Clunn's first step toward immortality

Updated: April 28, 2008, 3:53 PM ET
By Ken Duke

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It's hard to believe now, but one of the most common complaints about the early Bassmaster Classics is that they were won by nobodies.

While the bass fishing world waited in vain for Roland Martin, Bill Dance, Tom Mann or Jimmy Houston to win the big one, instead Bobby Murray, Don Butler, Rayo Breckenridge and Jack Hains took home the big trophy.

And though it's unfathomable to think this way now, the complaints continued in 1976 ...

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