Front Deck
bigbitebaits.gifblazer.pngduckett.pngecstar.pngepic.jpggamakatsu.jpggemini.jpggill logo_blk.giflowrance.gifpower-pole.jpgspro.jpgsunline.jpgsuzuki.png

> Day 2: 5, 24-15 (10, 44-13)As many good days as Rojas has had at Toledo Bend, today was the best he's ever had and it's got him in position to contend for a third career victory there.

"I've caught a lot of 20-pound stringers here, but nothing like close to 25 that I caught today," he said. "The water level is different this year and it's fishing really big. I had no aspirations of catching that kind of weight at all. I was just fishing around and it happened."

What's more telling is he thinks he has a chance to match or come close to that result tomorrow.

"For me to catch that again is possible," he added. "I saw a lot more fish today than I did yesterday. It's getting warmer and that could be good for me."

His front deck is littered with about 10 rods as he's prepared for just about anything.

“I’m just fishing, doing what I know how to do best,” he said.

A 5-pounder late in the day, plus a 6-03, his kicker, anchored his bag. He said he spent some time trying to locate more spots that can possibly get him through the weekend.

“I’ve got a lot of experience on this lake, and I know I can’t win in one area,” he said. “I have to have multiple areas. I'm just fishing and there isn't a whole lot up there. It's going to get slimmer and slimmer. I just hope more move up there." Read more