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Movers & Shakers: KVD No. 1

No one could have predicted it would happen this soon, but the day has finally arrived.

After a week at the top of the Majors World Ranking, Mark Rose, along with Andy Morgan and Brent Ehrler all faltered at last weekend’s FLW Tour Open at Lake Okeechobee.

That means, for the first time since Bass Rankings’ launch, VanDam is the No. 1-ranked angler in the world.

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The Best on the Best

Choke Canyon. Amistad. Falcon.

Each lake by itself is one of the top bass fishing destinations in the country. Combined, they represent the best chain of lakes in the world right now.

No other river chain offers the chance to catch as many or as big a fish as the triple threat running up and down the Rio Grande River. They are the best of the best.

So after the FLW EverStart last weekend, we wanted to know who was the best on the best.

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Movers & Shakers: Steady Week for Minors

Don’t worry Minors anglers. We didn’t forget about you.

In Monday’s Movers & Shakers article, we focused solely on the Majors instead of the usual double duty. But when a new No. 1 Majors angler in the world is crowned, we had to devote the entire article to Mark Rose.

Now, it’s the Minors’ turn.

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Movers & Shakers: Rose No. 1

It has finally happened.

Since Bass Rankings launched, a lot has changed. Yet, one thing has remained the same: Brent Ehrler is the No. 1 angler in the Majors World Rankings.

Not anymore.

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Best in the Sunshine State

Considering Chris Lane and Brandon Medlock have each won two season openers in the last three seasons, we started thinking about the best anglers in the state of Florida. Not necessarily guys who live there, but guys who excel in those early season events in the Sunshine State. So we decided to look into it.

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BR Chats With … John Crews

Bass Rankings catches up with one of the busiest men in the sport, John Crews, and talks about his new lure company, the Bassmaster Classic and his goals for the future.

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Database Expanded Through 2000

More than 26,000 anglers competed in Major- and Minor-level bass tournaments since the year 2000, and all of them are now in Bass Rankings’ database.

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BASS Makes Changes to Scoring System

First it was the BASS Opens. Now, it’s been confirmed that the Elite Series is following suit with an adjustment to the point system by which it determines its Angler of the Year.

Bass Rankings discusses the change and breakdowns how the new system would have shook up the Angler of the Year race in previous seasons.

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BR Chats With … Michael Simonton

Bass Rankings: When we first launched the site, you were the No. 1-ranked Minors-only angler, and you’re currently No. 2. How did it make you feel seeing your name atop that ranking?

Michael Simonton: It’s been pretty awesome. As a fan of the sport, I’ve been obsessed with looking at the different rankings out there for the pros. So to all of a sudden see my name on a ranking was a very neat experience.

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