Wood you like to catch bass in the wood like John Crews? Check out this 53 minute in-depth seminar from a 2016 Bass University class in Ohio. In this bass fishing instructional seminar, John Crews answers the following questions:
What baits should I fish around various depths and types
Bassmaster Elite Series tournament champion Jamie Hartman was in Tulsa, OK in early 2020 to teach a bass fishing instructional seminar class on his tournament strategy. Jamie won two Elite Series tournaments in 2019, and most years he finishes near the top of the angler-of-the-year points. Jamie's tournament approach reflects
One of the most important decisions to make when fishing, which often determines to tournament wins or losses, is the decision of when to stay and when to leave. In this on the water bass fishing instructional video tournament anglers Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek will discuss:
Positive fishing conditions
Carl Jocumsen didn't become an Elite angler because of blind luck. He had to put fish in the boat. In this class Carl shares his best tips for landing fish, a topic that is rarely talked about but vital to fishing success. Much is talked about getting fish to bite,
Topwater magician Bernie Schultz offers an incredibly in-depth look at fishing with walking baits, poppers, prop baits, and buzzbaits.
Swimming Jigs is often a misunderstood technique! Fred ‘Boom-Boom’ Roumbanis has developed several tactics for these horizontal presentations, along with his Pepper Custom Signature Series Swim Jigs!
Recent Central Open winner and Bassmaster Classic qualifier Cliff Crochet talks about an important aspect of catching bass, the hookset. Cliff will talk about executing proper hooksets while answering the following questions:
What equipment (rod) should I be using to get a good hookset?
Where should my rod be positioned to be
Gary Klein has decades of bass fishing experience, but he started with 1 spinning rod, a small tackle box and 3 lures. Over the years, he has learned new techniques and learned to employ new tools to aid his God-given ability to catch fish. In this bass fishing class seminar
In this seminar, George Cochran gives you his tip and tricks on how to use the wacky-rig worm effectively.
During the summer months, the bass fishing can often be red hot as bass feed aggressively throughout the day and night. However, there are also times when the fishing gets tough due to fishing pressure, high water temperatures, and a lake-wide party on the lake with pleasure boaters! Ish Monroe
Pete Gluszek will help you understand the latest innovations in electronics such as side scan, down scan, and much more. Pete will also offer advice for utilizing 2d and traditional sonar units.
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.
Bryan will walk you through the when, where's and how's to hop and pop his favorite topwater the Damiki Air Frog.
Whether you want to earn more paychecks at tournaments or just want to consistently catch more big bass on your fishing trips, Ish will walk you through his best tips, tactics, and techniques that will help you increase the number of quality bass on the end of your line.