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  1. We had a great turn out for tournament number 4 of the trail. Unfortunately everyone else in east Tennessee seemed to be at the ramp as well. Even though it was crowded the line seemed to progress pretty good and we were able to get everyone in the water and blast on time. The fishing seemed to have slowed down from previous weeks but we still had several good bags weighed in. We ended up with 32 boats making the field. GlitterRocket and BlindHawg managed to catch enough to edge out the field. Big fish was a tie with two 4lb 8.6oz weighed in by Jaybo2728/ripnlipsTV and beveret3/Twallace49. Here is the results for the remainder of the field. 1. Glitterrocket & Blindhawg 5 15lb 10.8oz 2. HDHoppy & TNSmallmouth 5 15lb 0.7oz 4lb 6.7oz 3. Jaybo2728 & ripnlipsTV 5 14lb 7.6oz 4lb 8.6oz 4. Catchemall & smalljaws 5 14lb 4.2oz 5. BrettR & Drew(g) 5 13lb 8.9oz 6. beveret3 & Twallace49 5 13lb 10.7oz 4lb 8.6oz 7. ColtonChambers & Chip Chambers 5 13lb 1.3oz 8. CodyPond & Brandon(g) 5 12lb 4.9oz 3lb 8.7oz 9. kpt21x3 & Akers33 5 11lb 9.9oz 10. Tracker1861 & wife 5 11lb 8.3oz 11. Sturgill90 & Jesse 5 11lb 12.9oz 12. Chief66 & Jaycub65 5 10lb 8.2oz 13. Ranger482 & g3man 5 10lb 5.8oz 14. wbc3 & bronzebackhuntr 5 10lb 14.1oz 15. Knoxcogator & Rick Smith(guest) 5 9lb 8.7oz 16. Bassinbythegrace & Gary Mumpower 5 9lb 7.8oz 17. coachdog & Gary Stinson(guest) 5 9lb 5.8oz 18. BrooksV & Hunter(g) 5 9lb 3.5oz 19. Bang & Zebrabass 5 9lb 2.8oz 20. Ball33 & Heath2020 5 8lb 13.0oz 21. burgy& Kyle Musick 5 7lb 14.7oz 22. Buckeye83 & Hatfield75 5 7lb 14.0oz 23. MtCarmelBugMan & Andy'sFan 4 5lb 3.1oz 24. Stratosfaction & Jamie 3 4lb 11.3oz 25. SteveHTN & Stratos201 3 3lb 13.3oz 26. Peck 2 2lb 5.1oz 27. NobbyNobbs & JDV 2 2lb 0.5oz 28. GBFishin 0 0 28. Rparker741 & guest 0 0 28. Ranger23 & Eddie Crocket(guest) 0 0 28. JustinTR 0 0 28. Jordan & Jordan Runyon(guest) 0 0
  2. Sign up cut off time has been changed to 6:30am. We will blast at 6:45. The rumor is there are some other tournaments going on at the same time so be prepared and try to get there early enough to launch. You must idle by the blast off boat with your livewells open in order to have your fish weighed at the completion of the tournament..
  3. It is time to sign up for our next tournament of the year on Douglas lake. We will be launching from the Dandridge ramp. Look for the white Toyota Tundra pulling a green and black Skeeter to sign in. We will still be trying to keep our distance at the ramp so please try to show up early enough to sign in, Austin will draw your blast off number, and launch so we can blast on time. TIME CHANGE:Sign up will end at 6:30 so we can blast at 6:45. The ramp is going to be crowded so make sure you plan on getting there early and launching ASAP. I should be there around 5:15 to start the sign in and chip draw. Please write down my number 423-817-1781 and if you have any problems during the day you can give me a call and we will try to help out. Thank you all for the support this year. We have had a great start to the season. Make sure to sign up on this thread to get a blast off number. If you don’t sign up you blast last. 1. MtCarmelBugMan & Andy’s Fan 2. Jamie De Vera & NobbyNobs 3. burgey & Kyle Musick 4. Jayr & Alumacraft09 5. SteveHTN & Stratos201 6. Buckeye83 & Hatfield75 7. Stratosfaction1 & Jamie 8. BrooksV & Hunter (g) 9. Bassinbythegrace & Gary Mumpower (think he signed up but can’t remember screen name 10. chief66 & jaycub65 11. sturgill90 & Jesse 12. TNCBAClark & Allen(g) 13. Ball33 & Heath2020 14. BrettR & Drew(g) 15. Gbfishin 16. Ranger482 & g3man 17. coachdog & guest 18. RParker741 & guest 19. Bassaddict92 & Randy Lane 20. catchemall & smalljaws 21. Ranger23 & guest 22. FrankD 23. wbc3 and bronzebackhuntr 24. The man, the myth, the legend Tracker1861 & Wifey 25. CodyPond & Brandon (g) 26. Colton & Chip Chambers 27. beveret3 & Twallace49 28. Knoxcogator & guest 29. kpt21x3 & Akers33 30. HDHOPPY & tnsmallmouth 31. JustinTR 32. Jaybo2728 & guest 33. Bang & Zebrabass 34. 97Astro & Jeff(g) 35. GlitterRocket & Blindhawg 36. Badeye & guest 37. Jordan & Guest 38.
  4. Stop number 3 is in the books. We had 28 boats show up on a wet cold morning to fish. The day turned out to be a gauntlet of rain, cold, wind, sun and warmth. If you didn't like the conditions don't worry they would be totally different the next hour of fishing. It seemed to be a feast or famine day but those who found fish feasted well. We had 11 boats weigh in limits and 4 fish over 5lbs contesting for big fish. The biggest tipping the scale at 6lb 8.3oz brought in by BassinbytheGrace and Gary Mumpower. The winning bag was brought in by Vexus18 and Sage Keen and tipped the scale at 19lbs 8.7oz. Here is the run down for the rest. 1. Vexus18 & Sage Keen(g)...............................5 fish..........19lb 8.7oz............5lb 13.6oz BF 2. coltonchambers & Chip Chambers(g)..........5 fish..........18lb 14.7oz..........5lb 3.0oz BF 3. bassinbythegrace & Gary Mumpower(g)......5 fish..........17lb 3.8oz............6lb 8.3oz BF 4. Trackertxw175 & spinflip...............................5 fish..........16lb 15.1oz..........5lb 15.6oz BF 5. 294stratos & jckwill1217...............................5 fish..........15lb 13.5oz 6. Ranger23 & Eddie Crockett(g).......................5 Fish..........14lb 5.4oz 7. Nobbynobs & JDV...........................................5 fish..........12lb 15.5oz 8. FencePost & Bronzebackhuntr.......................5 fish..........12lb 4.5oz 9. codypond & Brandon Stanley(g).....................5 fish..........11lb 7.1oz 10. SpinnerBug......................................................4 Fish..........11lb 5.0oz 11. Brummett13 & Ball33.....................................5 fish..........10lb 15.7oz 12. catchemall& smalljaws..................................4 fish..........10lb 10.3oz 13. Peck.................................................................5 fish..........10lb 2.4oz 14. christian & Brian Blevins(g)............................4 fish............9lb 6.7oz 15. Bang.................................................................3 fish............6lb 13.7oz 16. Astro180 & Stratos201....................................2 fish............4lb 9.1oz 17. JayR & Alumacraft09.......................................1 fish............3lb 2.7oz 18. HDHoppy & TNSmallmouth.............................1 fish............2lb 1.5oz 19. chief66 & jaycub65...........................................1 fish............1lb 13.7oz DNW 20. MtCarmelBugMan & Andy'sFan 20. wwclyde & Stacy Wilson(g) 20. JustinTR & (g) 20. KCDison & David Leonard(g) 20. Xpressjet & THilton 20. SmallieWhisperer & Chandler(g) 20. Kayakbassfisher & Frazier0102 20. 97Astro & McDaniel3332 20. BassAddict92 & RandyLane Congratulations to the winners and thank you to all the anglers that were able to come out and support the trail. I hope everyone had a great time and we look forward to seeing you at future events. Our next tournament will be on Douglas Lake on May 2nd. We will be blasting from the Dandridge ramp. Hope to see you there!!
  5. It is time for our third tournament of the year. We will be launching from ObKnob. There will be some guidelines we ask that you follow to maintain a safe environment for our participants. Sign up will begin at 6am and will be stopped at 6:50. We will blast at 7:10 as long as there is not a fog delay or heavy cloud cover. When you arrive we ask that you sign up at which time a blast off number will be drawn for you. We ask that you launch your boat as soon as possible and not group up in the parking lot to maintain the social distancing protocol. We will blast from the "No Wake" buoy in front of ObKnob. Please practice the same distancing during the weigh-in process. This is definitely uncharted territory for everyone in the country but I feel if we use safe practices and common sense we can continue to have fun and fish while remaining safe and obeying the CDC guidelines. I will be handling the sign-in. Please look for a white Tundra pulling a green and black Skeeter. Thank all of you all for fishing with us and for understanding when we have new challenges. I look forward to seeing you Saturday. 1. MtCarmelBugMan & Andy's Fan 2. FencePost & Bronzebackhuntr 3. TrackerTxw175 & Spinflip 4. Catchemall & Smalljaws 5. bassinbythegrace & Gary (g) 6. Brummett13 & Ball33 7. NobbyNobs & Jamie De Vera 8. Chief66 & Jaycub65 9. coltonchambers & Chip Chamber 10. clsmith308 & David Ramey 11. wwclyde & Zachattack 12. Ranger23 & guest 13. 294Stratos & jckwill1217 14. JustinTR & Guest 15. Christian & Guest 16. KCDisonFishing & Just Fishin 17. JayR & Alumacarp 18. Vexus18 & guest 19. XPRESSJET & THilton 20. Codypond & Brandon Stanley (g) 21. SmallieWhisperer & Chandler (g) 22. Kayakbassfisher & Frazier0102 23. 97Astro & McDaniel3332 24. Bassaddict92 & Randy Lane 25. Astro180 & Stratos201 26. Hdhoppy & tnsmallmouth 27. Bang & guest 28. RichardCrawford & Guest 29.
  6. It was a great day to get out and enjoy some fresh air and sunshine. Apparently everybody had the same plan as all the boat ramps were packed. The fish however seemed to have quarantined themselves as most of us found the bite hard to come by. We had a good turn out for the second tournament of the year with 25 boats participating. The amount of fish weighed in was a different story. Out of those only 4 boats had a limit and only 15 weighed in any fish at all. Even though the bite was slow it was great just to get out of the house and enjoy the sun. Here is how it all panned out: 1. coltonchambers & Chip Chambers(g)…………...5 fish...…….15lbs 8.6oz 2. Codypond & Brandon Stanley(g)……………………..5 fish...…….14lbs 8.0oz 3. xpressjet & THilton…………………………………...……...5 fish...…….13lbs 10.9oz 4. JWilliams & Greg McDavid(g)………………………….5 fish...…….12lbs 8.6oz 5. Rodknocker & Triton173...………………………………..3 fish...…….8lbs 6.2oz 6. Bang & JDV...……………………………………………………...3 fish...…….7lbs 10.6oz 7. Ranger23 & Eddie Crockett(g)…………………………..2 fish...…….7lbs 10.4oz...………4lbs 10.1oz BF 8. GlitterRocket & Mountainman………………………….4 fish...…….6lbs 12.3oz 9. Chief66 & Jaycub65...……………………………………….3 fish...…….6lbs 7.9oz 10. TNSmallmouth & HDHoppy…………………………….2 fish...…….6lbs 1.5oz 11. JustinTR & BronzeBackHunter……………………….2 fish...…….6lbs 1.5oz 12. TritonRookie & joshdave………………………………….3 fish...…….5lbs 12.0oz 13. MtCarmelBugMan & Andy'sFan………………………2 fish...…….3lbs 12.9oz 14. Norris78 & BTip………………………………………………..2 fish...……..3lbs 10.9oz 15. SmallieWhisperer & Caleb Nunez(g)……………..1 fish...……..1lb 15.3oz 16. Buckeye83 & Hatfield75...………………….DNW 16. Alumacraft09 & JayR………………………….DNW 16. Alight445 & Corey Williams(g)…………..DNW 16. CHorne & jreagan…………………………………DNW 16. 97Astro & McDaniel3332...……………...…DNW 16. JTMorgan & David Persinger(g)………….DNW 16. Ranger482 & Bassfisher89...………...…….DNW 16. FlickandDip & Jake Fletcher(g)………......DNW 16. Peck...……………………………………………………...DNW 16. RichardCrawford & Keith Crussell(g)…..DNW As of now our next tournament is scheduled for April 18 on South Holston. We are unsure how things are going to go with the current quarantine situations so keep an eye on the website and we will post as soon as we know something. Thanks again for all your support and we hope to see you at our next event.
  7. We had a good crowd for the first tournament of the year. Thanks again for all the support, I know this year we were a little late getting the schedule out but I had some family matters that were unforeseen. The weather was a little chilly and windy but several found great bags of fish that were willing to bite. We ended up with 22 boats paying out 3 places. It took over 15 pounds to get in the money. Here is the way things shook out. 1. abrown93 & CHorne.................................5 fish..........17lbs 5.1oz 2. JWilliams69 & Greg McDavid(g)...............5 fish..........16lbs 5.6oz 3. 294Stratos & jckwill1217..........................5 fish..........15lbs 8.1oz..........4lbs 1.0oz SM BF 4. beveret3 & Twallace49.............................5 fish..........13lbs 14.7oz 5. Basskicker & Jigflipper.............................5 fish..........13lbs 11.9oz 6. SouthernSam77 & Knoxcogator................5 fish...........13lbs 5.5oz 7. XPressjet & THilton..................................5 fish..........13lbs 0.7oz 8. Triton196 & Stratosrocket........................5 fish...........12lbs 14.8oz 9. 285proxl & son........................................5 fish...........10lbs 15.2oz 10. FlickandDip & partner.............................5 fish..........10lbs 7.8oz 11. Catchemall & smalljaws..........................5 fish..........9lbs 8.6oz 12. Buckeye83 & Hatfield75..........................4 fish...........8lbs 8.2oz 13. Bang & BassCommando..........................4 fish..........8lbs 5.1oz 14. GlitterRocket..........................................5 fish..........7lbs 4.3oz 15. Chief66 & Jaycub65................................3 fish..........6lbs 15.5oz 16. NobbyNobbs & JDV..................................2 fish..........5lbs 7.8oz 17. bigfoot & squarebill.................................2 fish..........5lbs 2.6oz 18. SteveHTN & TexasRig210........................2 fish..........4lbs 12.9oz 19. MtCarmelBugMan & Andy'sFan................2 fish..........4lbs 12.4oz 20. Alumacraft09 & JAYR.............................1 fish..........2lbs 5.9oz 21. Stratosfaction & Jamie............................DNW 21. GreyGhost1 & Partner..............................DNW Congratulations to all the winners. We had some really great anglers on the water for this event. It was great getting to see you guys out there and to get to talk to you all at the ramp. Hope to see you all at the next event. Your support is what keeps this trail alive. If you are looking for a fun trail with great guys and plenty of pre and post tournament socializing come out and join us. We have a blast!!
  8. Ok guys it looks like we should be able to blast around 6:45 if it is clear. Registration will end at 6:30. I plan to be at the ramp at 5:30 to start signing people up. Please plan to be there and get in the water so we can blast on time. Look for the white Toyota Tundra pulling the green and black Skeeter. Thanks to all you guys for supporting TNBassfishing and we look forward to starting this year off strong!!! On a side note don’t forget to renew your fishing license for the year!!
  9. Saturday March 7 starts the new season of the TNBassfishing Trail. Come out and fish with us!!

  10. We will blast at safe light from the ramp at boat launch road. The layout for the tournaments will be the same as last year. The entry fee is $40 per boat. We will pay out $30 per entry to the places, $5 to big fish and $5 to the classic fund. This trail is 100% payback. Our tournament committee is a strictly volunteer committee. There is no membership fee. The only requirement is for you to be a member in good standing of TNBassfishing.com which by the way is also free. Your partner does not have to be a member of the site however to earn points for AOY you must be a member. Simply add your name/names to this thread and you are signed up. Entry fees will be collected at the ramp. The blast off order will be determined by chip draw. Hope to see you all out there!!! 1. MtCarmelBugMan & Andy'sFan 2. Basskicker & Jigflipper 3. SteveHTN & TexasRig210 4. Buckeye83 & Hatfield75 5. Chief66 & Jaycub65 6. NobbyNobbs & JDV 7. Rodknocker & triton173 8. Stratosfaction & Jamie 9. Catchemall & smalljaws 10. beveret3 & Twallace49 11. abrown93 & CHorne 12. Bang & BassCommando 13. 285proxl & son 14. Alumacraft09 & JAYR 15. 294Stratos & jckwill1217 16. bigfoot & squarebill 17. XPressjet & THilton 18. FlickandDip & partner 19. SouthernSam77 & Knoxcogator 20. Peck 21. Triton196 & Stratosrocket 22.
  11. This completed form will be a required of all anglers and co-anglers, that participate in any TNBassFishing.com tournament. Please download, print, sign, and returned to a TNBF Tournament Official at Tournament Registration. Only one form per calendar year needs to be completed. By signing the form, you also agree that you have read and understand the 2020 TNBF Tournament Rules. If you do not have the means to download and print, a form can be obtained from a TNBF Tournament Official when registering and paying tournament dues. Thanks! 2020ReleaseForm.docx
  12. The following rules are in place and will apply for the entire 2020 tournament season. PLEASE NOTE: By participating in any TNBF event, participant assumes all liabilities. TNBF.com will NOT be held responsible for any damages, losses or other violations incurred during an event. A liability release form is required by all participants prior to competing in any TNBF event. 1. Coast Guard approved PFD's must be worn at all times the boat is on plane. 2. Kill switches must be attached to driver at all times the boat is on plane. 3. No more than a 6 fish limit can be in possession anytime there are 2 participants in one boat. If fishing alone, state possession limits apply & only 5 fish may be in possession at any time. Only 5 fish shall be transported back to the weigh in site. NO culling at the ramp. All culling must be done on the lake before your boat is loaded onto the trailer. Culling in the parking lot will result in disqualification for the event. 4. All participants MUST be at the ramp PRIOR to the tournament start time to check in & draw a blast off number; no late starts will be allowed. If you do not sign up for the tournament on the web site prior to tourney day, you will be added to the blast off order on a first come, first serve basis. Trailering from the tournament launch site to any other ramp/launch after check in is not permitted. 5. At least 1 angler per boat MUST be a member in good standing on TNBassFishing.com and MUST have been a registered member with the web site PRIOR to tournament day. 6. TNBassFishing.Com reserves the right to deny entry into any tournament. 7. Lake size limits will be enforced with a minimum size limit of 12" on spotted bass. If no limit on largemouth and smallmouth are noted then a minimum of 12" will be the minimum size requirement of each species. 8. No dead fish or short fish will be allowed to be weighed in. 9. Consumption of alcohol or illegal drugs, prior to and during tournament hours, is prohibited. 10. Live wells will be inspected in the parking lot at registration by tournament committee members prior to blast off. The blast off boat(s) will be the highest drawing tournament committee member's boat. During blast off, all competitor boats will IDLE SLOWLY past the blast off boat. The area immediately surrounding the blast off boat is considered a NO WAKE ZONE! 11. Any protests need to be made to a tournament committee member within 30 minutes of weigh-in completion. Protestors will be asked to sign a written statement presenting their claim. 12. A tournament committee will consist of one or more current members of the TNBF Tournament Committee and/or present TNBF Administrators and/or Moderators; any decisions made by the Tournament Committee are final. 13. A minimum of 5 tournaments fished will qualify a member for the Classic event in December 2019. Participants who have fished 4 events will have the option to "buy in" to the Classic. Only those qualified may fish in the classic. You do not have to stay through weigh in however you must begin the tournament in order to be classified as a participant. 14. All participants shall observe high standards of ethics, sportsmanship and personal conduct. They shall obey all of the laws, and the authorities having jurisdiction in the tournament area. Any contestant caught cheating will be immediately & permanently disqualified from any and all TNBassFishing.com events. 15. All competitors must check in with tournament officials at the official check-in site by the announced finish time. Failure to do so will result in a penalty of .50 pounds per minute. Tardiness of 15 minutes or more will result in disqualification and total loss of weight. No Exceptions. 16. All ties will be determined first by the number of fish weighed, then the biggest fish weighed in, and then by the flip of a coin. 17. Tournament entry fee for 2018 will be $40. $5 goes to Big Fish pot & $5 goes toward Classic pot. Payout will be based on participation and we will pay out 1 place for every 7 boats. 18. In the interest of safety, the Tournament Committee reserves the right to delay or cancel blast off due to weather. 19. Only artificial lures with the exception of pork trailers may be used. All bass must be caught in a legal sporting manner, NO SNAGGING. Only one (1) rod may be used at any time. No trolling is allowed. 20. All participants MUST have a functional weigh bag. All fish must be carried in this weigh bag from participants livewell to the weigh table & from weigh table to release the fish. Fish not in weigh bags will NOT be weighed. Fish care is very important to us. After weighing your fish they are to be released in a humane and ethical fashion. Anyone caught mishandling fish could be disqualified and asked not to fish in other events.
  13. There are no changes to the points system that was in place for the 2019 season. 1. Only members in good standing are eligible to receive points for the trail. 2. Points will be awarded as individual points. If two members fish an event as a team, both anglers will receive the points earned for that event. 3. Members will be drop their lowest two(2) tournament scores. This includes missed tournaments. 4. If 2 teams have the same total weight, points totals will be determined by who has the biggest fish. 5. At the end of the year, an "Angler Of The Year" list will be determined by points totals. Awards will be given to the top 6 individual places, or 3 teams. 6. In the event of a tie for "AOY", the tie-breaker will be determined by the biggest fish weighed in from the tied members throughout the year. If the tied members are teammates, no distinction will be made. The points system looks like this: Winner = 20points 2nd = 17 points 3rd = 16 points 4th = 15 points.......each place will drop one point until: 18th = 1 point....all finishers 18th or farther will be awarded 1 point. **Anglers are only eligible for these points if you weigh a fish in the tournament** Additionally, points will be awarded as follows: 10 points for participation will be added for every contestant who fishes the tournament. 2 bonus points will be awarded for Big Fish 1 bonus point will be awarded for each fish weighed in(if you have 5 fish, you get 5 bonus points. 3 fish, 3 bonus points, etc.) There will be a total of 10 points tournaments, 1 non-points tourney and 1 trail Classic in 2020.
  14. Sorry it has taken a while to get things under way but this year has started out rough for me. This is the 10th year that I have been involved with this trail. We have some great members that fish with us and the banter at the ramp pre and post tournament is always a blast. There is no membership fees to join the trail just sign up on the website and pay your entry fee at the ramp. As long as you fish 5 tournaments you are qualified for the classic. You can fish 4 tournaments and buy in one tournament to qualify as well. We will have angler of the year awards as well as classic champions. I would like to encourage you to check out the rules and format posts for more information. If you are looking for a fun trail to fish we invite you to come out and join us. Tight lines and we hope to see you on the water. March 7 Cherokee---SL-4pm---Boat Launch Rd March 28 Boone----SL-4pm----TVA April 18 SoHo------SL-4pm-----ObKnob May 2 Douglas-----SL-4pm----Dandrige May 30 Cherokee-----SL-4pm-----Quarryville June 27 Boone Night-----7pm-3am-----TVA July 18 SoHo Night-------7pm-3am----ObKnob Sept 12 Cherokee Night------7pm-3am------25E Oct 10 Boone-------SL-4pm------TVA Nov 7 Douglas------SL-4pm------Dandrige Nov 27 Black Friday Cherokee-----SL-4pm---25E Dec 12 Classic -----SL-4pm--- TBD Tell everyone you know to come out and fish with us. The rules and points for AOY and the rules will remain the same for this season. I would really like to have over 20 boats for every tournament this year. Let's spread the word and make it happen. Thanks for all the support you all have given TNBassfishing.com in the past and we hope to make this year bigger and better than ever.
  15. Sorry it has taken a while to get things under way but this year has started out rough for me. I will get the 2020 forum started asap but for now the schedule will be as follows: March 7 Cherokee---SL-4pm---Boat Launch Rd March 28 Boone----SL-4pm----TVA April 18 SoHo------SL-4pm-----ObKnob May 2 Douglas-----SL-4pm----Dandrige May 30 Cherokee-----SL-4pm-----Quarryville June 27 Boone Night-----7pm-3am-----TVA July 18 SoHo Night-------7pm-3am----ObKnob Sept 12 Cherokee Night------7pm-3am------25E Oct 10 Boone-------SL-4pm------TVA Nov 7 Douglas------SL-4pm------Dandrige Nov 27 Black Friday Cherokee-----SL-4pm---25E Dec 12 Classic -----SL-4pm--- TBD Tell everyone you know to come out and fish with us. The rules and points for AOY and the rules will remain the same for this season. I would really like to have over 20 boats for every tournament this year. Let's spread the word and make it happen. Thanks for all the support you all have given TNBassfishing.com in the past and we hope to make this year bigger and better than ever.
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