Elite Series pro Marty Robinson shows off his dance moves.
Check out these photos from Day Three of the 2012 Elite Series Douglas Lake Challenge.
Britt Myers has never led an Elite event before yesterday and his best ever finish came at the last Elite tournament on Bull Shoals when he was second behind Brandon Palaniuk.
Brent Chapman was running away with the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year race until he hit a brick wall at Douglas Lake and finished a very disappointing 68th. Luckily, he didn't fall far off the pace. If the season ended today, he'd be in third place behind Randy Howell and David Walker. If he can come back to win AOY this year, his Douglas Lake performance will be the worst ever by an angler in an AOY-winning season. The worst finish by an AOY to date was Michael Iaconelli's 66th-place finish among 102 anglers on Lake Champlain in 2006.
Head out on Douglas Lake with the Day Two leader Britt Myers.
Halfway through the season, only nine Elite anglers have made the first cut (top 50) in all four tournaments.
Ott Defoe with another solid 3 and 3/4 pound fish by Tim leopard.
Aaron Martens pulled up on Brandon Card, and won't back down.
Think there's such a thing as momentum in tournament bass fishing? Think again.