Toyota and Bassmaster Elite Series pro angler Britt Myers have developed this custom Tundra ready for fishing.

In addition to the Alexis DeJoria Toyota Tundra custom full-size pickup truck, Toyota will be presenting another co-branded Tundra next week at the SEMA show. The Japanese automaker has collaborated with Bassmaster Elite Series pro angler Britt Myers to create a fishing-ready 2012 Tundra CrewMax. 

All the necessary gear is easily available thanks to the automatic, motorized delivery system, while an extra level of comfort is provided by the bucket seats inside the cabin.

Under the hood it has a V8 5.7-liter i-FORCE DOHC engine fitted with a TRD supercharger and exhaust system, connected to a 6-speed automatic gearbox. It also has a 12-inch suspension lift kit, a TRD big brake kit and coil-over system.

Exterior modifications include the ATX 20x11 wheels with Nitto 38x15.50x20 Mud Grappler tires, a custom fabricated roof rack, smoked exterior lightning and Bushwacker fender flares. Inside it gets a fiberglass console stretching from the dashboard to the rear cab wall with incorporated subwoofers and video monitors.

The full list of modifications is available in the press release below.

Custom Pro Bass Anglers Toyota Tundra to make debut at SEMA next week