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[NEWS]What happens in a tie?
« on: March 07, 2022, 07:00:02 PM »

What happens in a tie?

The weights are very tight here in the last minutes of the 2022 Bassmaster Classic. So, what happens in the case of a tie? For an Elite tournament where the weigh-in is on the banks of a lake or river, there would be an immediate fish-off. The tied anglers would go out with a B.A.S.S.
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