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Nine anglers have a chance to limit each day they fish during the 2011 Elite season, but the Arkansas River looms ahead.
There are magic numbers in sports, like Joe DiMaggio's 56-game hitting streak. Bass fishing has its numbers, too, and for consecutive limits it tops Joltin' Joe.
Jones is elated, KVD is still in the hunt, Reese is on the ropes, and Remitz needs all the help he can get. Here's the inside scoop on AOY, the Classic and requalifying for the Elite Series.
There are 20 horses in this year's Kentucky Derby, but only three in the AOY race. If you're not Alton, Big Show or KVD, you're already out of the running.
With half the Elite season over, some big name pros are on the outside looking in when it comes to qualifying for the 2012 Bassmaster Classic. It may be time to go for "broke."
If you hang around enough tournament weigh ins, you'll hear all kinds of ideas and theories. Some are obviously correct, some are remarkably stupid, and some are up for grabs — they require more information or research before being lumped into one of the first two categories.
We're nearly halfway through the 2011 Bassmaster Elite Series season and things are taking shape in the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year race.
Last time we covered a new statistic that I call Daily Catch Ratio (or DCR). I listed the best and worst anglers from the Elite Series for Day One and Day Two. Now let's take a look at who slipped the most from Day One to Day Two of the 2010 Elite Series season.
Look at the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year standings and you'll see some interesting changes from last year at this time. No one in the current top 10 was in the top 10 after two events last year.