UPCOMING EVENT: TOYOTA SERIES - 2020 - Ft. Gibson

Christie Blasts 22-10 on Grand

Christie Blasts 22-10 on Grand

Oklahoma stick Jason Christie overcame the unsettling effects of a passing cold front to sack up a five-bass limit that weighed 22 pounds, 10 ounces for the day one lead in the Costa FLW Series Southwestern Division finale, presented by T-H Marine on Oklahoma’s Grand Lake. READ MORE »

Review: AFTCO Hooded Performance Shirt

Review: AFTCO Hooded Performance Shirt

The AFTCO Jason Christie Hooded LS Performance Shirt checks every box. It’s a comfortable shirt with a unique hood design I really liked. I reviewed it recently on a couple of kayak-fishing outings and during several days spent shooting photos on the water at FLW Tour and Costa FLW Series events. READ MORE »

Pro Tips Weekly: Jason Christie

Pro Tips Weekly: Jason Christie

There are three knots that I use most of the time because they’re simple, quick to tie and dependable. When I’m fishing with monofilament and tying on a topwater lure, buzzbait, soft jerkbait, floating worm or frog, I’ll use the Palomar knot. If I’m fishing braid with a single hook for soft plastics, I’ll snell the hook. I’ll also tie a Palomar with braid or fluorocarbon. READ MORE »

Jason Christie blog: two-tour titan

Jason Christie blog: two-tour titan

First of all, being the so-called local favorite at the Bassmaster Classic was pretty tough; there’s a lot of pressure. But I received a lot of media attention which is good, of course. I also really feel like I gained a lot of experience that will help this year and for the rest of my career. I’m talking about things like dealing with spectator boats and how to fish a big tournament on your own lake. READ MORE »

Pro Tips Weekly: Jason Christie

Pro Tips Weekly: Jason Christie

A fisherman should work out the tackle management system that makes sense to him. By this time of year, I’ve gone through my boat and replenished everything I think I might need anywhere the tournament trail goes. READ MORE »

Pro Tips Weekly: Jason Christie

Pro Tips Weekly: Jason Christie

A lot of guys tend to fish too deep for too long in the spring. By the time they figure out that the bass have already taken off for the shallows to spawn, they’ve missed a lot of good fishing. Most of the year bass don’t move too quickly, but they move surprisingly fast in the spring. When it gets closer to spawning time and the water reaches the 50- to 55-degree range, it’s better to start out fishing shallow and move deeper if you have to. READ MORE »