Name:Curtis Sanders
Big Bass: 4.52
Biggest String: 13.00
Competition Team:ASC
Home Division:99
National Place: 192
Total Points 391
Total Payout: $763

PL Date Lake Total Points Payout
1 09/30/2017 West Point 13.00 200 $600


PL Date Lake Total Points Payout
1 9/30/2017 West Point 13.00 200 $600
2 11/12/2017 West Point 12.69 191 $163
            Total  $763






1 09/30/2017 13.00 200 600

What Truck, Boat and Outboard does Curtis run?

Nitro Z21, Mercury 250Pro XS, Ford F 250

My Sponsors

No sponsors but wouldn't mind having one.

What Curtis does for a living:

Electrician/Project Manager/Estimator

What you should know about Curtis:

I have been fishing all my life and that is probably what has keeped me sane all these years. I have been married all of my adult life and have two boys that are men and are living their dreams with their on families. I have three grandchildren and they are the light of my wife and my lives.


How Curtis started fishing

My father and grand father, started fishing in Florida in the mid 70's. I enjoy them especialy when they are well orginized. 

Aspirations or goals with fishing

To enjoy every minute of it and win a national tournament.

Favorite way to fish

Soft plastics and jigs because it  alows me to relax while I am fishing for the fun of it or while in a tournament.

Most exciting fishing experience

Catching a 15 pound large mouth around 20 years ago.

How Curtis prep for a tournament

Get rested and eat a good dinner the night before and something small the morning of the tournament. Make sure I have a game plan.

Three favorite search baits

Carolina Rig, Crank Bait, Swim Jig

Best tournament finish and what you did that day when you were fishing.

I have finished first in a lot of tornaments and they were all good and most of them were won on soft plastics.

Most challenging part of tournament fishing


When tournaments don't go my way

Learn from my mistakes.

Advice to give to an aspiring tournament angler:

Have patience and stick to your plan.

Some shared general bass fishing techniques for people just getting into the sport

Winter (Slow Down), Spring ( Shallow), Summer(Fish moving water and deep), Fall ( Fish fast and Shallow);

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