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Fishing with Kenny

By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
Jan 1st, 2022
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article by  KENNY COVINGTON Here in our part of the country, January is an odd month for consistent weather.  If you get a week of stable warm weather you would almost swear the fish were ready for their annual spring migration to the shallows to begin spawning.  Then, the very next week, it can turn...
By Meagan Russell
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Dec 1st, 2021
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article by  KENNY COVINGTON I am what a lot of fishermen call a “mudder.”  Most of the time when fishing a tournament, regardless of the time of year, I am fishing water less than ten foot deep.  I have always believed bass caught during the winter in shallow water are generally bigger, easier to pat...
By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
Nov 3rd, 2021
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article by Kenny Covington One of the more common beliefs held in bass fishing is when fall sets in is that, bass focus their feeding habits on the overabundance of shad that appear throughout our lakes and rivers.  While to a certain degree this is true, I have also found this time of year is [&hell...
By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
Oct 1st, 2021
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article by  KENNY COVINGTON I have always prided myself on tinkering with my fishing tackle.  I spend hours trying to find the best rod and reel combinations, types of line and hooks that will allow me to be more efficient on the water and throughout my tournament year, catch more fish.  Overkill? Pe...
By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
Sep 1st, 2021
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article by Kenny Covington I’m sure you have heard the saying, “I would rather be lucky than good.” No matter if you are talking ping-pong, horseshoes or bass fishing, a lot of people not only believe in “luck” but they depend on it for their successes and blame a lack of it on their failures. [&hell...
By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
Aug 1st, 2021
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article by Kenny Covington There they are, right there.  Two of them on the left side of that stump.” The words made me stop fishing and turn around to look at the two guys crappie fishing within talking distance of me.  They were standing on the front deck of their boat, jig poles in hand, staring [...
By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
Jun 30th, 2021
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article by Kenny Covington Being a tournament angler who spends the majority of his time fishing shallow water, I am always looking for a new idea, lure, presentation or whatever I can develop to make fishing the skinny water more productive. Over the past several years the hollow bodied frog has bec...
By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
May 28th, 2021
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article by  KENNY COVINGTON Fishing can be a complicated sport.  The more information you have, the more information you get, the more information you retain, the more complicated things can get. It can get overwhelming, especially to young and new anglers.  Information, while at times can be useful,...
By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
Apr 29th, 2021
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article by  KENNY COVINGTON May has always been an interesting month for bass fishing. The spring spawn has come and gone and things are starting to set up for the dog days of summer. Even though bass have completed their spawn, contrary to popular belief there are still a lot of fish that will remai...
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...