James Niggemeyer is floating south on this backwater. Looks like the rest of the guys who were here are ready to make their way back to Orange.
Scroggins is still looking to fill his limit. He just boated a 2 1/2-ponder fish for No. 3 of the day. He has his head down and is fishing hard on the Calcasieu River.
Faircloth has just added a third to his livewell.
Faircloth is just now getting his second keeper.
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