2022 Bassmaster Classic Pick the winning weight contest
Okay it's that time of year again. The Bassmaster Classic is coming. Time to guess the winning weight of the BASSMASTER CLASSIC and win some baits!!!
This is the OFFICIAL THREAD. Please ONLY post your guess in this thread. Just entries please.
2021 Bassmaster Classic – Lake Hartwell, Greenville SC. 4-6 March 2022
Do your research to determine what you think the winning weight might be. Remember, this is a three-day event (not four like the regular season). So only 3 days of 5 bass limits (15) Lake Hartwell bass.
Here's how the contest works:
You make your guess of what the winning weight will be in LBS / OZ for this year’s BASSMASTER CLASSIC and you wager a new bait as an entry fee. By playing, you agree to mail the bait directly to the winner. The winner is the person guessing closest to the winning weight without going over.
Myself or a UB Staff Member, will summarize the guesses periodically. Edited wagers will be disqualified. This is a fun game for all to play honestly and fairly.
The contest closes 4 am EST March 4 (just prior to the day one launch). The contest will be decided when they crown the Classic Champ on March 6th. There will be NO accommodations or adjustments for fog delays or full days cancelled by weather, high water, etc. Or if the venue gets changed to a different body of water. The winning weight is the winning weight, as published by B.A.S.S. If it goes to a sudden death fish off and the winner is declared by catching the first fish, the winning weight is the weight posted on bassmaster.com for the final results for everyone to view.
This thread is the Official Contest Thread where you should post your guess.
ONLY POST CONTEST ENTRIES to this thread.
Make your guesses like this:
"LBS/OZ" - "UB NAME" - "BAIT WAGER"
Example: (this is not my guess)
57 pounds 13 ounce - Mike Cork - Mr. Twister Buzz Bugs
No duplicates guesses, first come first serve. Wait too long and someone will pick your weight...
Tip - you can't have 16 oz (16oz equals 1 lb) , so its LBS / 1-15 oz
Good Luck !
Rules are subject to change at my discretion.