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Kevin VanDam: Accuracy is Everything in Skipping
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Kevin VanDam: Accuracy is Everything in Skipping

January 7, 2021 • Major League Lessons

Kevin VanDam knows that accuracy matters in bass fishing: “One thing I know is that if I can get my bait into places that other people can’t, I’m going to catch more bass.” As he prepares for the start of the 2021 Bass Pro Tour Season, the Mercury Pro Team pro claims that his skipping skills have been boosted to the next level, thanks to the new Team Lew’s Pro SP skipping and pitching reel. Watch as VanDam runs through the paces of skipping docks and overhangs with accuracy that  “makes me look like a magician.”