Big Bass Tournament format/rules
This is a two day, Team big bass tournament. First Weigh‐ins will be held between 8:00 to 9:00 am, 2nd 9:01 to 10.00am, 3rd 10:01 to 11:00 am, 4th 11:01 to 12:00 pm, 5th 12:01 to 1:00 pm, 6th 1:01 to 2:00 pm, and 7th 2:01 to 3:00 pm, 8th 3:01 to 4pm. Day 2. First Weigh‐ins will be held between 8:00 to 9:00 am, 2nd 9:01 to 10:00 am, 3rd 10:01 to 11:00 am, 4th 11:01 to 12:00 pm, 5th 12:01 to 1:00 pm, 6th 1:01 to 2:00 pm. Prizes will be awarded for winning bass weighed in each session, and the heaviest bass of the event. Awards will start at approximately 3:30 pm on day 2 of the Big Bass Tournament. Up to 2 team contestants may fish from the same boat. This is an open Tournament 2 person team to fish together in the same boat. The full field will compete both days. No team may weigh more than one bass per weigh‐in session. Only one bass per weigh‐in bag is allowed. Bass entered into each session do not carry forward from session to session. Each team’s biggest bass is entered into the overall standings. Bass may be weighed in by either of the team contestant. No more than (3) bass in possession at any time during official tournament hours.
Shootout Tournament Format/Rules
This is a 5 Fish 2 Day Team Tournament. Teams will consist of 1 or 2 people. The Top 10 teams with the largest 5 fish weights from Saturday will advance to Sunday for a 10 team Shootout. There is no‐off limits other than after Saturday’s tournament time.
Only Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass is the accepted species. Strongly recommend “No Puncture Culling Tags be Used” it’s highly suggested to use Accu‐Cull Elite Tags, T&H Conservation Cull System, or some other similar cull system. These are available through www.limitoutackle.com.
The official minimum length limit for bass will be twelve (12) inches. Bass presented for weigh in, which fail to measure the prescribed minimum length, will not be weighed. All bass brought to weigh‐in site must be in a bag with water. No dead fish will be accepted at the weigh‐ins
Friday 4PM prior to the Tournament
Professionally Run Tournaments
- No Dues
- Hourly Winners
- Great Locations
- Based on Big Fish
- Ran by local fisherman