You may be wondering what a B.A.S.S. Brawl is. Here's a quick summary of what to expect this week.
What is B.A.S.S. Brawl?
Randy Howell and David Walker will take to the Tennessee River in the shadow of Neyland Stadium this Thursday. Both anglers will be in the same boat as they try to catch the most, biggest, and first fish of the day. After one hour of fishing, they will swap positions and boats, allowing each guy to have a chance at the front of the boat.
How can you watch the Brawl?
B.A.S.S. is trying something new with this mini-tournament. You'll be able to watch the entire thing live, right here on the site. We'll have a camera in the boat with David and Randy. We'll have a camera following along in a second boat, and we'll have Tommy Sanders and Stephen Browning back in the studio commenting on the whole thing.
How do they keep score?
There happens to be a football game this week between Alabama and Tennessee, and the scoring for this B.A.S.S. Brawl reflects that.
First Bass = 7 points
Each additional bass (any size) caught after first fish = 3 points
Biggest Bass = 7 points
We'll have much more the on the first B.A.S.S. Brawl in the coming days, but go ahead and set a reminder to come back on Thursday for this special event.