Bassmaster Elite Series angler Lee Livesay joins Bass University hosts Pete Gluszek and Greg DiPalma on this episode of Bass University LIVE. On this show, we'll be discussing how to locate and how to fish offshore structure for bass. So get ready to learn about using your electronics and maps
Bassmaster Classic champion Ott Defoe was in Gadsden, AL to share his knowledge of marine electronics technologies like side imaging & 360 imaging. Ott Defoe uses the Humminbird Helix 12 CHIRP G3 Sonar with MEGA down imaging, MEGA side imaging and
Brian Latimer is back on the water with The Bass University to teach you how to fish a jigging spoon. Lots of anglers aren't familiar with or have never fished a jigging spoon. Brian grew up fishing this bait and has a lot of confidence in its ability to catch
Coming off a big win on Lake Fork in the 2020 Bassmaster Texas Fest, Patrick Walters joins The Bass University to talk about how he uses Humminbird, Garmin & Lowrance electronics in his tournament fishing. Specifically, Walters focuses on Garmin Panoptix LiveScope forward-facing sonar and
Bassmaster Classic bass fishing tournament champion Mark Davis joins The Bass University in Gadsden, Alabama to talk about deep water structure fishing. Some anglers get structure and cover confused. Structure is the bottom contour, the makeup of the bottom, which can best be represented with contour lines on a map.
Gerald Swindle is a 2x Bassmaster Angler-of-the-Year who, in 2019, switched to fishing the MLF Bass Pro Tour. Gman lives on Guntersville and has spent a fair amount of time fishing for bass on ledges. In this informative and entertaining 1 hour and 8 minute bass fishing class seminar, Gerald
Kevin VanDam shares well over an hour of crankbait fishing secrets! KVD is arguably the greatest tournament angler, and perhaps the best cranker in bass fishing history. Bassmaster Elite Series champion Kevin VanDam owes a great deal of his tournament success to fishing a crankbait. KVD believes in paying attention to detail,
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
Canadian angler Jeff "Gussy" Gustafson recently won the Bassmaster Elite Series tournament on the Tennessee River. He joined us on 3/2/21 to discuss "moping", which isn't just a Damiki rig, as well as Humminbird electronics and how Gussy uses Aqua-Vu underwater viewing cameras.
Recent Bassmaster Elite Series Lake Eufaula and Major League Fishing Kissimmee Chain bass fishing tournament champions Buddy Gross and Jordan Lee join The Bass University LIVE! to talk discuss offshore bass fishing and their recent tournament wins.
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John Crews is on a new lake that has no contour map. He's going to show you how he uses his electronics to determine the structure/contours and begin to identify the available cover. This particular lake is deep and clear and appears to have characteristics of a quarry lake. Because
Miles Burghoff (aka "Sonar"), a 2019 FLW Tour pro and Bass University alumni, joins Pete Gluszek and Pat Renwick. Miles, as of April 29th, 2019, is leading the FLW Tour points race, having finished in the top 50 in all 5 events, to-date. One thing Miles is known for is
Major League Fishing bass tournament pro Brent Ehrler, who has been featured in 2 of our most popular Bass University classes, Sonar Bass Fishing and Catching Bass with Sonar Electronics, joins host Pete Gluszekt to talk about fishing the neko rig. Brent shares
In this remastered electronics bass fishing seminar class video, Greg Hackney shares how electronics are just as important in shallow water as anywhere else on the lake. Sure, you can put your rod in the water to see how deep it is, but your electronics can tell you so much