Doug Warner Features Broken Bow Lake Guide, Bryce Archey
Broken Bow Lake Fishing Guide
My bass fishing guide, Bryce Archey, featured by KSLA’s Doug Warner.
Doug has been a friend and frequent visitor at Mountain Vista Cabin for many years. Ask about our “Fish and Stay” packages at Mountain Vista.
Bryce Archey, Broken Bow Lake Guide
My friend Bryce Archey had a client land a beast of a bass this week!
This 10 pound hybrid was caught on Broken Bow Lake and is worthy of mounting above the fireplace. Bryce is infamous for his bass fishing knowledge and customer service. He’s been considered the top bass guide on Broken Bow Lake for many years.
“With some cooler temps, hopefully in the near future, fishing will continue to get better. September and October are great months to be out on Broken Bow Lake. If anyone is interested in booking a guided trip on the most scenic lake in Oklahoma, contact me. Dates are filling up fast. Book soon at BrokenBowLakeGuide.com,” Bryce said.
Bryce and I offer fish and stay discounts in conjunction with staying at Mountain Vista Cabin near Beavers Bend State Park. It’s always a great experience being on the water with Bryce.
Land your next trophy bass with Bryce!
Meet Our Beavers Bend Cabin Guests…Skeeter Boats Executive, Jeff Stone
His iconic brand is synonymous with great quality and craftsmanship and was the first bass boat designed in the United States. These legendary crafts grace the waters around the world and Broken Bow Lake on a daily basis. With fishing and boating season quickly approaching, I visited with Jeff Stone, Senior Vice-President and General Manager of Skeeter Boats, and one of our great guests at Mountain Vista luxury cabin.
Stone, a Longview, Texas native, has been visiting the Broken Bow Lake and Beavers Bend State Park area for many years and has relished relaxing on scenic hunting and fishing lands since childhood. He spent countless hours outdoors with family as a youngster and parlayed his fishing and boating affinity into a tremendous career. “We had Skeeter boats as a kid, but I never envisioned I’d be running Skeeter! It’s been a dream come true job.”
He frequently travels to Southeastern Oklahoma with friends and family and enjoys everything our area has to offer. “We’ve been to Beavers Bend so many times, we enjoy being together as a large group, sitting out by the fire and playing golf. We’ve trout fished the streams (Mountain Fork River). Mountain Vista is in the same category as cabins in Colorado and other luxury destinations. I would strongly recommend your cabin to someone that really enjoys nature while desiring top class amenities. Your cabin is in a very nice location and I think it’s the best view up there.”
Stone suggests potential new boat buyers do extensive research and ask themselves a litany of questions before making their purchase. “Make sure you identify how you’re going to use the boat, whether it’s fishing or water sports. If you’re fishing, what style are you going to do? What size lakes will you be on and do you plan on tournament fishing or recreational angling? If water sports is your focus, will you ski? Will you be with small or large groups?”
Stone has been in charge of Skeeter since 2001and has seen many changes happen in the boating industry during his career. I was impressed with his true passion for Skeeter and their customers during our conversation. It’s easy to see how he’s risen to such lofty heights as an executive in the boating world. Many brands have gone by the wayside but Skeeter continues to remain committed to their fans, ranging from the weekend recreational user to professional angler.
Stone enjoys a birds-eye view of the best fishing spots in the country aboard various models of his Skeeter boats, “I’m very fortunate to work in an industry that I enjoy. I get to see a lot of places and enjoy how our products are used. From Saltwater fishing in Florida and South Louisiana to fishing some of the large cold water lakes in Minnesota with great walleye and smallmouth. I also enjoy fishing some of our great lakes here in East Texas.”
Thanks to Skeeter leader Jeff Stone for visiting our Mountain Vista vacation home and offering great insight into the boating world. He recommends “it’s very important to develop a strong relationship with your Skeeter dealer and get to know them very well.”
Visit your local Skeeter dealer for cash rebate promotions running through March. Jeff can’t help our fishing skills but can definitely give us the greatest technology to land “The Big Bass” on Broken Bow Lake!
By Jerry Isbell