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It's a year of changes for me and I’m pumped about this one. I’ll be running an Xpress and Yamaha while fishing the BASSMaster Elite Series in 2021.

Thankful for my partners that have supported me the last 20 years, but there’s a bright and fast future ahead!

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  • Jason Christie Earns Sixth Bassmaster Win At Sabine River Elite

    Jason Christie Earns Sixth Bassmaster Win At Sabine River Elite
    Jason Christie Earns Sixth Bassmaster Win At Sabine River Elite
    ORANGE, Texas —

    Sticking with a bold plan, but making key adjustments was the winning formula for Jason Christie of Park Hill, Okla., whose four-day total of 43 pounds, 15 ounces topped the Dovetail Games Bassmaster Elite at Sabine River sponsored by Bassmaster Fishing 2022 – the official video game of B.A.S.S.

    Claiming his sixth Bassmaster victory, Christie posted his best effort on Day 1 with a second-place limit of 15-1. He took over the top spot on Friday by adding 13-14 and held that position on Day 3 with a limit

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  • New Elite: Jason Christie

    New Elite: Jason Christie

    Courtesy Bassmaster
    By: Pete Robbins

    Normally Jason Christie’s offseason would focus on deer hunting and family, and when he’s locked in on a particular deer it becomes an all-encompassing pursuit. This year, however, was quite different.

    “I’ve been hunting a deer, one where we know each other by name, and I found myself in the stand looking at Google Earth images of the Sabine River,” said the 2020 Bassmaster Central Opens points champion. “I never do that.”

    Indeed, while measures related to COVID-19 have not substantially altered the veteran Park Hill, Okla., pro’s life – “When I’m home, I have quarantined

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  • JASON CHRISTIE: It’s Time to Go Back to a High-Risk, High-Reward Attitude

    JASON CHRISTIE: It’s Time to Go Back to a High-Risk, High-Reward Attitude

    Jason Christie is ready to get back to a high-risk, high-reward mentality for the 2020 Bass Pro Tour season. Photo by Josh Gassmann

    High risk, high reward. It’s how I played the game of professional bass fishing when I was performing at my best. And it’s how I’m going to be fishing from now on.

    Tournament bass fishing is a sport where you’re going to fail the most. Every competitor – even one as great as Kevin VanDam – has a terrible winning percentage when compared to other sports. Even though I know this

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Lew's Pro Angler Jason Christie Discusses Gear Ratios and Spinnerbaits