2015 Bassmaster Elite Series champs

Category: Tournament

 Dec 31st, 2015 by OutdoorsFIRST 

Modified Dec 31st, 2015 at 12:00 AM

Two anglers were dominant on the Bassmaster Elite Series in 2015. Both Aaron Martens and Edwin Evers won two events. Add another Angler of the Year title to Aaron Martens mantle and you’ve got the makings for one heckuva year. Take a look at all of the 2015 champs.

Casey Ashley claimed the Bassmaster Classic title on Lake Hartwell to start the 2015 season (Gary Tramontina/Bassmaster)

Chris Lane won the regular season opener on the Sabine River in Texas. Lane has won a Bassmaster event each year since 2012. (Joel Shangle/BassFIRST)

Skeet Reese edged out Byron Velvick to win on Lake Guntersville in Alabama. (Joel Shangle/BassFIRST)

Justin Lucas captured his first Elite Series win on the Sacramento River in California. (Joel Shangle/BassFIRST)

Aaron Martens loved the desert conditions and won his first title of 2015 on Lake Havasu in Arizona. (Joel Shangle/BassFIRST)

Edwin Evers whooped up on the bass in Kentucky Lake on the Kentucky/Tennessee border to win BASSfest and his first hardware in 2015. (Joel Shangle/BassFIRST)

Yep, that’s Edwin Evers again for a back-to-back performance taking his second top spot of the season. This time on the St. Lawrence River in New York.  (Joel Shangle/BassFIRST)

Win number two in 2015 for Aaron Martens. This time out of Chesapeake Bay in Maryland. (Joel Shangle/BassFIRST)

Todd Faircloth added another win to his resume. T O double D now has five Elite Series victories. This one came on Lake St. Clair in Michigan. (Joel Shangle/BassFIRST)

Sure, the Angler of the Year Championship was about the Angler of the Year title. However, there was a tournament going on too. Chris Zaldain beat the Top 50 Elite Series anglers and took home his first Bassmaster Elite Series win. Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin was good to Zaldain. (Joel Shangle/BassFIRST)

Aaron Martens topped off his 2015 Elite Series campaign by winning the Angler of the Year title for the third time. Solidifying himself as one of the all-time greats in the sport. (Dave Landahl/BassFIRST)

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