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Scroggins' Stinging Seconds

Updated: April 6, 2008, 10:58 PM ET
By Sam Eifling | ESPNOutdoors.com

ZAPATA, Texas — Twelfth nearly took first — all-time.

Terry Scroggins, buried in 12th place with 88 pounds after three days on Falcon Lake, weighed in a 44-pound, 4-ounce mother lode of bass on Day Four that fell 14 ounces shy of the biggest BASS tournament stringer ever.

"Dean Rojas, he escaped one today," Scroggins told the weigh-in crowd.

That near-obscene limit, anchored by a 10-6 big fish, propelled the Palatka, Fla., angler known as Big Show to the single-tournament ...

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