How the Toyota Bonus Bucks program can help anglers of any level of competition.
Ike reflects on the frustration he experienced at Douglas Lake.
Using an old, deep-cranking technique some pros call long-lining, Jeremy Starks of Scott Depot, W.Va., was victorious at the Douglas Lake Challenge with 81 pounds, 2 ounces.
Andy Montgomery adds another keeper to his Livewell while fishing on Douglas Lake.
When I first saw the 2012 Bassmaster Elite Series schedule last fall, I was shocked to see that we were going to Douglas Lake. I was really excited that I would be able to compete on a lake that I have fished for over 10 years.
For Jeremy Starks, the $100,000 prize for winning on Douglas Lake was incentive enough to go ahead and buy that sleek Cadillac coupe he'd been dreaming about. Now he just has to figure out how to tow his boat with it.
I thought I’d seen it all. I’ve been around bass fishing for decades, at the highest levels. And yet, when this year’s Douglas Lake Challenge came along I saw something new. It’s called long-lining.
In this episode of The Livewell, Tommy Sanders and Mark Zona interview Jeremy Starks, fresh off his win at the Douglas Lake Challenge
Jeremy Starks and Mark Zona break down what it took to win the 2012 Elite Series Douglas Lake Challenge.
Usually, when an angler takes over the coveted lead in the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year race, it is an all-positive experience. But when Randy Howell took over the points lead at Douglas Lake, it was bittersweet.