A successful FLW Tour angler, and (at the time of this writing) BASS rookie-of-the-year points leader Mark Daniels Jr. (MDJ) has 48 minutes of secrets for fishing heavy cover with finesse baits. Firstly, you may ask, "Why fish heavy cover with finesse baits and light line?". MDJ will talk about
Kevin VanDam prefers to use heavier-than-average weights when it comes to fishing tubes and finesse swimbaits. Like everything else within his finesse fishing arsenal, Kevin's approach is to make more casts, create contact with the cover and generate reaction strikes from larger bass. Tubes and Finesse Swimbaits work almost anywhere
A consistent FLW top 10 finisher for years, and 2019 MLF Bass Pro Tour angler, Cody Meyer is also once held the world record for spotted bass at 10.8lbs. In this video, Cody joins The Bass University to talk about fishing clear water.
3:37 Fishing clear water can be
Bass fishing tournament angler Kurt Dove is back to talk about the technique of fishing the Ned Rig. In early October 2017, Kurt did an Introduction to Ned Rig Fishing class, a "101 class", if you will, where you can learn about the best soft plastics, jig heads, line, rods, reels,
JT Kenney is on the water to talk about the tackle he uses and demonstrate how to fish the Mag Ned rig, which is an upscaled Ned rig, using the Nichols JT Magnum Ned Rig Jig Head. If you've ever wanted to
Bassmaster Classic Champion and angler-of-the-year bass tournament angler Mike "Ike" Iaconelli is talking about a hot new technique that's catching lots of hard-to-catch bass. The technique is spybaiting or fishing spybaits (also spelled "spy baiting" or "spy baits" or known as "spin baits" or "spinbaiting" in different circles). When Mike
Brian Latimer is here to tell you that all the best equipment and fishing execution will only get you so far, if you can't properly control your boat. There's a world of difference between bank fishing, or fishing from the back of the boat, and having to approach and maintain
The action you get from a spybait is like no other bait. At first, John Crews thought this Japanese import lures were no good, and told his friend they wouldn't catch fish. To be sure, John purchased a couple, just to test them out. It didn't take long for John
Mike "Ike" Iaconelli is on the water to do a demonstration of a hot finesse fishing technique called the chicken rig. This rig is unlike any other finesse rig. It has elements of several other techniques, namely the Neko rig, the shakey head techniques, but with decided advantages over both.
Fred Roumbanis joined The Bass University in Tulsa, Oklahoma to talk about his top 5 favorite ways to finesse fish for bass. Fred is mostly knows as a power fisherman who loves going after big bass with frogs and swimbaits. He laments that not all tournament finishes "in the money"
There are a lot of factors that can cause fish to be less active, and more susceptible to being caught using finesse fishing techniques. Situations like boat traffic, fishing pressure and weather, to name a few. Major League Fishing BPT tournament bass fisherman Mike Iaconelli is on the water in
The Ned rig is a great finesse fishing technique, but it excels in open water situations. What about when you want to fish a finesse technique like the Ned rig around vegetation and skip it around cover without getting hung up? Mike Iaconelli introduces a new finesse bass fishing technique developed
Bass tournament angler Chris Zaldain loves finesse fishing. One of the reasons is that it catches all kinds of bass, all species (including the commonly saught-after largemouth, smallmouth and spotted varieties) as well as all sizes. Chris shows a photo of a 12lb. largemouth he caught in California with a
If you want to catch more fish in tough conditions, but don't want to noodle around all day with 6lb line and a tiny worm, Aaron Martens has some suggestions for a nice compromise that will have your covering water quickly, potentially with baitcasting tackle, and catching bass that may