With Fantasy Fishing ownership split down the middle in buckets A and C, your buckets B and D could be more likely to help you win this year’s Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing contest for the Classic.
Registration for the 2014 season of Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing is open as of Feb. 1.
If you know bass fishing and you’re good at putting your thoughts on paper, we invite you to submit your pundit picks to Bassmaster.com.
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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.
Don’t load your Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing rosters with just drop shotters and tube draggers.
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.