Aaron Martens is the Favorite to Win Upcoming Bassmaster Classic
Bass fishing is all about sight, intuition and skill. Kaenon’s proprietary SR-91 polarized lenses were once again the key tool in Brett Hite’s wire-wire victory at the season opening Walmart FLW Tour last weekend. Wearing Kaenon’s Hard Kore frame with Copper 12 (C12) lenses, he bagged a whopping four-day total weighing in over 88 lbs., earning him his largest professional fishing payday in his career—$125,000!
Hite joins a long list of winners on the FLW Tour and Bassmaster Series (bass fishing’s two most prominent professional fishing series) who rely on Kaenon Polarized for protection, performance and vision. Kaenon’s Copper 12 and Copper 28 tints are two of the most popular polarized lens tints for bass fisherman seeking heightened color contrast and detail definition for sight casting and chasing bigger fish. Combined with Kaenon’s Hard Kore frame, Hite had the vision he required, with all-day comfort and constant protection from the sun’s harmful rays, wind and water—keeping him comfortably protected all day on the water, and allowing his skills and solid decision making to prevail.
While the FLW Tour kicked off its season last weekend, the “Super Bowl” of bass fishing—the Bassmaster Classic—begins this weekend, with current Angler of the Year, Aaron Martens, as the lead favorite. Like Hite, Martens has relied on Kaenon Polarized during his professional career and prefers Kaenon Kore frame with C12 and C28 SR-91 polarized lenses. Originally from California but now living in Alabama, Martens has been enjoying some of the best success of his career and has high expectations for himself as the Classic will once again be held in his new backyard of Birmingham.
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