Mike Iaconelli is on the water showing everyone how he breaks down an area and makes it smaller and smaller until he narrows it down onto the "sweet spot."
Bass fishing tournament champion Mike Iaconelli is on the water about a secret bait and technique being used to catch big bass. Known as "flutter spoon fishing" or "structure spoon fishing", this technique of fishing a large cupped spoon is used to fish mid-to-deep depths.
Flutter Spoon Fishing - Part 1
This Bass University TV Live bass fishing talk show was recorded Dec. 21st, 2016 with special guests Kevin VanDam and Gary Klein. Live shows are scheduled about once per month, and are free for anyone to watch. PRO subscribers can ask questions and win prizes during live shows. Be
Michael Iaconelli (aka Ike), the 2003 Bassmaster Classic bass fishing tournament champion, new MLF Bass Pro Tour angler and host of "Fish My City" on Nat Geo WILD joins The Bass University TV on the water to talk about his emergency plan when a day of fishing is going off
In this 3-part on-the-water instructional fishing video, Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek discuss fishing topwater frogs for bass.
Frog Fishing: Part 1
Equipment & Walking the Dog
Pete Gluszek talks about the finer details of walking the dog that he learned from fishing with Ish Monroe. Mike talks about the preferred equipment setup
Fishing for shallow smallmouth bass in the Summer is one of Bassmaster Elite Series Pro Seth Feider's favorite ways to catch bass. Seth explains that most anglers know to fish for smallmouth in the spring during the prespawn and spawning periods, but the bass that stay shallow throughout the summer
FLW Pro bass fishing tournament angler James Watson starts off this 52-minute seminar with a quick tip for fishing jigs using the O-Wacky Tool and keeping your baits from getting tangled. Then James goes on to share nearly an hour of boat dock fishing information!
BASS tournament anglers Mike "Ike" Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are on the water talking about what shallow water anchors, like Power-Poles, are and how to use them. The are a great tool for targeting spawning fish on the bed, but it's helpful in many other shallow water fishing situations. Very often
When the water temperatures get hot, the bass fishing can cool down. Pete Gluszek discusses the techniques that he often uses to trigger strikes from lethargic summer bass. Pete also covers effective patterns that dominate summer time conditions including: feeder creek patterns, docks, ledges, matted vegetation, and topwater triggers.
Aaron Martens was in Tulsa, Oklahoma in the winter to conduct a bass fishing class seminar on seasonal water temperatures. Water temperature is one of the most important factors in determining bass location and activity level. Aaron Martens takes a seasonal approach to discussing the changing water temperatures, how fish
Mike Iaconelli is on the water explaining how he like to use a jerkbait, and why it drives bass into biting.
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are on the water doing some early spring crankbait bass fishing. It's prespawn with changing water conditions that are keeping bass from moving onto the beds to spawn. Mike and Pete discuss the area they're fishing, which has milfoil, along with what baits they're fishing
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek recorded this question & answer video segment around 2016, but it was recently discovered in the BU Vault, and we're bringing it to you now. Watch as Mike and Pete talk about preparing for club tournaments and improving your standings.
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Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are live discussing Todd Faircloth's Grass Fishing and Josh Bertrand's School of Bass classes.