Dardanelle 4th: Rojas Has a Shot

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Photo by: B.A.S.S. / Seigo Saito - Rojas' stringer was a pound heavier than his previous day's bag, but it gained him no ground in the standings.

"I still think I've got a shot, being 2-12 out," he said. "I need to have a big bag tomorrow, but if I come in with 18 I could win it.

"It can happen. The conditions are changing, so we'll see what happens tomorrow."

He went through eight keepers, including one that weighed nearly 5 pounds. That was his second fish and it bit his SPRO BronzEye Frog before the day was an hour old. He lost a couple that might've gained him a few ounces.

"I think what I'm doing is conducive to whatever conditions we get tomorrow. The frog has been real good the last 3 days – they bit it when the water was high and they bit it when it was low. Either way, it should be good.

"I've also been doing a little flipping and I'll probably do some tomorrow. It's on my radar, anyway." Read more

 

Dean Rojas on Big Bite Baits

 

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