While there's a whole generation of anglers utilizing electronics to locate big schools of bass offshore, Major League Fishing tournament bass fisherman Greg Hackney encourages you not to forget to beat the banks any time of year for some of the biggest tournament bass, especially for a 5 bass limit format.
BASS Elite Series Angler of the Year tournament champion Seth Feider joins Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek in this installment of Bass University TV Live. Covered in this nearly 3 hour show:
Part 1 - Fall Bass Fishing
Mike and Pete talk in-depth and answer PRO subscriber questions about Fall fishing techniques.
Special considerations for fishing and navigating the great lakes for big bass.
Jerkbait fishing is not just a winter and pre-spawn tactic, though it is great during those times. FLW pro John Hunter is hear to advocate the fishing of jerkbaits throughout the year, in every season. John Hunter will talk about what type of jerkbaits you want to use in each
2019 Bassmaster Classic bass fishing tournament champion Ott Defoe believes heavily in modifying baits. Since he was young, he's been hand-crafting crankbaits and making alterations to baits to increase his condfidence in their fish-catching ability. In this video, Ott Defoe will talk about some of the tweaks that he makes
When the water temps drop into the low 40’s an angler must adjust his approach. Pete talks in-depth on lures and technique that deliver in the dead of winter. Learn about The Silver Buddy, hair jigs, A-rig and the Rapala Jigging Rap
After a hiatus from the Elite Series to fish the Major League Fishing Bass Pro Tour, Jason Christie re-qualified for the Elite Series, then proceeded to win the Sabine River event in his first year back. In this Bass University exclusive interview, Jason Christie talks about how the tournament progressed
Mike Iaconelli loves to fish for bass all summer, but there are days when it seems like it's too hot get a bite, no matter what you do. Thankfully, bass are predictable, and there just a few things that will determine where you will find bass, and they'll be in
Ott Defoe joined The Bass University LIVE June 1st, 2021 to discuss his MLF Bass Pro Tour fishing tournament win at the Harris Chain. Ott was fishing a white swim jig, Bass Pro Shops Speed Shad swimbait and Rapala Ott's Garage Crankbaits in the tournament. Watch this recorded live show to learn more
Mike McClelland is a successful bass fishing tournament angler. In this 44-minute video, he will teach you the versatility of spinnerbaits and buzzbaits. These lures were mainstays 20+ years ago in tournament bass fishing, in some ways, have lost popularity with the success of swimbaits, swim jigs, vibrating jigs (chatterbaits)
Are you ready to find bass on a new body of water with a crankbait? Brandon Palaniuk loves using crankbaits as a search tool. In this bass fishing class seminar video, Palaniuk breaks down some maps to demonstrate areas where bass should setup (and places you should look) during different
Almost every body of water has riprap, whether it's for roads & railroad tracks, for jetties or residential bank stabilization, you can usually find stretches of chunk rock, brick, concrete blocks or even old tires. Usually these man-made features are to stop bank erosion or control the current, but they
Ever seen a smallmouth following your bait, only to have them lose interest as you slow down your lure retrieve to further entice the interested bass? Tidal river expert and avid smallmouth fisherman Pete "The Dean" Gluszek share tips, tricks and secrets to make smallmouth stop looking at your bait
Not all bass do the same thing all the time. You can catch a bass on a topwater near the bank, then drive out to 50 feet and catch another one. Bass do have a tendancy to migrate toward deeper water at certain times of the year and that's what