If you are not using
Kick'n Bass, your not fishing! Let me tell you why. This is Pro Staff,
Jeff Cheatham of Watauga, Texas. It has been a really good year so far.
This will be my third testimony in four months. Kick'n Bass really
works! On April 13, 2002 we were fishing the Media Bass Team Tournament on
Eagle Mountain Lake located in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. During
pre-fishing the week prior to the tournament we located some fish in a small
pocket on sandy and pea gravel banks in the 5-8 ft. range. I was catching
them on stick bait, 1/4 oz jigs and rattle traps and my partner Darrell Maxey
found them around the same depth dragging Carolina rig and 4" worms.
Between the both of us, we probably caught 25 to 30 fish but only about
half were keepers. So we knew it would be an all day thing to get the five
bites we needed. We had our usual 24-26 teams with about 11-12
jackpotters. (you know you have to get those guys in all your tournaments)
We started on some spinnerbait fish Darrell had found fishing some button
willows in the back of a pocket. We spent about an hour slinging blades
and buzzbaits, shad and fish were busting all over but no takers. We then
made a move to another pocket, put down the blades and just used Carolina rigs.
We were getting bites but they were not hanging on so we got out "The
Bottle". That's right the bottle of Kick'n Bass Anise Shad. Four
casts back into it and Darrell hooks up with the first keeper weighing about 2
3/4 lbs. We fished around the pocket and came up to some flooded grass on
a point. I missed one on a stick bait that looked like a keeper. Darrell
stuck another keeper about 2 lbs. and we now had two in the boat. We
decided to move to another pocket and work our way to the back but oops it was
too crowded so we turned the boat around only to see the biggest black wall of
rain and wind coming strait at us. We were in an idle speed only cove and
it took us a little while to get back to the mouth of the cove. By then we
had 3 ft rollers and rain. We made our way to a marina and lucky for us
there was an empty boat slip. We pulled in and waited out the 30 mph
winds, rain, pea size hail and lightning wondering how long was this going to
last. After an hour wait the wind slowed down. By this time it was
about 12:30 pm. and we only had 2 fish in the boat. It was time to go
We worked our way back to the cove and came to a small secondary point where I caught #3, a 1 3/4 lber. It started getting crowded again so we moved again. Darrell hooked up on the next spot we went to and caught #4 a little 13" Kentucky. He would do for now but we were still worried about finding #5. Oh looky there Darrell found him.
We then decided to make a move back to the spot where we caught our first two keepers. We had about 35 minutes left to fish so we worked the spot pretty hard. With about 10 minutes left Darrell says "There he is," sets the hook and culls our little Kentucky for a 3 lber. Off to weigh in we went not knowing what to expect. I was carrying our fish to the scales while Darrell lagged behind talking to some of the other anglers. He finds out 10 lbs is leading the tournament much to our surprise. We might have a shot. Tournament director Eldon Stout asks if we can beat 10.24. We say "Maybe, we're not sure." When the scales stop our weight is 12.34 lbs. Big smiles and back to back wins. Another $1500.00 in the bank. Can you believe it? So that is where we are as of today. Thanks to God, Ken Revell, and Kick'n Bass. Thanks to all of you. With God in your life anything is possible! Remember, always use Kick'n Bass and keep it in the strike zone.
Kick'n Bass Pro Staff