Christie’s Winning Fishing Pattern on Dardanelle by: Jason Sealock



Oklahoma’s Jason Christie won the Bassmaster Elite Tournament on Arkansas’ Lake Dardanelle Sunday, collecting the $100,000 prize, the big trophy and a Toyota Bonus Bucks award of an extra $3,000. Just as exciting is his win-and-in Bassmaster Classic entry. He now has qualified to fish the biggest bass tournament in the world three years in a row.

Christie is growing a reputation for exciting come-from-behind victories, having notched the biggest comeback in final day history last year when he jumped from 11th to first on the last day of the 2013 Ramada Quest on Bull Shoals. This comeback wasn’t as extreme, but after starting out 26th after Day One, he finished the second day in 10th, before moving to fourth going into the final day. His final four-day weight of 72 pounds, 3 ounces was good enough to give him the win over Alabama’s Gerald Swindle by 4 ounces.

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