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Orange, TX – After leading the first day of the Bassmaster Elite Series stop on the Sabine River, Arizona’s Dean Rojas dropped to 2nd place on Friday as Todd Faircloth took over the top spot on the leaderboard.  On Saturday, Rojas regained his position at the top in front of an impressive crowd gathered to watch the weigh-in in Orange, Texas.   

With a limit weighing 11-14, Rojas pushed his three day total weight to 38-6, and will enter championship Sunday with a lead of 3 pounds, 9 ounces over Todd Faircloth, who dropped to 2nd after only managing four keepers on Saturday weighing 7-14 for a total weight of 34-13.  

Eight of the 50 remaining anglers blanked on Saturday, including Cliff Crochet, who entered the day in 3rd place.  Not a single angler was able to break the 12-pound mark even though 16 anglers crossed the stage with a five bass limit. Read Complete Story