TNCBA anglers visited Douglas Lake this weekend to compete in the third stop of the BFL Volunteer Division. Most of the bass had already made their way to their summer haunts on Douglas' deep points and ledges. Bites were fairly numerous, but the key was finding the 3 to 4 lbs. class of fish. There were 100 boats that competed and several anglers brought limits in the 6 to 8 lbs. range to the scales. Anglers threw Carolina-Rigs and large Shaky Head Worms on deep points and ledges to catch their bass. On the boater side of competition Cody Dison finished in 36th with a 10 lbs. 8 oz. bag that was anchored by a 5 lbs. 5 oz. kicker. His finish moved him up ten positions to 34th in AOY points. Ryan Pope put together a limit of Douglas Lake bass for 6 lbs. 12 oz. and a 74th place finish. Pope's finish moved him to 69th in AOY points. On the co-angler side of the tournament Kelsey Harvey brought the right kind of bass to the scales with a five bass limit that weighed 14 lbs. 2 oz. and earned him second place overall, his highest finish in BFL competition. Harvey's second place finish moved him up to 4th in AOY points. The next stop for the Volunteer Division will be Cherokee Lake on June 4th.