Bass Pro Shops Big Bass Bash presented by Berkley
Sep 20th, 2020 by Keith Worrall
Modified Sep 20th, 2020 at 12:28 PM
Bass Pro Shops Big Bass Bash presented by Berkley Set to Begin Tomorrow
PARIS, TN (September 18, 2020) – With practice in the books and the virtual tournament meeting complete, anglers are all set to compete in the 2020 Bass Pro Shops Big Bass Bash presented by Berkley. The Big Bass Bash is the Association of Collegiate Anglers’ first event of the 2020-2021 season on the Bass Pro Shops Collegiate Bass Fishing Series. Anglers from all across the country are in Paris, TN on Kentucky Lake competing for their share of $40,000 in payout and double points towards the Bass Pro Shops School of the Year presented by Abu Garcia.
Day 1 of tournament competition will begin bright and early tomorrow morning. The first flight of boats will leave out from Paris Landing State Park beginning at 7:00 AM. Saturday will feature a total of four weigh-in sessions:
Session 1 presented by Wiley X: Launch – 9:00 AM
Session 2 presented by HydroWave: 9:01 AM – 11:00 AM
Session 3 presented by Bass Pro Shops: 11:01 AM – 1:00 PM
Session 4 presented by Garmin: 1:01 PM – 3:00 PM
The prize payouts on Day 1 will consist of products ranging from Wiley X sunglasses, to HydroWave H2, hundreds of dollars in Bass Pro Shops gift cards, and two Panoptix LiveScope units from Garmin. Each session will pay out the Top 10 finishing anglers.
Day 2 will be slightly modified compared to Day 1. There will be three separate weigh-in sessions from takeoff till 1:30 PM:
Session 1 presented by Abu Garcia: Launch – 9:30 AM
Session 2 presented by Berkley: 9:31 AM – 11:30 AM
Session 3 presented by Bass Pro Shops: 11:31 AM – 1:30 PM
Live tournament coverage will begin via the blog starting tomorrow morning early. That will be shared across all social media platforms, with additional updates and live streams being sent across those channels as well. Each weigh-in session will be streamed live via the Outdoor Action TV app and website. Be sure to tune in beginning tomorrow morning early, and get ready to see some big Kentucky Lake bass cross the stage at Paris Landing State Park.