Tag Archives: Jonathan Carter

3 Maine waters make Bassmaster magazine’s 100 Best Bass Lakes list

We’ve got plenty of great fishing here in Maine, whether you want to target cold-water species like landlocked salmon and brook trout or warm-water species like bass. And while some might think of sprawling lakes in the southern U.S. when they talk about world-class bass fishing, the folks at Bassmaster magazine aren’t among that crowd. […]

Bass angler Carter to appear at BDN’s show booth

A couple weeks back, as the crew from BDN Maine Outdoors chatted with folks at the annual Cabin Fever Reliever outdoor show in Brewer, one of the top questions we we received was a new one to us: “How’s Jonathan Carter doing?” Carter, you may recall, is the 30-year-old teacher who grew up in Orrington […]

Carter won $12,900 at Bassmaster Classic

A quick update from the weekend’s Bassmaster Classic in Oklahoma: Jonathan Carter, the Orrington native who became the first Mainer to compete at tournament bass-fishing’s biggest event, took home $12,900 by earning 17th place. The top 25, with total weight caught and the prize breakdown, according to a B.A.S.S. press release: 1. Cliff Pace, 54 […]

Orrington angler says cold weather won’t bother him at Bassmaster Classic

As Jonathan Carter prepared for the opening day of the Bassmaster Classic on Thursday evening, he admitted that the weather he’d been experiencing just outside of Tulsa, Okla., had reminded him a bit of home. “Today it has been pouring and about 40 degrees,” Carter said. “[Friday] it’s going to be a high of 34 […]

Orrington native wins regional bass tourney, readies for nationals

Over a three-day stretch in which anglers struggled to put bass in their boats, Jonathan Carter stuck to his chosen strategy and emerged victorious over anglers representing their states and nations in the recent Cabela’s Bassmaster Federation Nation Eastern Divisional. For his efforts, Carter, an Orrington native who now teaches in South Portland, earned a […]