Mark Rose lit up Lake Wheeler. Did he light up the Majors World Ranking as well? The results may surprise you.
August 13, 2012 by Sean Ostruszka
We showcase where Jacob Wheeler would fit into the world rankings after his incredible Forrest Wood Cup victory, while breaking down how the Cup shifted things around for the rest of the field.
August 7, 2012 by Sean Ostruszka
Sorry about the week off last week. We’ve been a little busy over here at Bass Rankings, but we promise to make it up to you.
How about breaking down the favorites for this weekend’s Forrest Wood Cup? Yeah, that should do it.
July 2, 2012 by Sean Ostruszka
David Dudley’s on a tear, Jonathon VanDam added another trophy to the family case and there were some major shake ups in the rankings after the Green Bay and Champlain tournaments. Man, what a weekend!
June 11, 2012 by Sean Ostruszka
Two Major events means twice the shake-ups this week as we see how the Elite Series event on Toledo Bend and FLW Tour event on Kentucky Lake shifted the anglers around in the Majors World Ranking.
May 16, 2012 by Sean Ostruszka
A look at some of the statistical favorites for the FLW Tour event at the Potomac River.
March 28, 2012 by Sean Ostruszka
FLW is renewing its tradition this weekend. You know, the one where they head to the Ozarks.
Aside from last year (when the tournament was canceled due to high water), the FLW Tour has almost always headed to Beaver Lake or Table Rock Lake in the spring.
This year is no different, with the only new twist being the timing. Instead of going in February or May, The FLW Tour is splitting the difference and going to Table Rock at the end of March.
No matter. We have plenty of data to go around. So let’s start crunching.
January 19, 2012 by Sean Ostruszka
Crowning an angler of the century right now would be like naming a winner to a marathon after the first mile. There is still plenty of fishing to be done.
However, with Bass Rankings recently expanding its database to include every Major- and Minor-level event since the turn of the century – pushing the site’s total to more than 26,000 anglers – we figured can at least now crown an angler of the first decade.
October 18, 2011 by Sean Ostruszka
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.