The Toyota Texas Bass Classic has not only jumbled up the rankings; it’s give us a new No. 1 angler in the world!
September 27, 2012 by Sean Ostruszka
Here’s an article posted on NBCSports.com talking about Mark Rose’s dominance on the Tennessee River lakes.
September 24, 2012 by Sean Ostruszka
Mark Rose lit up Lake Wheeler. Did he light up the Majors World Ranking as well? The results may surprise you.
May 31, 2012 by Sean Ostruszka
A 2010 FLW Tour event dropped off, causing some shuffling in the Majors World Ranking.
May 21, 2012 by Sean Ostruszka
The tides of the Potomac sent some fluctuations through the rankings, with David Dudley taking over the top spot and Brent Ehrler falling out of the top 10.
May 14, 2012 by Sean Ostruszka
Steve Kennedy continues to dominate the PAA and move up the Majors ranking, while local Kentucky Lake sticks also makes some moves in the Minors ranking.
April 25, 2012 by Sean Ostruszka
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.
April 2, 2012 by Sean Ostruszka
It was not a good week for most of the FLW Tour pros in the top 20.
Between a 2010 Lake Norman event dropping off and a tough Table Rock tournament over the weekend, eight of the 13 FLW pros in the Majors World Ranking top 20 saw their averages dip in the latest update.
Meanwhile, we have a new No. 1 in the Minors-only Ranking.
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.
March 12, 2012 by Sean Ostruszka
Brent Ehrler had an FLW Tour win drop from his ranking last week. He did a pretty good job of replacing it over the weekend.
Throughout the FLW Tour event on Lake Hartwell, Ehrler kept saying he was conserving his fish and didn’t want to be in the lead until after the final weigh-in. Looks like he wasn’t kidding, as the pro won his fourth FLW Tour event, effectively replacing his FLW Tour win at Table Rock from 2010 in the process.
So how much did the weekend victory help him in the Majors World Ranking? Well, he still hasn’t regained his spot at No. 1, but he’s back in the top five..