Choose anglers for your Fantasy Fishing team who are good smallmouth anglers and who have low Fantasy Fishing ownership percentages.
Need big finishes in the next two tournaments to save your Fantasy Fishing season? You’ll earn big bonus points by picking an angler likely to catch a Carhartt Big Bass.
Fat, deep-dwelling, clear-water smallies will fill the winning bag this week, so repeat this mantra as you set your roster for the St. Lawrence River in Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing — spin to win!
Pick your Fantasy Fishing team based on anglers adept at targeting river smallies.
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.
VanDam, Reese and Evers battling for Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year? Seems like old times!
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.
West Point’s largemouth and spotted bass will likely be trending postspawn when the Elite Series pros begin competition May 2.
Don’t load your roster with just sight fishermen. There won’t likely be enough spawners to go around. Plus, several top sight fishermen don’t have stellar records on Ozarks impoundments in April.