No luck for Rojas on the last spot. We've followed him to a new area, an offshore spot that's just the second area he's fished that's not a dock-oriented area.
The dearth of bites is taking its toll on the first-day leader. He's not talking to his cameraman like he was earlier in the day, and you can detect that he feels like the Classic is slipping away from him. It goes to show just how big the mental aspect of tournament fishing can be. Little does he know that he's still unofficially in third place and not far off the leading pace. Of course, it's hard not to get down when you have roughly 10 pounds in the well after busting 21-2 the first day. We're on the move again. Update soon.