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It seems unlikely something like this would be missed so there must be a reason for it -- or am I overlooking something?

Is there a way to find out which question is associated for the bounty?

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Is that your own reputation tab or someone else's reputation tab? On my own, I can click on the gray bar and see the title of the bounty question under the graph. Perhaps the question has been deleted and you've got <10k? – sarnold Dec 12 '11 at 1:48
@sarnold this is for someone else's rep graph. – greatwolf Dec 12 '11 at 1:50
@sarnold The date indicates the bounty went in effect yesterday. It's highly unlikely the question was deleted -- it wouldn't make sense. – greatwolf Dec 12 '11 at 1:57
You can't delete questions with bounties anyway. – Toomai Dec 12 '11 at 3:22

Have just checked a few examples and this appears to be deliberate - looking at someone else's rep graph, you can't see what question a bounty was placed on, you just see the rep spend.

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