With the season sliding toward its eventual end, those of us who need to make a move in Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing will have to take some risks just like the anglers will.
Sacramento River champ Justin Lucas picks underdogs for BASSfest.
Edwin Evers' 40-point big-bag bonus and his 5-point Day 1 leader bonus pushed him head-and-shoulders above anyone in his bucket.
With three top-heavy buckets, odds are good one or two of these odds-on favorites are going to win their bucket and maybe the event.
Lake Havasu is certainly closer to the finesse side of the spectrum than that of the Cal Delta, although power fishing proved to be a player in another event here earlier in the year.
Don't just pick California guys; go with ones who are good with a flippin' rod or with a frog.
I’m not usually a big proponent of local advantage in Elite Series tournaments, but in this case, I think some past experience will come in handy. It’s going to be a track meet where a track record will help.
Just because an angler lives on Lake Guntersville doesn't mean he's a shoe-in.
Chris Lane says that this tournament sets up perfectly for Aaron Martens.
Absent a tornado or some other natural disaster, this one is going to be an absolute slugfest.