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.
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!
March 7, 2012 by Sean Ostruszka
For most any lake we have more data than NASA. Then there is Lake Hartwell.
The South Carolina gem is one heck of a fishery, but it’s a tough tournament to crunch data. Why? Probably because there have only been two Major events there since the turn of the century. That makes it a little hard to figure out trends or patterns.
November 29, 2011 by Sean Ostruszka
We’ve looked back at the three major tours. Now it’s time for the grand finale – the Majors World Ranking.
November 22, 2011 by Sean Ostruszka
We received some interesting feedback when we decided to include the PAA in our Majors World Ranking. Some adamantly opposed it, while others – particularly professional anglers – applauded the decision.
Regardless of your stance, one look at some of the names in our ranking and it’s clear that some serious talent from both other major tours fishes the PAA. Now, having looked back to see who were the movers and shakers on the 2011 BASS Elite Series and FLW Tour the last two weeks, it’s time to do the same for the PAA.
October 31, 2011 by Sean Ostruszka
What a weekend of tournament bass fishing!
Between Dan Morehead’s comeback at the EverStart Championship to the sudden-death fish-off at the PAA Toyota Texas Bass Championship, Sunday was no day of rest. It was a day of drama.
As for the World Rankings, there was more jostling than actual moving thanks to a limited number of anglers fishing. Though there were some noteworthy trends.