Bass Open tournament angler Pete "The Dean" Gluszek is talks about fishing and catching fish with a finesse crankabit. You may be asking yourself, "What is a finesse crankbait?". Mr. Gluszek explains that a finesse crankbait differs from a regular crankbait in that it usually has a tighter wobble, silent
For the first time presenting with The Bass University, Zona's Awesome Fishing Show host Mark Zona was in Kokomo, Indiana to talk about fishing docks differently. Mark Zona is an experienced bass angler, Bassmaster sportscaster/commentator/emcee and entertaining fishing show host. He's all about learning and consuming any information he can that
Our most popular piece from the 2018 Bassmaster Classic was Munenori Kajiwara talking about Japan Import Tackle. Pete Gluszek and Pat Renwick welcome Munenori back for the 2019 Bassmaster Classic with more imported Japanese secret baits for catching bass. Munenori bring everything from ultra-finesse, finesse fishing lures like you've never seen,
Bass tournament champion Dave Mansue joins Bass University TV on the water to talk about spybaits or spinbaits, however you refer to this finesse hard plastic subsurface bait. Dave Mansue started this tournament year on Lake Amistad, a deep clear water lake. In the past, Dave fished a dropshot, but
BASS Open champion and 2017 Bassmaster Classic angler Charlie Hartley has been fishing bass tournaments for a quarter of a decade. Between BASS and FLW, he's fished in nearly 350 bass fishing tournaments. In this video, Charlie Hartley shares his passion for fishing by talking about finess flipping.
Charlie grew up in
Finesse fishing guru Aaron Martens discusses how he uses finesse fishing gear and tackle with effective power fishing techniques to give the bass a natural looking presentation. These are dynamite tactics that Aaron relies on for catching a ton of bass, as can be seen from his performance on the
Chris Zaldain did well fishing Megabass Magdraft Swimbaits at the 2019 Bassmaster Classic, in fact, he weighed in the biggest bag of the week. The Magdraft is intended to get tournament-winning bites, it starts at 6 inches and goes up to 10". Learn lots of tips for
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
Pete Gluszek, The Dean of the Bass University, says that one of the most common questions he gets from anglers when guiding and students at Bass University classes is, "What fishing line should I use in different situations?". In this fishing instructional video, Pete discusses the different types of
Bryan Thrift returned to The Bass University in Gadsden, AL in January. Bryan Thrift is a top FLW bass tournament angler with over $2.5 million dollars in FLW tournament winnings. In this bass fishing class, Thrift is talking about finesse swimbaits. Learn how Thrift is going behind people and catching
MLF Bass Pro Tour professional bass fishing tournament angler Fred Roumbanis joined Pete Gluszek and Pat Renwick live at the 2019 Bassmaster Classic.
5:00 Fred Roumbanis introduces the Optimum Boom Boom Line-Thru Swimbait and talks about what makes it special and the sizes that
In this video, MLF bass fishing pro Fred Roumbanis joins Pete Gluszek to talk about the latest braided line developments from Cortland and share some tips for fishing a swimbait, including his ideal conditions for fishing them in open water and for fishing them around cover.
2:10 Fred Roumbanis's
Fresh off the Bassmaster Open win on the James River, we're releasing Mike Iaconelli's seminar from January 2019 on fishing micro jigs, like the Missile Jigs Ike's Micro Jig. Micro jigs are ultra finesse jigs that are usually fished on spinning tackle, and they
FLW bass fishing pro and Bassmaster Open angler JT Kenney begins the seminar by addressing a student's question about tannic water. JT fishes a lot of this water in Florida and shares with you his experience concerning color and bait selection for this blackish clear water, which is caused by