Speaking of consistent, your finish to the 2018 season was a study in consistency. You can’t get much better than five Top-5 finishes in a row. What’s it like to be in that sort of zone?
LESTER: I’ve been through it a couple times in my career. It’s not something you can feel coming on, but you can feel it when you’re in it, and you definitely feel it when you’re out of it. When you’re in that zone, you’re not rushed. You have a good cadence. You could be going down the lake and see a bank for the first time, pull over and start fishing, and you have complete and utter confidence you’re going to catch one out of that place. I’m hoping I can fish my way back into that zone again to finish up the year. I was thinking about it the second day at (Lake) Fork. I was running around like crazy and I had a thousand things rolling through my head. If I could just slow down, look at what’s in front of me, it would be so much better for me. But it’s not that easy. I knew what I was doing wrong, but in the heat of the moment, it’s not easy to make yourself do what you need to do.