Steve Kennedy doesn’t just fish the PAA Series. He dominates it.
In the last year, Kennedy has a 972.789 average fishing the PAA. Yes, you read that correctly. He has beaten 97 percent of the field.
Making an even larger jump was Dean Rojas. He finished third at Old Hickory, and he dropped off a 64th at Guntersville. His jump: 26 places, from 77th to 51st.
While those were some large moves just outside the top 50, inside that benchmark was pretty quiet. Though, 33 seems to be the lucky (or unlucky) number this week.
Mark Rose slipped outside the top 10 to 11th after his 33rd at Old Hickory. Mike Iaconelli went from 33rd to 25th thanks to his 66th at Guntersville dropping off. And Alton Jones moved up six places to, you guessed it, 33rd.
Minors: KY Lake locals move up
The local sticks dominated the Central Everstart on Kentucky Lake last weekend. No surprise, two of them made the most notable moves.
Curt McGuire, fresh off a sixth at KY Lake, jumped inside the top 20 to 18th, his first stint inside the top 20.
Randy Haynes, who won the event, jumped from 50th to 39th.