A 2010 BASS Elite event dropped off and a new one is added from this past week, causing some shuffling in the Majors World Ranking.
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24-Month Points History
This chart represents the points earned for each of the 29 events David has participated in over the past 24 months.
David is averaging 671.49 points per event over the past 24 months and 594.333 points per event over the past 12 months, for a generally down trend.
Trends: Our trend feature compares an angler's average points from the prior 24 months to the average points from the prior 12 months to establish whether the angler's recent performance exceeds or falls behind that of a longer span. If the recent average is within 2.5% of the average for the longer period , we consider the angler's performance to be steady, as indicated by an almost equals to sign.
The latest Bass Rankings articles mentioning David Walker.
June 24, 2012
April 25, 2012
We crunch the data to find the favorites in both Majors events this weekend: The BASS Elite Series and Douglas and FLW Tour at Beaver.
February 22, 2012
Every tournament has its favorites to win. Some look at local pros as the favorites. Others go by past performances. Yet others simply go on hunches.
We go by numbers, and we have plenty of them. Hence the series “Data Overload.”
Before every Majors event, we want to use our database of stats to figure out who really are the favorites at any given event. We want to know if locals really hold the edge, or if time of year makes a difference with certain pros. We don’t want opinions. Just stats.
Are you ready? Then let’s start crunching for the Bassmaster Classic.
November 29, 2011
We’ve looked back at the three major tours. Now it’s time for the grand finale – the Majors World Ranking.
October 18, 2011
If there is one thing that is always true about the sport of tournament fishing, it’s that it is constantly changing. The same could be said about our World Rankings.
When we decided on a two-year time period, we didn’t want those years to start in January and end in December. We wanted it to be a revolving two years, meaning the rankings have the capability to change every day, just like the sport.
Check out the latest rankings, where Kevin VanDam has moved to No. 2, and various other anglers have shuffled with the dropping of a Majors event.