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Fishing with Kenny

By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
Jun 27th, 2018
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article by Kenny Covington I learned very early on you can’t make a bass do anything it doesn’t want to do. No matter what I thought or how hard I tried, if they don’t want to bite what I’m throwing, there wasn’t a lot I could do to change their minds. The value of experimenting […]...
By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
May 29th, 2018
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article by Kenny Covington I won my first bass tournament, when I was sixteen years old. It was 1983, and I was fishing out of an aluminum boat equipped with only a foot controlled 12-volt trolling motor. My father put an old spare tire in the very back section of my boat to keep the […]...
By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
May 1st, 2018
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article by Kenny Covington Someone once said that they would rather catch one bass on a topwater lure than ten bass on a plastic worm. I can remember my father and uncle repeating this same phrase and I must admit I am somewhat of a topwater fanatic myself. In this month’s BayouLife I want to [&helli...
By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
Mar 28th, 2018
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article by Kenny Covington It’s one of the most violent strikes I’ve ever had while bass fishing….. My partner Glynn and I were fishing a team tournament in a small backwater area of Darbonne and the sound of the strike made Glynn’s head snap around to look. There was something about the buzzing of t...
By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
Feb 27th, 2018
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article by Kenny Covington It has happened to all of us at one time or another. You are fishing with your buddy, and they are catching fish right and left, and you can’t get a bite. Fishing frustration at its finest. Often times anglers consider such experiences their “bad luck” or the other angler s...
By Katie Sloan
In Fishing with Kenny
Jan 31st, 2018
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Article by Kenny Covington Many years ago, while winter time fishing with my father on Finch Lake, looked at the ice that had formed on the water’s edge and asked if he thought the bass would hit a spinnerbait. “Probably not,” was his reply, “but if you want to throw one I have one you […]...
By Katie Sloan
In Fishing with Kenny
Jan 8th, 2018
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Article by Kenny Covington Fishing, like most other sports, is always evolving. New techniques, technology and fresh ideas are constantly changing the face of this great sport. To some die-hards, change is the one thing they will fight to the bitter end. As I have grown older I have come to realize t...
By Katie Sloan
In Fishing with Kenny
Nov 30th, 2017
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article by Kenny Covington Think fishermen, be it the tournament angler or just someone who likes the purity of the sport, are always looking for the perfect lure. A lure that works no matter the time of year, weather condition, color of the water or where you might be fishing. The squarebill crankba...
By Katie Sloan
In Fishing with Kenny
Oct 30th, 2017
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Article by Kenny Covington When it comes to bass fishing, my favorite time of the year, without a doubt, is in the fall. The woods are full of hunters, and the waterways are left to just a few of us die hard anglers. What many don’t know is that fall can be the best time […]...
By Katie Sloan
In Fishing with Kenny
Sep 25th, 2017
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Article by Kenny Covington Lake drawdowns are nothing new anymore. It seems each year more and more of our local waters are being lowered for one reason or another and while it does serve its purpose, it can make fishing for bass tougher than it usually is during autumn. In this month’s column we are...