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Fishing with Kenny

By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
Nov 25th, 2014
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This has happened to every bass fisherperson at one time or another.  You come around the corner of a creek or you fish out on an open flat, and the sight of bass feeding on shad, blowing up the water as if it were their last meal catches your eye.  Your heart races with anticipation!  […]...
By Meagan Russell
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Oct 28th, 2014
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article by Kenny Covington I have always been one to tinker with lures.  Rarely have I ever bought a lure and not tried to change it, in some fashion, in order to make it “better.”   I think it is a natural instinct in fisherman to attempt improvements, even on things that may work just fine [&hellip...
By Meagan Russell
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Sep 29th, 2014
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article by Kenny Covington I love hunting season. The days are getting shorter, the nights cooler, but even better the lakes are void of fishermen.  It is a time to catch numbers of bass but also a time to catch big bass.  As lake temperatures begin to drop, bass realize it is time to feed […]...
By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
Aug 21st, 2014
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article by Kenny Covington I am a shallow water fisherman by trade.  There is nothing I like more than to find a good looking bank and plow down it with a spinnerbait in hand.  But many times when fishing with this and other fast moving methods, we tend to miss catchable fish, because they aren’t [&h...
By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
Jul 24th, 2014
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article by Kenny CovingtonWe live in a fast paced world these days.  Everything seems to go at full speed all the time and if you aren’t careful, the world will pass you by.  Many times after we have spent a day on our favorite lake, we would swear there isn’t a fish to be caught.  […]...
By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
Jun 26th, 2014
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article by Kenny Covington | photo by Brad Arender Crankbaits have been around for decades.  Their prominence in the sport actually came to light in the 70s when Fred Young introduced the hand carved “Big O” crankbait.  These lures were so effective at catching bass they, like Rapala’s Shad Rap, were...
By Meagan Russell
In Features
May 21st, 2014
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article by Kenny Covington When I was in college, during the summer months of the year, I probably spent more time fishing at night on Bayou DeSiard than I did participating in my college classes.  Night time bass fishing is a good way to escape the hustle and bustle of chaotic times on our summer [&...
By Meagan Russell
In Fishing with Kenny
Apr 24th, 2014
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by Kenny Covington Catching fish is the ultimate goal of each angler.  We get caught up in favorite lures, secret areas and hidden hotspots so much that we often times forget the simplest items of the fish catching equation.  Fishing kept simple is usually when fishing is the most fun. HOOKS Fishhook...
By Meagan Russell
In Features
Mar 31st, 2014
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by Kenny Covington Of all the lures used to catch bass, a spinnerbait is probably the most versatile but also the most misunderstood of them all.  You can fish them shallow, deep and all depths in between.  There isn’t a more effective tool in your tackle box for covering our local waters. Before we ...
By Meagan Russell
In Features
Feb 25th, 2014
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by Kenny Covington In all aspects of fishing,  one of the most debated aspects, if not the most debated, is of lure colors.  Crappie fishermen are notorious about the importance of specific colors and deep sea or off shore fisherman have specific color schemes they always rely on.  As bass anglers, w...