer for the best anglers in the business.

“It’s fitting that the 10th Elite Series season features such prominent and important fisheries,” said B.A.S.S. CEO Bruce Akin in announcing the 2015 schedule. “The schedule spans the country from coast to coast and from the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico, and it includes some of the very best bass lakes and rivers in the country — and some of the most challenging.” See photos of the 2015 schedule. Read More

 
Jones adds Blue Water LED

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LAWRENCEBURG, Ky. — Bassmaster Elite Series pro and 2008 Bassmaster Classic champion Alton Jones has joined the national pro staff of Blue Water LED.

Jones has been using Blue Water lights for the past seven or eight years, and it was that experience that laid the foundation for the partnership.

“I’ve gotten to know the good folks at Blue Water pretty well over the last several years,” said Jones. “Sometimes, when you have a great personal relationship with someone, it can turn into a good business opportunity, and this is a perfect example. I look forward to really helping grow the Blue Water brand and to showing anglers all across the country how proper lighting can be a huge benefit to their fishing.” Read More

 
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