While there may be some memorable meals in Many, La., for the competitors, it’s the bass that will truly be gorging themselves.
This event should fall somewhere in the middle of the previous two events, in terms of where the fish will be positioned. The large majority of bass will likely be getting into their postspawn pattern.
Aaron Martens scored more points for his owners in Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing than any of the other pros did.
Bench finesse fishermen in favor of power crankers and flippers with a history of success on Table Rock, Bull Shoals and/or similar highland reservoirs in prespawn tournaments.
Pros who have done well on Beaver and Bull Shoals will likely do well on Table Rock.
Chris Lane and Mark Davis did great work for their Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing owners. Edwin Evers and Shaw Grigsby were overrated by their fans.
A mixing of the buckets means that the St. Johns could play host to one of the highest Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing scores ever — that is, if history repeats itself.
If you want to win your league this week — and win that boat at season’s end — you must assume some risk and pick a long-odds angler or two.
A lot of guys will be moving around slowly looking for beds, as well as searching for bass with a topwater or burning a spinnerbait.
Strong experience may play the biggest factor on Seminole. Pick the most well-rounded pros for your Fantasy Fishing team.