A Marshal's job is real tough. Got to keep a close eye on Charlie Hartley.
The locals are out on the Sabine. just met a really friendly dad and daughter who live here. They both said the pros would be wise to head even deeper into the backwaters. Dad caught a 6-pounder just the other day so that could be sage advice!
Dean Rojas came out of the I-10 hidey hole about an hour ago. He still has three fish. Not far behind him was Alton Jones. Jones now has a limit. Both the anglers fished the close-to half mile stretch at about the same pace. Our initial thought was they would eventually fish their way out of sight. Rojas, though after getting to the end, turned, fired up his big motor and idled out of sight back under I-10.
Terry Scroggins is back where he started. He has two fish in the boat at noon. Picture taken by Kevin Robbins
Brian Snowden is catching small ones. He only has one in the boat right now. Photo by Chuck Cobb
Rick Morris now has his fourth fish in the boat. Photo by Jeff Cox
The spectator boats have gathered at the mouth of the cut where Terry Scroggins and Brent Chapman are fishing. This is actually where Scroggins caught his 5-pounder on Thursday, contrary to my earlier misinformation. Now Scroggins is on the move again.
Dennis Tietje makes friends with a gator that is hanging out close to his fishing spot. Photo by Cory Harris
Today we have two great guys working to keep us out of trouble, Jackson Bean (left) and Kyle Bordelon. Jackson is actually the Marshal for Dean Rojas. But he's with us because we have our ESPN cameraman on the boat with Rojas. We'll get him back in the boat before long. In civilian life, Bean is a dentist in Greenville, Texas, east of Dallas.