Jim
Sexton

Biography

Jim Sexton manages Bassmaster.com and social media for B.A.S.S. He grew up in Knoxville, Tenn., and now lives in Birmingham, Ala. 

Tournament Statistics

Personal Info

Hometown

Birmingham, 
Alabama

Family

Gretchen (wife), Mack, Maggie (children)

Content

Lane with a limit

Lane with a limit

By Jim Sexton

Chris Lane was worrying about filling his limit. “It’s getting late,” he began to sing. Then with about 35 minutes left until the 4:00 check in he caught a 2-pounder, and 10 minutes later he caught...

Swindle with three

Swindle with three

By Jim Sexton

We pulled up on Gerald Swindle and he immediately caught a 2-pound bass. That was his third keeper, giving him 5-12 in BASSTrakk. That’s good enough for fourth place at the moment. Shortly...

Roumbanis up a creek

Roumbanis up a creek

By Jim Sexton

Fred Roumbanis has three fish for 5-pounds which puts him in second place in BASSTrakk. He’s fishing way back in one of the many creek arms of Carters Lake. When we pulled up, Roumbanis told us, ...

Hanselman seeing fish

Hanselman seeing fish

By Jim Sexton

Ray Hanselman Jr. has two bass in his livewell for about 3 and a half pounds. That has him sitting in fifth place in BASSTrakk. Hanselman is creeping along a steep rock bank. He only moved about 25...

Combs fishing deep

Combs fishing deep

By Jim Sexton

Carters Lake is the deepest lake in the state of Georgia at 450 feet. Some sources list it as the deepest lake east of the Mississippi. Still, I was surprised to see Keith Combs with a spinning...

Lucas on the board

Lucas on the board

By Jim Sexton

After an hour and 20 minutes of fishing Justin Lucas finally landed his first bass. “It’s a toothpick,” said Thomas Allen, looking through his long camera lens. But hey, it counts. We have several...

Lucas with 4-pounder

Lucas with 4-pounder

By Jim Sexton

Toyota Angler of the Year Leader Justin Lucas is feeling it. The California native who now lives in Alabama just landed a 4-pound bass. He fist pumped and hollered like he just won the AOY...

Lucas with a limit

Lucas with a limit

By Jim Sexton

Justin Lucas just caught back to back bass to fill out his limit. His fourth keeper appeared to be a 3-pound class fish. Maybe a little less. With it, Lucas showed some excitement for the...

Lucas on the board

Lucas on the board

By Jim Sexton

Toyota Angler of the Year leader Justin Lucas just landed two small keepers, each in the one pound range. Unofficially, and the points aren’t final until the tournament is complete, Lucas has...

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