As we approach the end of the Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing season, you are in one of two boats: One is having ground to make up, and the other is playing it safe and hoping some players at the top gamble on some long shots and miss.
He's been the best pick in Fantasy Fishing for the last three tournaments; should you choose Evers again for the next one?
It's that point of the season where, if you've got to make big moves, you've got to make bigger gambles.
Pick pros who can flip grass, but mix in a sprinkling of river rats, dudes with the keels of their boats scraped up from getting into out-of-the-way guts they’ll have to themselves.
For the third tournament in a row, Edwin Evers was the best pick in Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing. Except this time, he has some company. Kevin Ledoux tied with Evers for having the biggest points difference in his bucket.
One trend I’ve noticed is young smallmouth anglers doing well on the Great Lakes. Jonathon VanDam and Brandon Palaniuk are prime examples,
If you're going to listen to anyone about who to pick for the St. Lawrence, listen to the guy who's been the best Fantasy Fishing pick in the last two tournaments.
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.
How your team does on the St. Lawrence could very well depend on how strong your Bucket E pick is.
The very last event, on Havasu, the final Fantasy Fishing story was called You Should Have Chosen Evers. For BASSfest, the title is the same because, really, you should have.