Because none of the pros have a home lake advantage, it's best to choose low-percentage anglers who will give players a chance to beat the crowd.
This vast body of water will fish small to some, and endless to others. It will offer the opportunity for anglers to fish their strengths, whether they are deep or shallow, and could set up to be one of the favorite lakes on the Elite Series in 2014 for a few.
Skeet Reese is on fire, and several of the anglers in lower buckets built momentum on the Delaware that could come into play on Cayuga.
Every ounce will count on the Delaware River. Be sure to choose wisely for your Fantasy Fishing team.
Go with your finesse guys for Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing — especially the ones who were getting dialed in on Northern fish last week at Champlain.
With Tommy Biffle out of this week's competition, expect ownership percentages to shift.
The numbers point to anglers who are flying way under the radar, with one exception: Mike Iaconelli.
Winners win. When you don’t have much to go on, go with anglers who consistently do well on a wide variety of waterways.
If you’re planning to pick Mike Iaconelli for your Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing team for the Delaware River, know that you are among 62.2 percent of people who are planning to do the same.
Although pundits pretty much agree that BASSfest on Chickamauga will be won on offshore ledges, resist the urge to go all in on deep crankers.