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Niggemeyer or Iaconelli? Even a great spot could carry only one of the anglers splitting it

Updated: March 14, 2009, 9:29 PM ET
By Sam Eifling | ESPNOutdoors.com

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DEL RIO, Texas — The spot that Mike Iaconelli and James Niggemeyer both plumbed in this week's OPTIMA Batteries Battle on the Border attracted them in practice.

Iaconelli noticed a creek mouth that featured a submerged point with a 50-or-so-yard underwater terrace sprinkled with hydrilla, which is rare to find at that depth. "It was a normal break from 10, 20, 30 to 40," Iaconelli said. "Then it leveled out at 40, like a step. Then it went ...

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