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Rojas not budging

Rojas not budging

By Trey Reid

We're about to leave Rojas so Jerry Cunnungham can get more photos of other anglers. Rojas just said he's "married to this area." He's not leaving it today. There's a lot...

Rojas has a limit

Rojas has a limit

By Trey Reid

Dean Rojas has a limit in the boat. It's not the kind of limit he needs to stay in contention or win this thing, but it's a good start. We watched Rojas fish this area yesterday, and he...

Roumbanis spectators

Roumbanis spectators

By Trey Reid

We've talked a lot about spectator traffic and local angling pressure, but the fans watching Fred Roumbanis are keeping a respectful distance this morning. There are 25 boats watching Boom Boom...

Goodie bags

Goodie bags

By Trey Reid

Chris Lane's family attended Saturday's takeoff to see off the 2012 Classic champion and Guntersville resident, but they also were on another mission Saturday morning....

Scramble Time

Scramble Time

By Trey Reid

We made a run up the lake on a search for several anglers near Saulty Creek, only to see numerous boats heading back down the lake. It looks like the late scramble to find a few more fish is on.

Stumbled on Kilgore

Stumbled on Kilgore

By Trey Reid

We stumbled across Alabama's David Kilgore after leaving Rojas. The word among the local hands is that Kilgore crushed the bass in practice. We weren't able to get close enough to find out...

Leaving Rojas

Leaving Rojas

By Trey Reid

We're leaving Dean Rojas after observing him for about 30 minutes. We were close enough to talk to him, but he didn't want to tell us much about his area. It was a small pocket and looked...

Rojas all alone

Rojas all alone

By Trey Reid

Dean Rojas has a solitary spot up Siebold Creek. It's a pocket about 6 or 7 acres in size that's accessible only by a narrow concrete box culvert that's just wide enough for a boat to...

One letter

One letter

By Trey Reid

One letter can make a world of difference in the number of spectator boats that follow you. KVD passed us an hour ago with three dozen spectator boats in hot pursuit. A few minutes later, we passed...

Lots of movement

Lots of movement

By Trey Reid

I'm noticing a lot of boats on the move over the last half hour. No one seems to be staying in one place very long. Most of the boats are going down the lake. We've been watching local...

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