Anglers don’t want to wait to see standings and rankings. For Professional Anglers Association anglers, the wait is now over.
For some time, the PAA and Bass Rankings have been working together to track the PAA’s Angler of the Year standings and rank its anglers. That cooperation finally came together recently when the PAA launched the Rankings section on its website, FishPAA.com.
Using an API plug-in provided by Bass Rankings, PAA competitors can click on the “Rankings” tab at the top of FishPAA.com to find instantaneous standings results from the most recent events.
“We’ve been working with Bass Rankings on our point system, and it lists all of our events, our anglers and their points,” PAA President Dave Mansue said. “So it was a natural fit to include Bass Rankings into our site.”
“We’re excited, and so are our anglers. Now they can instantly review their points and standings after tournaments.”
“This is a prime example of what Bass Rankings is about,” Bass Rankings Editor Sean Ostruszka said. “We are here to help the sport of bass fishing any way we can. We’re proud to be of service to a top-flight organization like the PAA, and we look forward to working with them and all companies for years to come.”
About Bass Rankings
BassRankings.com is a site devoted to keeping statistics and ranking tournament bass anglers. The site provides a ranking for tournament bass anglers of various levels, while also allowing users to create their own custom rankings. Bass Rankings currently ranks more than 40,000 anglers across five levels of competition. Effectively, it ranks every competitive bass fisherman in the United States, allowing anglers of all levels will be able to compare themselves against other anglers. Web: www.bassrankings.com
About the PAA
The Professional Anglers Association is a non-profit organization that gives professional anglers a unified voice in order to aid in the growth of the sport of professional bass fishing. The PAA also aims to administer educational programs to the average angler, to increase enjoyment of the sport, and to embrace sound conservation practices to further the future of the sport. Web: www.FishPAA.com