JT Kenney grew up in Maryland, around the Potomac River, so he wanted to share some of what he learned about tidal water fisheries with the Bass University students in New Jersey.
0:45 What causes the tide and how the tide effects the bass fishing
2:01 Why the
Bill Lowen is one of the most consistent professional anglers on tour. He has cashed a check in over 70% of the BASS events he has fished. One doesn't pull off that kind of consistency without knowing how to come in with a limit of bass every day. In this
Bill Lowen grew up fishing the Ohio river and has been fishing current for over 35 years. He joined The Bass Univeristy in Kokomo, Indiana to talk about catching bass in current. Current just doesn't exist in rivers, but that's what most people think about when talking about current.
In this on-the-water bass fishing video, Pete Gluszek talks about one of his favorite things to do, fish for smallmouth. Specifically fishing tidal rivers for smallmouth bass. If you fish tidal rivers, like the Hudson River or Delaware River this video will help you learn how to catch smallmouth and
Mike McClelland didn't grow up with boats and fancy equipment. He did a lot of bank fishing and that allowed him to experience some thing that give him some unique perspectives on river bass fishing. Mike got his first two top-level tournament wins on river systems, so his tips can
Pete covers his best tactics for fishing tidal water fisheries. On the Delaware River, Pete often fishes during a 6ft tidal swing throughout the day. Pete will explain how he is able to predict the movements of the bass based on the tides and change his presentations accordingly.
Professional bass tournament fishing pro Bill Lowen loves throwing a swim jig, and has been doing it to catch big bass for over 20 years. He begins by telling the story of how he happened upon the swim jig technique, and how it's help him make cuts in top-level fishing
Knoxville, Tennessee's Ott DeFoe has a talent for locating/ catching bass in river systems and also up the feeder creeks and rivers on lakes. Ott analyzes when, where, and how to find bass "up river". He also breaks down his best methods for catching these fish.
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
FLW bass fishing tournament pro Wesley Strader grew up on the Tennessee River, learning to be wood-wise (being aware of what different seasons and events in nature can tell you). In this 44-minute bass fishing instructional video, Strader will share a lifetime of tips, tactics, techniques and secrets for how
Want to learn how to fish for bass in current? Current is an important component in fishing and is available in varying degrees on every lake, pond and river. One of the most important things about current is that it congregates fish in predictable locations. Every body of water will
One of our most popular presenters, "Dollar" Bill Lowen, is back with The Bass University in Kokomo, Indiana to talk about seasonal shallow water cranking. Bill grew up fishing the rivers, and most of the fish were shallow by necessity all year long. Bill Lowen wants to share with Bass
Bass tournament angler Seth Feider is successful at catching smallmouth bass, proven by his monster 76lb 3-day tournament-winning weight at smallmouth bass paradise, Mille Lacs Lake in Minnesota. The reason he was able to fish that event was because he qualified for the angler of the year tournament by crushing
BASS professional tournament fishing angler Pete "The Dean" Gluszek is on the water, fishing a river system and talking about objects that break the current, how fish setup on them and how to fish them. Pete is talking about a piling in the water, he points out the where the