The Mystery Lake has been revealed, and we try to solve the mystery of who will succeed at Green Bay. Yeah, that was corny, but we promise the information in the article will be worth it.
June 20, 2012 by Sean Ostruszka
So who are the favorites heading up to the Lacrosse, Wis., stretch of the Mississippi River? We check the data to find out who the real summer river rats are. Some might surprise you.
May 29, 2012 by Sean Ostruszka
A 2010 Elite Series event on Clarks Hill dropped off last week, shifting the Major rankings. Though, their set to shift again when a FLW Tour event on Lake Ouachita drops tomorrow.
April 18, 2012 by Sean Ostruszka
It’s time to crunch the data to try and uncover the favorites heading into the Elite Series event at Bull Shoals.
March 21, 2012 by Sean Ostruszka
We couldn’t believe it, but it’s 100-percent true. It’s been nearly 10 years since the last time the Elite Series has been to Lake Okeechobee.
Actually, the Elite Series has never been down there, because BASS didn’t call the tour that back in 2003. That’s how long it’s been.
So how do you go about predicting favorites on a body of water that 1) is notorious for having temperamental fish 2) many pros haven’t fished competitively on in nearly a decade 3) most pros know well? We’re glad you asked.
March 19, 2012 by Sean Ostruszka
Edwin Evers is not giving up his No. 1 ranking without a fight, though he may be fighting a losing battle.
For the briefest of moments last week, Andy Morgan took over the top spot. The 2010 Elite Series event on the California Delta dropped off, and with it, Evers’ 25th-place finish. That was enough to dip his average just below Morgan’s.
Then Evers went and replaced the event with a 14th at the St. Johns River over the weekend. So much for that. Evers now holds a 4-point lead over Morgan for the top spot. Plus, the 2010 Clear Lake event will drop off this week (Evers finished 23rd), so his average will only improve. That’s how good Evers has been over the last two years. A 23rd finish actually hurts his average.
Before we talk more about the St. Johns River event, we should probably touch more on the dropping of the California Delta event. Particularly, that it signals the start of Kevin VanDam’s surge toward the top.
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.
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.