Take time to look at the multiple events the pros have fished on Dardanelle so you can estimate who will repeat their good fortune.
Your Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing team should be heavy on anglers who can grind out a solid limit when bass are in their postspawn funk.
Pros who have done well on Beaver and Bull Shoals will likely do well on Table Rock.
A mixing of the buckets means that the St. Johns could play host to one of the highest Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing scores ever — that is, if history repeats itself.
After a total smallmouth smashfest on the St. Lawrence River, the Elite Series kicks it up a notch with a visit to the No. 1 bass lake in the world, Lake St. Clair.
Choose anglers for your Fantasy Fishing team who are good smallmouth anglers and who have low Fantasy Fishing ownership percentages.
Will this be the one event where Edwin Evers could stumble? If so, I look for the guy currently second in Toyota Angler of the Year standings to make a strong charge.
Thirteen of the anglers fishing this event call Alabama home, and at least one is in each Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing bucket.
The way the Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing buckets line up this year, it is possible to get an angler who finished in the Top 12 at West Point Lake in 2011 in each bucket.
It's a risk, but choosing the lesser-picked anglers could pay off big.