Professional bass fishing anglers Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek answer the following Bass University TV subscriber questions:
What are your favorite vibrating jig trailors?
How do you select the best polarized lens color for fishing?
What is the most important thing you carry in your boat?
How do you choose when to fish casting
FLW Lake Seminole champion Brian Latimer joins The Bass University to talk about rigging Elaztech baits (like Z-man soft plastics). These baits are known for being flexible and durable, and Brian has some tips to help you get the most out of your Elaztech soft
Professional tournament bass angler Kevin VanDam (KVD), takes The Bass University TV on the water to talk about how he gets the most out of his Humminbird sonar electronics. In this bass fishing on the water class video, Kevin locates some prime areas using his Lakemaster maps,
Mike Iaconelli talks about how to elicit reaction strikes from bass while fishing crankbaits around grass and other submerged aquatic vegetation. In this on the water bass fishing video, Ike is explaining his most effective ways to work crankbaits through grass. He is fishing a Rapala DT
Keep up with the latest trends with the dropshot technique with Shaw Grigsby. As can be seen with several Major League Fishing pro anglers, dropshotting as evolved into a powerful technique for catching inactive fish in shallow water, even around heavy cover.
Mike Iaconelli is on the water explaining how he like to use a jerkbait, and why it drives bass into biting.
Mike Iaconelli's new adventure fishing show premieres Friday, Oct. 12, 2018 at 10/9c on Nat Geo Wild. See more details on Fish My City at mikeiaconelli.com.
Kurt Dove is an accomplished BASS and FLW tournament angler and Lake Amistad fishing guide. Today, he's on the water to discuss a little rig that catching lots of bass. It's called the Ned rig. This simple finesse lure is great for fishing clear water and pressured/innactive bass. In this
Mark Zona return to The Bass University on the water to talk about when to use a walking pencil-style topwater bait (like the Megabass Dog-X Diamante) vs a topwater chugger or popper (like a Strike King HC KVD Splash Popper).
Bass fishing tournament champion Pete Gluszek talks about fishing in changing conditions, which Mike Iaconelli calls "fishing the moment". Pete shares some of the adjustments that he makes in changing conditions, particularly in water clarity. Pete talks about baits and where to fish in freshly muddy water, and how to
Mike Iaconelli is on the water talking about vibrating jigs. When, where and how to throw them to be the most effective.
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
John Crews is back on the water with Bass University TV. In a previous video, John talked about the Tackle for Fishing a Punchshot or Tokyo Rig. In this video, should you choose to fish this rig, John Crews will show you
Gerald Swindle places well in many tournaments, and often he's noted as having been "junk fishing" in the event. When you're not really "On 'em", but you need to catch 5 bass, that's when junk fishing can really come in handy. In this bass fishing class, you will learn: