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Fishing with Kenny

By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
Mar 3rd, 2021
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article by Kenny Covington When I won my very first bass tournament on Cheniere Lake in 1983, I did so by using a spinning rod and reel combination to flip and pitch around the numerous Cypress trees the lake is famous for. My underhand pitches, with the small 6-inch snake worm, an 1/8-ounce sinker a...
By Meagan Russell
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Jan 28th, 2021
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article by  KENNY COVINGTON Back in the 1980’s when I first started competing in bass tournaments, many of the older fishermen believed once the water temperatures sank below 50 degrees, catching bass was almost an impossible task. I can remember sitting in the tackle stores listening to my father an...
By Meagan Russell
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Jan 6th, 2021
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article by  KENNY COVINGTON Let me start off this month’s “Fishing with Kenny” article by wishing everyone a Happy New Year! May your line be tight, hooks stay sharp and hopefully throughout the year you will consistently keep putting fish in your live-wells. Now, let’s talk bass fishing! Just about ...
By Meagan Russell
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Dec 4th, 2020
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article by  KENNY COVINGTON In the past few years, I have been asked to captain high school fishing teams in their local tournaments.  As a captain I can drive the boat and, if need be, run the trolling motor while the kid’s fish.  It’s something I enjoy doing and each time I have participa...
By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
Nov 10th, 2020
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article by  KENNY COVINGTON Fall mornings can be majestic. Mother Nature’s masterpieces are on a daily display, and the cool crisp air mixed with an array of colors that creates   beauty that can only be described as breathtaking. If you happen to be on one of our area lakes preparing for a...
By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
Oct 5th, 2020
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article by KENNY COVINGTON It’s no secret I love hunting season. The leaves on the trees are changing colors, the morning air is crisp and cool, and the woods are full of hunters chasing their game of choice, leaving very few people on the water. In a lot of fall fishing scenarios, I have pulled [&he...
By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
Sep 8th, 2020
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article by KENNY COVINGTON I have written and said many times, in articles and in conversation, the most difficult month to catch fish on our lakes and rivers is September. The dog days of summer are still lingering and fall is just around the corner. What is an angler to do in order to stay [&hellip...
By Cassie Livingston
In Fishing with Kenny
Jul 29th, 2020
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article by KENNY COVINGTON Every year I fish between thirty and forty bass tournaments. It’s what I do. I don’t have the patience to hunt and I don’t play golf because I refuse to play a sport my kids would consistently beat me at. So, I fish both competitively and for fun all year. Fishing […...
By Cassie Livingston
In Fishing with Kenny
Jul 2nd, 2020
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article by KENNY COVINGTON One of the things that all fishermen do very well is having the tendency to take this great sport and at times, over complicate it. We get so engrossed with colors and seasonal fads that we are guilty of overlooking the obvious and more simple solutions to catching bass. So...
By Cassie Livingston
In Fishing with Kenny
Jun 5th, 2020
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article by KENNY COVINGTON With the ongoing pandemic, it appears that more and more people are spending their time “social distancing” on our area lakes and rivers. The number of people who own boats, fish or just enjoy the outdoors is staggering. Drive to a local boat ramp and you will see what I am...