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Water temp is the key to good bass fishing

Much of my success in my bass fishing career is based on pattern fishing and the most important part of the pattern is finding the right water temperature. In this video I will tell you exactly what to look for and when to fish for that big trophy!


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  1. Love when you give the tips when you arenโ€™t on the water! I feel you go way more in depth with the topics you discuss! Cheers Roland from ๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ฆ

  2. Hi Roland! Good day to you, sir. I like your tip for the digital thermometer! I never thought of that, that's so simple but so good! I have to get one of those for my tackle pack.

  3. Roland, I'm in South Florida and concur with your recommendations. Never understood why four days or so before full or new moon energizes bass. The reason??

  4. Iโ€™m going to. ORillyโ€™s Listening to this guy. (( Which Iโ€™ve been watching him since his T. V. Shows first came on )). Lot smarter than he leads on. Science in college. He never said I never knew that. Too win all that money ๐Ÿ’ฐ??? YA!!!!!

  5. Hi Roland new subscriber to the channel, been watching you a long time, the ones fishing with shiners and using balloons for bobbers , weโ€™re awesome probably from late eighties early nineties! Thanks for your info on bass fishing

  6. Roland, I have not found what you say about the wind and water temperature. I have been in Florida for the past twenty years and before then I was in the northeast. When the wind is out of the north the warmer surface water will pile up in the south. I just did a video last week showing that exact thing. The wind was out of the north and the south shoreline was almost three degrees warmer.

  7. Roland, I appreciate you sharing your knowledge on this topic. Awesome info that will help us.
    Thanks and GOD Bless you and your Family!!!

  8. I live in South Africa and went fishing this weekend. The water was so warm it felt like bath water. However, my son and i caught over 100 fish in 4 hours. Sadly, only about 3 fish was maybe more than 3 to 4 pounds. Do you think the remp had something to do with it? We had to fish very slowly to get the fish to bite.

  9. Thank you for the tips, I'm in California and I've seen a similar pattern and caught more bass on rising water temperature since taking your advice. ๐Ÿ˜

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