Choose anglers with low percentage ownership for a chance to beat the rest of the field.
This Classic could well be won by an Alabama competitor, so choose natives on your Fantasy roster.
Recognizing and selecting undervalued anglers is the best — but most difficult — key to picking successful Fantasy Fishing rosters.
It will be a fight to the end at the Classic. Be sure you choose the right guys for your Fantasy Fishing team.
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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