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The Art of Mastering Depth When Bass Fishing

If we miss this “zone” as bass anglers, it is very hard to get a bite. Links to some of my favorite lures are listed below.

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Links to some of my favorite lures from Omnia Fishing – a great online site from Minnesota. A bunch of terrific anglers who love to help you find the lures you are looking for. You can even search by lake!

Damiki Jig Head:
Baby Z Too for Damiki Rig:

Strike King Thunder Cricket Bladed Jig:

Swim Jigs
KVD Tour Grade Swim Jig:
Hack Attack Heavy Cover Swim Jig:

KVD Squarebill 1.5:
KVD Squarebill 2.5:
KVD Squarebill Hard Knock:

Soft Plastics
KVD Dream Shot:
KVD Half Shell:
KVD Perfect Plastics Rodent:
Rage Tail Menace Grub:
Rage Bug:

KVD Splash Popper:
Strike King Tri-Wind Buzzbait:
KVD Sexy Frog:
KVD Sexy Dawg:

Rod and Reels:
Lew’s Pro SP Skipping/Pitching Reel:
Lew’s Mach Crush Spinning:
Lew’s XD Crankbait Rods:
Lew’s KVD Graphite Casting Rods:
Lew’s KVD Composite Cranking Rods:
Lew’s KVD Spinning Rods:
Lew’s KVD Baitcast Reels:
Lew’s KVD Spinning Reels:

Books on the Outdoors I have read and enjoyed:
Jay Yelas: A Champion’s Journey of Faith, Family, and Fishing:
Kevin VanDam’s Bass Strategies Revised Ed:
Rootbeer Lady: The Story of Dorothy Molter by Bob Cary:
Ely Echoes by Bob Cary:
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Neewer 12″ Ring Light:
Fuji XT3 Camera:
Softbox Light Kit with Backdrops:
Lilliput 4K Field Production Monitor:
Rode Mic:
Dell XP15:
Neewer Travel Tripod:
Polar Pro Peter McKinnon Variable ND Filter:

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  1. In my waterhole I find fish of all year classes grouped up from December through June. After that the bigs seem to move deep as soon the water temp hits 85 the schoolers will follow out as well but generally I don't find them mixed together

  2. HELP ! i dont have a depth finder/ fish finder and I fish in stained water. How do I learn about what depth my lure is in? ps I am a beginner!

  3. Hey Steve another good one as always Steve I hope you get tired from hearing from me.steve I'm almost 60 yrs old and I have medical issues and I can't work much anymore and I'm one of these guys who really wants to learn more about bass fishing. Thanks for all you do and for making these videos for us I really enjoy your content. God bless you and your family your pal fisherman Mike from Missouri.

  4. Ur footage is really cool. I love seeing those fish just being fish.. helps me understand how they relate to there environment and how we need to be aware of that… thank u as always

  5. You and your camera have really provided some unique info regarding bass behavior that we don't get from other channels. Thank you. Always look forward to your videos.

  6. That really is a lot to think about when you unpack it. A group with quite a few bass will be hanging together at a certain point keyed in on one thing, while a few large fish might just be several yards away and holding tight to something completely different. What we as anglers perceive as only a short distance might be a totally different world to a bass.

  7. I appreciate all the teaching that you bring to your Chanel I'm and old man but started fishing about 2 years ago. I have fished in my younger life but never used a bait caster now a don't want to fish with out one. Thanks again Steve

  8. Always know where your lure is and what it's doing. When you do get an initial engagement, you'll know for certain how and why it occurred right away, instead of guessing and hoping to randomly repeat what you did.

  9. Hey, Steve, great to see ya. I have not been able to get out yet. Mom and dad are older and need me more. I will get out soon. Great video, brother, be safe

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