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  • Christie Will Take Different Approach To Grand

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    By Todd Ceisner
    BassFan Editor


    This time around, Jason Christie is hoping an old-school approach leads to a different outcome.

    When the Bassmaster Classic makes its second stop in 4 years at Grand Lake next March, Christie won’t be staying at a lavish lake house with a large group of people like he did in 2013. He plans on roughing it BFL-style, just like the earlier days of his tournament career.

    “I’ve got a buddy who has a 10-by-10 apartment in his garage and that’s where I’m going to stay,” Christie said. “I just want to limit the distractions and focus on what’s in front of me.”

    As he sees it, what’s in front of him will be a prime shot at redemption, a second chance to make a lasting impression in an event where anything short of winning is considered a failure. It’s all part of a different tactical approach Christie is taking as he prepares for his fourth career Classic.

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  • 2015 Texas Toyota Bass Classic

    Patterns and Lures Used

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    2nd: Jason Christie
    > Day 1: 5, 37-04
    > Day 2: 5, 26-08
    > Day 3: 5, 23-12
    > Total = 15, 87-12

    Christie is a superb flipper, but he'd pretty much made up his mind that he was going to fish offshore long before he arrived in Quitman, Texas.

    "I practiced shallow for 4 or 5 hours and checked out the flooded willows, but I felt like it was going to be won out," he said. "I could catch a couple of 5-pounders up shallow, but I could go out deep and catch a couple of 7-pounders."

    He developed a string of about 15 places that had the potential to surrender quality fish – some that he'd fished in last year's TTBC and others that he discovered in practice.

    "The problem was that I didn't have any of them to myself," he said. "I spent a lot of time idling, looking for a place that nobody else would find, but I just couldn't do it.

    "Out of the 15 places I had, the majority might have three big ones on it at a given time, but not a whole school. Catching them was a timing deal – you had to hope they were ready to eat when you pulled up."

    He led the field after each of the first 2 days and his day-1 stringer was the biggest of the tournament. It included a 10-01 brute that stood up as the big fish of the event until

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  • Jason Christie, Fishing for a Living

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  • Christie Will Take Different Approach To Grand

    Courtesy bassfan

    By Todd Ceisner
    BassFan Editor


    This time around, Jason Christie is hoping an old-school approach leads to a different outcome.

    When the Bassmaster Classic makes its second stop in 4 years at Grand Lake next March, Christie won’t be staying at a lavish lake house with a large group of people like he did in 2013. He plans on roughing it BFL-style, just like the earlier days of his tournament career.

    “I’ve got a buddy who has a 10-by-10 apartment in his garage and that’s where I’m going to stay,” Christie said. “I just want to limit the distractions

    Read More
  • 2015 Texas Toyota Bass Classic

    Patterns and Lures Used

    Courtesy

    2nd: Jason Christie
    > Day 1: 5, 37-04
    > Day 2: 5, 26-08
    > Day 3: 5, 23-12
    > Total = 15, 87-12

    Christie is a superb flipper, but he'd pretty much made up his mind that he was going to fish offshore long before he arrived in Quitman, Texas.

    "I practiced shallow for 4 or 5 hours and checked out the flooded willows, but I felt like it was going to be won out," he said. "I could catch a couple of 5-pounders up shallow, but I could go out deep and catch a couple

    Read More
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