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February 27, 2006

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Record-Breaking Classic: Luke Clausen wins 2006 Bassmaster title, setting a new mark

On the first day of the 36th annual Citgo Bassmaster Classic—during which Florida’s Lake Tohopekaliga produced the three largest bass in the event’s history—Luke Clausen flirted with a 30-pound limit (29 pounds, 6 ounces) and took an impressive early lead. By the end of the day on Sunday, the Spokane Valley, Washington, pro not only held on to win the event, but did so with a 3-day total weight of 56-pounds, 2-ounces, breaking the tournament's previous record of 55 pounds, 10 ounces.


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