"It's a tournament that's trying to not only get a trophy on how many fish you catch or how much they weigh but also on the way the fish are cooked and how they taste," said Ray Golden, owner and operator of Coffee Bluff Marina. Teams will earn points according to the weights and types of fish caught from Saturday. On Sunday, the fish must be prepared at the marina, and a panel of judges will award points based on the originality and taste for each species of fish caught during the tournament. "You're awarded for each pound of fish you catch, and you can work solo or in a team. You have to bring the fish that you caught back to the marina the next day, already cleaned and ready to cook. They will cook it in front of our judges," Golden said. "It's designed to make sure the team that catches the fish also has to cook them."