Are you looking for a fun and exciting way to catch bass? Professional bass tournament angler Mike Iaconelli recommends you try a topwater lure. These baits sit on top of the water, attract fish and often elicit violent strikes. Not sure what topwater bait to use? In this video, Iaconelli
Mike Iaconelli joins The Bass University to talk about one of the most exciting parts about bass fishing, hooking and landing the fish. You've fished the lure, you've gotten the bite, what do you do next? Mike is here to talk about how to set the hook, how to fight
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
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are on Toledo Bend in the spring, with water temperatures in the 60s, with the water falling and a cold front moving in. The fish are moving to the bank, but because of the dropping water, and cooler weather, they aren't locking onto beds.
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In this full 1hr+ punch shot bass fishing instructional video, Mike "Ike" Iaconelli goes into detail about how to rig, and fish the punch shot rig (also called the jika rig). Iaconelli shares about his trip to Japan, where he was introduced to the hybrid technique "punch shotting". Ike talks
Tournament bass fishing anglers Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are on the water explaining how they like to breakdown docks. Pete discusses how to approach docks differently based on their construction and how he approaches floating docks. Mike talks about what areas to target first, what parts to
Feel overwhelmed when selecting a fishing line? Mike "Ike" Iaconelli breaks down the different types of fishing lines: monofilament, fluorocarbon and braided line. He talks about the characteristics of the different types of fishing of line. In this video, you will learn the pros and cons of fishing each type of
Mike Iaconelli is back on the water telling you how to fishing around cover. Whether your fishing logs, branches, bridges or grass Ike will walk you through how to pick that visible cover apart.
Lots of people ask professional bass fishing tourmanent champion Mike Iaconelli, "When should I switch from power fishing to finesse fishing techniques?". Power fishing is fishing baits fast, big heavy jigs in cover, winding and ripping big crankbait or spinnerbaits, etc. This is Ike's favorite way to fish. In this
Mike Iaconelli has been challenged to go out in early winter cold front conditions and catch a 5 bass limit in 2 hours. Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek streamed this on the water live on November 14th, 2018 on a Northeastern US lake. The lake has cold, relatively-clear water and
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Mike "Ike" Iaconelli and Pete "The Dean" Gluszek welcome everyone to the live show. They talk about great specials going on in the month of October, 2017 for PRO subscribers, including 20% off Flambeau tackle boxes, Rapala
An advanced look from Mike McClelland at the most cutting-edge tactics and techniques for hardbait fishing from the pre-spawn up to the spawning phase.
What are highland reservoirs, and how do I catch bass in them? Primarily, highland reservoirs are characterized by their deep, clear water with steep banks, which are often composed of rock, like Cherokee Lake. In this bass fishing instructional video, Bassmaster tournament fisherman Ott Defoe will help you build a
Professional bass fishing tournament angler Aaron Martens was relatively early to adopt finesse fishing techniques. He fishes them with tournament-winning results and consistency that has won him 3 angler-of-the-year titles. He believes that the drop shot and rhino head (the