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“My mission is to consistently compete at the highest level of the sport I love while exhibiting the professionalism and integrity that honors my sport, family, partners and God. - Jeff Kriet ”

Meet Jeff Kriet

Jeff Kriet has been a professional on the Bassmaster Elite Series Tour since 2001. And, Jeff has qualified for the 2019 Bassmaster Elite Series.

He will be in the 2019 Bassmaster Classic, this year it takes place in Tennessee River located in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Jeff, from Ardmore, Oklahoma, has been married to his wife Stefanie for twenty years and they have one daughter, Paige.

New Bass Pro Tour Anglers

Major League Fishing (MLF) leadership today announced the official roster of the 80 anglers who have committed to compete in the new-for-2019 Bass Pro Tour and MLF Cup events....

2019 Bassmaster Elite Field

With another season just three months away, B.A.S.S. officials announced Wednesday that the field for the 2019 Bassmaster Elite Series has been set...

Wacky Worm Fishing

Jeff Kriet is a Bassmaster Elite Series tournament angler who has been fishing BASS events for well over 20 years...

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — The 2013 Bassmaster Elite Series offers something for everyone: rivers and lakes; largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass; opportunities for record catches; and plenty of challenges for the world’s greatest bass anglers. Eight events in seven different states promise to create a true test of the best and one of the most exciting Elite seasons ever.

The coming year marks the eighth anniversary of the Elite Series and the 46th of the Bassmaster Tournament Trail. The organization will be commemorating the milestones with a new Bassmaster Classic venue, some water the Bassmaster circuit has never visited and a few historic fisheries on which anglers will pit their skills against the fish and one another.

It all begins with the 43rd Bassmaster Classic — “the Super Bowl of bass fishing” — on Grand Lake o’ the Cherokees out of Tulsa, Okla. (Feb. 22-24). It will be the first time for Tulsa and Grand Lake to host a Classic — and the farthest west the championship has been held since 1979.

The 2013 Classic will feature some three dozen Elite pros, including winners from each of the 2012 Elite tournaments. Other qualifiers include champions from the 2012 Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Opens, six talented amateurs from the B.A.S.S. Federation Nation, the Weekend Series champion and the Carhartt College Series qualifier, Matt Lee of Auburn University.

After the Classic, the Elites head south to Orange, Texas, and the Sabine River system for the Sabine River Challenge (March 14-17). It’ll be the first time B.A.S.S. has ever held a professional level event on the river, which flows out of the historic waters of Toledo Bend Reservoir. In early spring, bass on the river should be fat and plentiful.

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