We're now two events into the 2010 Bassmaster Elite Series season, and that may not seem like much, but there are some trends forming and anglers are already positioning themselves for postseason honors and qualifications.
We in the media — and those of you who follow the Bassmaster Tournament Trail — spend a lot of time talking about Kevin VanDam and Skeet Reese. They seem to be the clear No. 1 and No. 2 anglers in the sport, respectively.
Last week I covered a question I got asked at the press conference following Kevin VanDam's win at the Bassmaster Classic. This week I'm going to cover another question from that same time — one I got asked even more often that day.
Last time, as you may recall, I offered a little teaser about which angler has the best record in the Bassmaster Classic. I finally ran the numbers on this. It was tedious and time consuming, but that's what being the Bass Geek is all about, right?
I've been doing a little number crunching and analysis of Bassmaster Classics past in an effort to learn whatever that might teach me. I wanted to know what previous Classic-water experience might be worth .