As the new year begins, all of Scott Martin's focus shifts to the 2022 fishing schedule.
Scott Martin looks back over his first Bassmaster Elite season and finds several things for which to be thankful.
The dust has settled from the 2021 Basspro.com Bassmaster Opens season, but the repercussions will be felt for some time.
Scott Martin really enjoys watching his daughter’s tournament career develop and devotes his full attention to supporting her.
There are big spots in Lake Hartwell and the Bassmaster Classic is going to be a fun tournament.
How the final Northern Open of 2021 affected the futures of anglers Scott Martin, Cory Johnston, Mike Iaconelli and more.
The Basspro.com Bassmaster Northern Opens are set for a big finish, and it will all unfold on FOX Sports 1.Bassmaster LIVE shows for each Open division have been added after a successful Bassmaster...
Elite pro Scott Martin will be tuned in for Bassmaster LIVE from the Bassmaster Open this Saturday.
There was no time to exhale before starting the intense process of trying to qualify for the Bassmaster Classic, trying to make checks and trying to do everything to do well in these tournaments.
Elite pro Scott Martin breaks down his three favorite smallmouth baits and explains why each is important.
I like catching smallmouth, and I’m going to be around a lot of them this week and next, so I plan on taking advantage of that opportunity.
Lake Guntersville is known for big bass, and those caught in the Berkley Bassmaster Elite at Lake Guntersville provided great impact for those who landed them.
A lot can happen between now and the end of the season, but Scott Martin is committed to his goals, so there’s no letting up.
Watch how Scott Martin avoids spooking bedding bass with this tip using his Power-Pole shallow water anchors.
This week’s Guaranteed Rate Bassmaster Elite at Lake Fork is the kind of fishing the Elites all dream about.
The oversized bass that impacted Elite stop on Pickwick Lake
For Scott Martin, bouncing back from a tough finish on the St. Johns River by placing 25th on the Tennessee River was huge.
Championship Sunday in Florida set the tone for the rest of the season — no lead is safe and anyone can win.
Realizing that the goal he worked so hard to achieve is finally here fills Scott Martin with motivation.
A major reason Scott Martin returned to B.A.S.S. is to claim the Bassmaster Classic trophy that slipped through his father’s net.
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