Mike McClelland is a successful bass fishing tournament angler. In this 44-minute video, he will teach you the versatility of spinnerbaits and buzzbaits. These lures were mainstays 20+ years ago in tournament bass fishing, in some ways, have lost popularity with the success of swimbaits, swim jigs, vibrating jigs (chatterbaits)
Cranking is one of the most effective ways to catch aggressive, feeding frenzy bass after the spawn is over. Davy Hite is an expert of catching these post spawn bass on crankbaits and he will discuss the best baits, how to locate the bass, and more tips for capitalizing
JT Kenney is a veteran Bass University instructor, as well as being a veteran FLW pro angler with 4 wins and 45 top 10 finishes in that circuit alone, along with more wins and top 10 finishes in BASS. JT is known for fishing down in Florida, but he grew up in
Why does BASS Open champion Pete Gluszek love the fall? Firstly, less fishing pressure! People are out hunting, back in school and preparing for the holidays, which means fewer anglers out trying to catch bass. Also, fish are moving and feeding up. In this video, Pete will answer the following
Catching big bass during the spawn is a strong strength of Jacob Powroznik. He even won a Bassmaster Elite Series event during 2014 on Toledo Bend with sight-fishing tactics. Jacob describes common scenarios, recommends his best baits, and reveals bed fishing secrets to help you catch more fish during the
Professional bass fishing tournament angler Ott Defoe joins the Bass University in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. Most anglers think of larger baits when they think about swimbaits. Ott Defoe categorizes small swimbaits as a bait that is 4" or less, and they can be deadly for catching bass.
Ott starts the seminar by
In this 49-minute bass fishing educational video seminar, Bassmaster Elite Series tournament angler and recent Bass Open champion Mike McClelland talks about catching fish in cold winter conditions. McCleland talks about the importanct of safety, warmth and overall preparedness for cold weather fishing. Mike discusses the advances in electronics and what
Lots of folks think of cold water, winter and early spring fishing when they think about fishing jerkbaits for bass. Kurt Dove is hear to dispell the myth that these hardbaits are only for those cold water lethargic bass. Dove explains that jerkbaits excel in clear water situations. In this
2019 Bassmaster Classic champion Ott Defoe joins Rizz from The Bass University to answer 5 (or more) questions about his bass fishing career. Ott also shares some advice on becoming a tournament professional and breaking down a new body of water that you've never fished before.
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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
Pete Gluszek and Fred Roumbanis are back at El Salto to talk about fishing shallow water habitat. The two bass tournament anglers talk about different types of shallow water cover, from grass, standing timber, rock banks and more. Pete and Fred share their thoughts on what types of baits to
Swimbaits are well known for being one of the best BIG BASS baits. Learning more about swimbait tactics is also a great way to take your bass fishing skill-set to the next level! Swimbaits have helped Adrian Avena go from a true bass fishing beginner to a successful FLW
Mike Iaconelli is winter fishing and in a cold front with high pressure. Some of the worst conditions you can face. 45 degree water temperature and cold winter air temperature driving it down further can make for a tough day of bass fishing.
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The Bass University welcomes 2019 Bassmaster Classic Champion Ott Defoe to our classes in Gadsden, AL in the winter of 2020. Ott loves to fish the prespawn and his favorite tools are crankbaits. In this bass fishing educational class seminar, Defoe talks about the differences in lipless and diving crankbaits