Topics: Dean Rojas

Sabine a dream for Todd Faircloth

Mar 19, 2013

Faircloth’s win — his fourth Bassmaster Elite Series title and second in Texas — was a victory in a four-day tug-of-war with Dean Rojas.

Sabine from the air

Mar 17, 2013

Get a bird's-eye view of the Sabine River system and see what tight quarters some of the pros are fishing in.

Did Kerouac fish the Sabine?

Mar 17, 2013

In On the Road, Jack Kerouac called the Sabine an "evil old river" and "the mansion of the snake," noting "we could almost hear the slither of a million copperheads."

One bite could win it

Mar 16, 2013

Even though the last man in Sunday's field is almost 12 pounds behind the leader, everyone still standing has a slugger's chance.

Rojas returns

Mar 16, 2013

Elite pro found himself two shy of limit until the final minutes of play on Day Three.

Short day on Sabine

Mar 15, 2013

By noon, Bassmaster Elite Series pro Todd Faircloth from Jasper, Texas, had a five-fish limit on a river system that has left many other Elites struggling to bring three or four fish to the scales.

Day Two on the Sabine

Mar 15, 2013

Anglers take another shot at the Sabine River System.

Sabine tough, but toughest ever?

Mar 15, 2013

Day One of the 2013 Bassmaster Elite Series event on the Sabine River out of Orange, Texas, was tough, but was it the toughest day in Elite history?

Rojas roughs out lead

Mar 15, 2013

Carhartt Big Bass leader starts the day - and tournament - off right for Elite pro Dean Rojas.

Low weights and high hopes

Mar 14, 2013

ORANGE, Texas — Despite 13 Elite Series anglers failing to catch a single 14-inch bass and another 27 boating only one, everybody expects he's still got a shot at the Sabine River Challenge $100,000 first-place check. Sure, Dean Rojas seems like a favorite after Thursday since he managed a five-bass limit weighing 15 pounds, 10 ounces. Mark Davis (13-13) and Cliff Crochet (13-0) are in great shape too. But no one is confident about repeating anything on this river system.

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