Team Championship: Registration

Teams from 22 states and 38 team trails gather to register for the first Toyota Bonus Bucks Bassmaster Team Championship.

Registration time for the Toyota Bonus Bucks Bassmaster Team Championship!
Photo: Seigo Saito - Registration time for the Toyota Bonus Bucks Bassmaster Team Championship!
David Williams from North Carolina preparing for Day 1.
Photo: Seigo Saito - David Williams from North Carolina preparing for Day 1.
The Linebergers, a father and son team, are also from North Carolina.
Photo: Seigo Saito - The Linebergers, a father and son team, are also from North Carolina.
The parking lot was soon filled with bass boats.
Photo: Seigo Saito - The parking lot was soon filled with bass boats.
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Jeff Elliott and Shaun Ford from Michigan.
Photo: Seigo Saito - Jeff Elliott and Shaun Ford from Michigan.
DeGray Lake Resort welcomed the Toyota Bonus Bucks Bassmaster Team Championship contenders.
Photo: Seigo Saito - DeGray Lake Resort welcomed the Toyota Bonus Bucks Bassmaster Team Championship contenders.
Robert Lee from Skeeter has some goodies to give out at registration.
Photo: Seigo Saito - Robert Lee from Skeeter has some goodies to give out at registration.
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Former Elite Series Pro Jimmy Mason being interviewed by B.A.S.S. writer Steve Wright.
Photo: Seigo Saito - Former Elite Series Pro Jimmy Mason being interviewed by B.A.S.S. writer Steve Wright.
Out come the IDs; it's time to register.
Photo: Seigo Saito - Out come the IDs; it's time to register.
There's plenty of paperwork to fill out.
Photo: Seigo Saito - There's plenty of paperwork to fill out.
Jimmy Mason hands out both Toyota Bonus Bucks information and hats.
Photo: Seigo Saito - Jimmy Mason hands out both Toyota Bonus Bucks information and hats.
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Here come some more teams.
Photo: Seigo Saito - Here come some more teams.
As the teams begin to filter into registration, they size up their competition.
Photo: Seigo Saito - As the teams begin to filter into registration, they size up their competition.
The line begins here.
Photo: Seigo Saito - The line begins here.
Arizona's Justin Kerr and John Weisfuss qualified last minute through the Ultimate Team Tour.
Photo: Seigo Saito - Arizona's Justin Kerr and John Weisfuss qualified last minute through the Ultimate Team Tour.
After signing in, it's time for the briefing.
Photo: Seigo Saito - After signing in, it's time for the briefing.
The briefing room was filled with anglers, 159 teams from 22 states.
Photo: Seigo Saito - The briefing room was filled with anglers, 159 teams from 22 states.
Bassmaster Tournament Director Jon Stewart welcomes the anglers.
Photo: Seigo Saito - Bassmaster Tournament Director Jon Stewart welcomes the anglers.
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Photo: Seigo Saito
Photo: Seigo Saito
Arkansas State Park's Ms. Kayla Hardage worked hard to put this event together.
Photo: Seigo Saito - Arkansas State Park's Ms. Kayla Hardage worked hard to put this event together.
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Photo: Seigo Saito
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Alabama Bass Trail is well-represented, with 14 teams in the championship.
Photo: Seigo Saito - Alabama Bass Trail is well-represented, with 14 teams in the championship.
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By the end of the night, the teams are registered, briefed and ready for the competition to officially begin.
Photo: Seigo Saito - By the end of the night, the teams are registered, briefed and ready for the competition to officially begin.