Dean Rojas - In the News June 27, 2016

Elite Series Day Two at Cayuga Lake with Dean Rojas

Bassmaster - BASS News June 24, 2016

5th: All Smallies for Rojas

>Day 2: 5, 18-14 (10, 39-07) It was another day of sight-fishing for Rojas, who’s among the best in the sport at it. They didn’t come as quickly or as easily as they did Thursday and he’s not sure what he’ll catch tomorrow if he remains committed to that style, but he’s happy where he’s at.

“The fish are just running out,” he said. “Even though there are a lot of fish in this lake, the big ones are getting caught.”

He caught his biggest fish right away today, then added another one an hour later.

“I had to move around quite a bit,” he added. “It’s hard with so many boats out there. Everything got covered up. I had to keep moving. I found a spot and caught three more, then just went hunting.”

He spent the last two hours largemouth fishing in an attempt to formulate a backup plan for Saturday in the event the smallmouth he’s been catching dry up.

“It’s going to be interesting,” he said. “I know what I’m going to do, but I’m not certain of the weight I can catch (tomorrow).” Read more

Dean Rojas - In the News June 27, 2016

Elite Series Day One at Cayuga Lake with Dean Rojas

Dean Rojas - In the News June 23, 2016

5th (tie): Rojas Caught ‘Em Early

Dean Rojas 

> Day 1: 5, 20-09 With how practice went for Rojas, he felt 20 pounds was a real possibility today, so he was pleased to hit his goal and he’s confident that he can transition away from sight-fishing tomorrow if need be and stay in contention.

“It put me in a good position for the rest of the week,” he said. “I’m glad I’m not down there where a lot of guys are. Every time we come (to New York), it’s always about ounces. You have to balance-beam every fish because that 1 ounce can make a big difference.”

He had his weight in the boat by 9 a.m. and spent the rest of the day trying to upgrade while formulating a plan of attack for Friday.

“I did some flipping and sight-fishing,” he said. “I know that it’s probably going to be won flipping so I wanted to get the sight-fish out of the way.”

He said he fished around many of the anglers in the Top 5 today so he knows there are quality fish in the area he’s focusing on. If the wind isn’t a factor tomorrow, he may try to pick off more spawning fish. Read more


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