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Senko works for Davis

Updated: March 16, 2005, 2:55 PM ET
By Steve Price | BASS Times, May 2003

MANNING, S.C. — Late during Saturday's semifinal round, Mark Davis had time for one last cast. So the former Classic champion made the most of it.

He threw a Yamamoto Senko (green/pumpkin) as far back into a shallow stumpfield as possible and lifted his rod tip. The pressure he immediately felt told the tale.

That cast produced a 7-pound, 8-ounce lunker, the largest bass of the day, and gave Davis the weight he needed to qualify for the Super Six round at the South Carolina CITGO ...

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