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Fishing with Kenny

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In Fishing with Kenny
Sep 19th, 2016
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article by Kenny Covington Every year by this time, much of the local emphasis will have shifted to the various hunting seasons.  While visions of harvesting that monster buck become the backdrop in which dreams are made, this is also a good time of year to check out the local market for both new and...
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In Fishing with Kenny
Aug 29th, 2016
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article by Kenny Covington To me fishing is the greatest outdoor activity we have ever been blessed with. There’s no better way to spend a day. I’m sure my friends that hunt would argue with me about that, but my argument is based on the fact that 70% of the earth is water, so I […]...
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In Fishing with Kenny
Aug 3rd, 2016
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article by Kenny Covington I am considered an “old school” fisherman. By the term “old school” I mean I don’t like modern technology. I am reluctant to try new techniques. I am leery of the modern advances to new tackle. I keep things as simple as possible, do what I do well within my comfort zone [&...
By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
Jun 27th, 2016
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article by Kenny Covington Recently while fishing with a good friend, we were fishing water less than a foot deep when I caught a bass in the five pound range on a 10 inch plastic worm.  As I unhooked the fish my friend made the statement, “I would have never thrown such a big worm […]...
By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
Jun 2nd, 2016
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article by Kenny Covington As fishermen we all have a habit of looking for the “perfect spot.” No matter if we are looking for our next throw or our next area to fish, we are always looking at what we can see to determine each situation’s potential. As long as we can see it, we […]...
By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
Apr 27th, 2016
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article by Kenny Covington In a world that is full of technological advances, it is hard sometimes to wrap our minds around just what it is we are looking for, what we need or even what we want. These upgrades go from the simple to the complex and reach all aspects of everyday life. They […]...
By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
Apr 5th, 2016
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article by Kenny Covington This may be hard for people to believe, but in 1985 there was no such thing as a soft plastic jerkbait or stickbait.  There wasn’t a Zoom Fluke or a Yamamoto Senko.  No one knew about dead sticking or wacky rigging.  These were unheard methods to catch bass.  But it didn’t ...
By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
Feb 29th, 2016
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article by Kenny Covington Arguably the greatest big bass bait ever created is the skirted jig. Early versions were made of living rubber and the fishermen were instructed to add a “trailer” to increase the lures effectiveness. After all these years, the initial concept of the lure is still the same ...
By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
Feb 1st, 2016
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article by Kenny Covington In bass fishing, the month of February is a lot rolled up into one. The water is not warm enough for a spring time bite, but it isn’t cold enough for a winter pattern either. In this month’s article we will take a look at one of the most productive constants […]...
By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
Jan 4th, 2016
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article by Kenny Covington If you asked me to tell you the hardest month of the year to catch bass I would tell you without hesitation it is the month of January.  I have believed this to be true since I first started fishing tournaments at the age of 13 and even now, I will […]...