YUM Pulse Makes Splash at Bassmaster Classic

March 9, 2016

Bassmaster Elite pro Jason Christie fell so hard for the YUM Pulse it was all he used during the 2016 Bassmaster Classic.


Alton Jones: Classic Prep

February 3, 2016

Alton Jones prepares for the 2016 Bassmaster Classic.


Alton Jones: Classic Momentum

September 25, 2015

A strong finish to the 2015 season has the 2008 Bassmaster Classic champion fired up about the 2016 event. 


CLASSIC PROFILE - Jason Christie

February 4, 2015

Put your money on this B.A.S.S. Elite pro for the Classic win.


Alton Jones - Tournament Lessons

August 26, 2014

With one event to go Alton Jones can see the finish line, but did Cayuga spoil his chances at the Classic?


How I Weighed In 25.5-Pounds At Dardanelle

June 20, 2014

I didn’t win the B.A.S.S. Elite tournament on Arkansas’ Dardanelle May 16 through 19. I placed 17th in the final standings, which is disappointing, but I did bring in the biggest sack of the tournament on Day 2 – 25.5 pounds! Anytime you have a bag like that it’s worth talking about.


Jason Christie Swims A Boo Jig, Craw Chunk To Elite Victory

May 20, 2014

Oklahoma’s Jason Christie won the Bassmaster Elite Tournament on Arkansas’ Lake Dardanelle Sunday, collecting the $100,000 prize, the big trophy and a Toyota Bonus Bucks award of an extra $3,000. Just as exciting is his win-and-in Bassmaster Classic entry. He now has qualified to fish the biggest bass tournament in the world three years in a row.


OMG FMJ Does It Again

March 31, 2014

Daniel and Adrian Barnes, a couple of bass-fishing brothers from Belton, Texas, know that feeling. The two won the Texas Tournament Zone Trail tournament on Lake Austin Feb. 22 with a five-fish limit weighing 43.22 pounds. Second place weighed in 29.06 pounds for a difference of 14.16-pounds.


Christie's Tube, Wooly Hawg Craw Net Fourth in FLW Event

February 11, 2014

Oklahoma angler and YUM pro staff member Jason Christie pitched and flipped his way to fourth place at the FLW Open tournament on rain swollen Beaver Lake in northwest Arkansas. Christie’s game plan coming into the tournament was to fish for largemouth in hard to reach places -- to go for broke and ignore the spotted and smallmouth bass. This strategy worked well for three days. Unfortunately it was a four day tournament, and he brought only three bass to the final day weigh-in.


Christie is home at the 2013 Classic

February 11, 2014

A competitive nature is required of professionals at the top level of any game, but you can sit and talk with Oklahoman Jason Christie for hours and rarely get a glimpse of his desire to beat you at Old Maid, much less bass fishing. But under his smiling, easy going façade is a driving force that has propelled him from dominating tournament locals on his home lake at Grand Lake O’ The Cherokees to the top of the FLW Tour and on to the biggest tournament in fishing, the Bassmaster Classic.


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