A day after receiving a new No. 1 in the Majors, the Minors get a new No. 1, too.
Skeet Reese was back on the victory stand at West Point Lake, and it’s got him back in the top 30 as well.
The two Minor events didn’t do anything for the top 20, but they sure caused some shake-ups in the 30-50 range of the Minors-Only Ranking.
The Bull Shoals event (and a couple that dropped off) produced to major moves in the Major Ranking, while there were some notable debuts in the Minors-Only Ranking.
Two Minor events over the weekend shook up the Minors-Only Ranking, including bringing back a familiar face at No. 1.
While there were some huge weights posted at the Guntersville EverStart over the weekend, the tournamnet proved to be a tough one for a number of top 50 pros in the Minors-Only Ranking.
We get you caught up on the 10 other tournaments not named the Bassmaster Classic that took place over the weekend (and how they affected the rankings). Here’s a hint, we have a new No. 1 in the Minors!
There’s a new No. 1 Minors-Only angler (and a ton of carnage) after a tough FLW EverStart on Toledo Bend did a number on the rankings.
Trevor Fitgerald is back in the top 10, while a few angler make significant jumps into the top 50 after the BASS Open on Lake Toho.