Grizzled veterans coaching young rookies through their first Bassmaster Classic appearance often give grizzled advice: "Just remember son, it's just another tournament." Rookies repeat the advice on media day and in advance stories leading up to the Classic. It goes right out the window, though, the second a first-time Classic qualifier enters the weigh-in arena. It's a ride perched in the boat that anglers spend their entire seasons trying to repeat. The entrance, made in front of a throng of clapping, sometimes screaming, fans accompanied by blaring music, is one of the many things that sets the Classic apart. James Overstreet gives us a glimpse of some of those entries in this unique look at hard-to-forget Classic arena arrivals.