JT Kenney dominated the first 3 days of the FLW Tour season-opener on the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes. He limped in with just enough (9 pounds and change) to win on Day 4, but while the size of his fish diminished, Kenney's plan was solid enough to top a field of 154 pros. He explains it in detail in this video clip.
JT Kenney has been smashing big limits of bass on Lake Kissimmee for 2 days but today he decided to stay on Toho and throw a Nichols Lures Pulsator spinnerbait to catch 14 pounds, 5 ounces - enough to keep him 12-8 ahead of the field. Kenney is making all the right moves this week. Hear him talk about his decision.
Depth is a key factor in finding fish. During the Classic on Hartwell most pros found two primary zones - 10 feet or less, and 30-to-35 feet - that produced the majority of their fish. Hear them explain how and why they dialed-in on these depth zones.
Casey Ashley gives a detailed description of his winning gameplan including locations, technique, lure (homemade) and how he fishes the lure. Unless you're friends with his dad, good luck getting one of the winning bladerunner heads. The Zoom Super Fluke Junior is widely available though.
Hear the anglers tell it in their own words. Highlights from the Day 1 post-weigh in press conference featuring Casey Ashley, Skeet Reese, Randy Howell, Keith Combs, Brett Hite, and of course, tourney leader Dean Rojas.
Rojas was relaxed even though he spent 28 minutes in the 'penalty box' after a morning launch that was already delayed an hour and a half. He gives details about his day and the reason for his penalty.