Winners win. When you don’t have much to go on, go with anglers who consistently do well on a wide variety of waterways.
If you’re planning to pick Mike Iaconelli for your Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing team for the Delaware River, know that you are among 62.2 percent of people who are planning to do the same.
Momentum is underrated when it comes to picking Fantasy Fishing teams, says Classic champ Randy Howell.
The 8.1 percent of players who chose Hank Cherry got a bigger boost for their overall points because in Bucket C, Cherry beat his closest opponent, Nate Wellman, by 67.
Although pundits pretty much agree that BASSfest on Chickamauga will be won on offshore ledges, resist the urge to go all in on deep crankers.
Expect overcast skies, rain, favorable wind and moon phase — and huge bass that could rival Dean Rojas' single-day record of 45-2.
Powroznik, Mullins and Horton are underrated pros who are likely to shine on Chickamauga.
All of these guys can fish grass. It may just come down to who averages a little bit more per fish to make a difference of a lot of points.
We can’t help you decide who will be good on Chickamauga Lake, but we can spell out for you how the unique format of BASSfest will affect Fantasy Fishing.
Fantasy Fishing players who chose Zell Rowland had twice the score of one-quarter of their opponents (the Monroe pickers) and five times the score of another one-quarter of them (Vinson pickers).