Dean Rojas - In the News

The Dean of Froggin'

By Dean Rojas as told to Ed Harp No, I'm not talking about a gig and a frying pan. I'm talking about catching shallow summertime bass with one of my Spro Bronzeye Frogs. To do it right you'll need three of them and some basic tackle.

Spro Bronzeye65 in Midnight Walker

This is your general, go-to bait. It'll catch bass over weeds and thick vegetation, in lily pads and around laydowns under all conditions. Bass can't resist those piercing red eyes. As soon as you take it out of the package cut about an inch off both legs. That'll make it walk cleaner and with very little effort on your part.

Work it really slow right over the top of where you think the bass are hiding. Give them plenty of time to make up their minds.

Dean Rojas - In the News

Dean Rojas' pre-tournament practice routine.

By John Neporadny Jr. Before most of us woke up Monday morning to get ready for work, Dean Rojas was already on his job site.

The Arizona pro got up at 4 a.m., downed a banana and put his boat in Kentucky Lake at about 5:15 a.m. to start a long day of practice for the Bassmaster Elite Series Tennessee Triumph.

When most of us were back home from work and sitting down for dinner, Rojas was working overtime, still trying to put together a game plan for the upcoming Elite Series event. "It wasn't an eight-hour shift," said Rojas of his day on the water that ran about 13 1/2 hours.



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