To win on Douglas Lake, anglers will fish big baits deep and vertically. Knowing that should help you pick a winning Fantasy Fishing roster.
Even though B.A.S.S. has held only two tournaments on Douglas in the last 10 years, the fact that the lake is an upland reservoir is good for all of the Elite anglers.
This week on The Livewell, Steve Bowman and Jake Kelso pick their Fantasy Fishing teams for the TroKar Quest on Bull Shoals Lake.
BassGold.com pattern data indicates that tournaments held in April and May are won targeting shoreline wood cover with jigs.
The key to success in the first three weeks of Fantasy Fishing play has not been picking a tournament winner from Bucket A. Rather, it's been the "Moneyball" route – picking undervalued competitors from the lower buckets.
If you're one of the 50 recent winners of B.A.S.S. Fantasy Fishing presented by Toyota Trucks, your fantasy life is pretty rich.
Okeechobee was a game changer for many teams taking the College Fantasy Fishing Challenge.
Are you standing atop the leaderboard or scratching the bottom of the barrel in your fantasy leagues? Regardless of the answer, take some advice from our Elite Series anglers on who they would consider for the 2012 Power Pole Slam on Lake Okeechobee.
In preparation for this week's Power-Pole Slam, BassGold.com uploaded 80-plus patterns for Okeechobee tournaments.
When it comes to Fantasy Fishing and the College Fantasy Fishing Challenge, Texas Tech remains at the top of the leaderboard.