West Coast Bassmaster Elite Series Pro angler John Murray discusses catching big smallmouth. On some bodies of water, they're the most fun to catch, and in a tournament situation on those bodies of water, the best chance you have at winning. John talks about the specifics of his favorite baits
How to approach those days you know fishing will be tough, be it weather conditions, fishing pressure, or marginal fisheries.
This seminar was originally titled "Are You Tough Enough?"
Lipless crankbaits are excellent "numbers" baits, meaning that they can help you catch tons of bass of all sizes! Scott Martin credits lipless crankbaits with helping him catch the most bass compared to any other lure while fishing his home waters in southern Florida. Scott discusses in-depth tips for how
Bryan Thrift has been described by fellow pro anglers and fishing media as a dock fishing “machine” for his ability to skip non-conventional dock fishing baits such as buzzbaits under docks and overhanging trees! Bryan understands that presenting your bait effectively is one of the most important elements to catching
Bassmaster Classic Champion Davy Hite uses cranking to cover water and find bass fast! In this class, Davy offers advice for anglers of all skill levels and he explains the tactics and tips that have helped him consistently catch big bass throughout his career.
Ott's class will help anglers understand more about how to approach new bodies of water, which can be seen in Ott's great ability to consistently earn top tournament finishes each year. Try The Bass University TV and learn more in-depth seasonal patterns, tips, and tactics that Ott uses to
In this on-the-water bass fishing instructional video, Bassmaster Elite series tournament angler Mike "Ike" Iaconelli discusses locating and catching fish that are in pre-spawn and post-spawn transitional periods. This video will help you locate and catch bass in the spring. Iaconelli discussses areas he likes to target when looking for
Jason Christie will identify factors that trigger the movement of bass from winter patterns and discuss staging areas on various bodies of water. Jason will also break down his four favorite power tactics for catching giant bass during the pre-spawn phase: jerkbaits, spinnerbaits/ bladed jigs, swimbaits, and jigs.
Fred Roumbanis describes scenarios of fishing matted vegetation and offers advice for when to target the bass with either a frog or with flipping jigs and soft plastics. Fred also discusses when and how the bass will use the matted vegetation for cover and to ambush baitfish.
Florida's Shaw Grigsby is well known for being a sight fishing expert. Shaw's class on sight fishing techniques covers how to catch the bass that you can see during the bass spawn, but he also gives advice for other seasons such as how to catch cruising bass during the fall!
Catching a giant smallmouth bass aka "Smallie" may be one of the most exciting things about bass fishing! Smallies are well known for being very aggressive and a blast to catch; they are also notorious for being difficult to locate from day to day. Consistently catching these big Smallmouths is
Pete Gluszek offers advice for how to effectively target and catch bass on large bodies of water. Pete will also prepare you for how to fish when the wind picks up and the waves get big.
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek host Bass University TV LIVE, a bass fishing web show, where they discuss the latest training classes and PRO subscribers can ask questions and win prizes! Live shows are free to watch, so watch for our newsletter for the next show, which is
Fred Roumbanis will go through how to utilize crankbaits to their full effectiveness with advanced crankbait techniques.