Aaron Martens: Making the Sport More Exciting
I hope Major League Fishing keeps going to places that we don't know. Not knowing the lakes helps keep us on a level playing field and the format makes the sport more exciting. The smaller field will allow us to fish different lakes that we don't get to in other leagues.
Knowing the standings with the real-time leader board makes the new format challenging, and knowing what everyone else is doing adds a level of anxiety that we never had before.
It’s hard to say right now how Major League Fishing will change competitive fishing, but the excitement should transfer over to the public and if that happens, it could have an impact on the tournament world. This will cause a level of excitement that is going to help sports fans feel what we go through and that is what true sports fans get involved in. This shows what really happens.
Aaron Martens NewsRSS
- Late Chapman Charge Wins
Istokpoga Elimination Day Three
- Martens Hopes to Ride Wave
of Confidence Into Istokpoga
- Episode 3: Let the Trash Talking Begin
- Pace Wins Bassmaster Classic,
11 MLF Anglers Finish in Top 25
- Pace, Palaniuk, Iaconelli Lead
the Field After Classic Day 2
- Ike Tied for Classic Day 1 Lead
- Classic: Bone-Chilling Cold
- Quinn First to Punch Ticket to Finals
- 'Sudden Death' Pressure Cooker
- Can West Dominate East on Summit Cup Day 2?
- The Race to 24 Pounds in Primetime
- Losing Composure During Episode 2
- Ish Holds Off Kriet on Day 2
- Chautauqua Conjectures
- 2013 Classic Field Stacked with
Major League Fishing Anglers
- Martens Third at Green Bay Elite
- Faircloth Wins Mississippi River Elite
- Martens Third at Douglas Lake Elite
- Quinn and 'Bama Rig Crush the Field
- Jones Fourth, Horton Sixth at Classic
- 'Bama Rig Dominates Webisode One
- Mental Prep in Overdrive on Eve of Day 1
- Elimination Round Day 1: Angler Notes