Randy Howell's love-hate relationship with Oneida Lake improves with Day Two lead.
Dean Rojas and Randy Howell have momentum and strong past performances on Oneida on their side.
Conditions on New York’s Cayuga Lake were different today — overcast and cooler than yesterday — but not different enough to shake the first round leader in the Bass Pro Shops Northern Open.
"Big Show" Terry Scroggins gave Dean Rojas some baits and put him on the bass he needed to take the lead on Day Two.
Widely regarded as the best topwater frog angler in the world, Rojas turns from sight-fishing to a drop-shot rig to vault himself into the lead on Day Two.
Day One leader Jim Dillard and second-place Kevin Hawk remained in the top 12, but neither was able to bring a limit to the scales on Day Two.
Tidal waters present unique challenges to anglers on Day Two of the Northern Open
Kelly Pratt has had nearly a year to soak in his 2011 Northern Open victory, but he’d give everything to have an extra month.
On Saturday, Brent Chapman returned to the school of bass that produced 25 1/2 pounds for him early Friday.