It hit me as the Day 2 weigh-in for the 2013 Bassmaster Classic was winding down. We don't have a formula for estimating how far back is too far back to reasonably mount a comeback in a bass fishing tournament.
Have you ever heard a weather forecast that called for a 50 percent chance of rain? I'll bet you haven't ... and there's a reason for that.
BAXAB takes into consideration the two things every tournament scoring system should cover — numbers and size.
If you want to find out who the best bass angler is, a tournament is a pretty good way to do it.
We know who catches tournament lunkers. Who catches the biggest tournament bass on average?
Before you run off and proclaim KVD the best in Elite history, let's consider a couple of factors.
There's a new king when it comes to catching big fish in the Bassmaster Elite Series, and his name is ...
With the newest six, the Fed Nation has now qualified 181 anglers for the Bassmaster Classic since the program started in 1973. They've represented 44 different states and three foreign countries.
The Bassmaster Elite Series finale on Oneida Lake raised an interesting statistical point that's right up the alley of Bassonomics. I wonder how many of you caught it. At first, I certainly didn't.