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
Aaron Martens analyzes water temperature and its affect on bass movements/ behavior. Most importantly, Aaron will discuss water temperature changes and what you can do to make the correct adjustment in order to catch more bass.
Many anglers only fish jerkbaits in the spring and fall, this is a huge mistake! Mark will show you how to fish jerkbaits all year long by analyzing water temperatures, various jerkbaits, and retrieves, and more.
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:
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Gerald has seen tough times throughout his life, as we all do. He will share how he was able to find success after re-arranging priorities and making life more enjoyable on and off the water! Gerald's class on developing a Positive Mental Attitude (PMA) is full of eye-opening information and
One of our most popular presenters, "Dollar" Bill Lowen, is back with The Bass University in Kokomo, Indiana to talk about seasonal shallow water cranking. Bill grew up fishing the rivers, and most of the fish were shallow by necessity all year long. Bill Lowen wants to share with Bass
One of the most important thing about winning fishing tournaments is the mental aspect. Particularly at the top level of tournament fishing, all the competitors have strong fundamental bass fishing skills, so what separates the guys that are just competing from the guys that are consistantly cutting checks and finishing
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)
Pete Gluszek, the Dean of the Bass University welcomes FLW professional tournament angler Brandon Cobb. They talk about targeting largemouth or spots, and how the seasonal change separates the two species. Lake Hartwell also has a couple of types of grass right now, and Brandon shares why it's there and
Gary Klein covers different types of environments in which the fish live during each season. Gary then instructs about his top approaches to each situation.
Todd Faircloth shares his strategies for understanding bass movements and positioning among various types of grass/ vegetation during the winter and spring of the year. Then, Todd describes each detail about his best tactics and baits for catching these big grass bass in cold water situations and when the
Be sure to also check out Fall Seasonal Transition & Baits! Pete Gluszek talks about the fall transition in regards to bass that have related to grass all summer. Pete talks about where the bass go when the grass starts to die and what targets to fish.
FLW bass fishing tournament pro Wesley Strader grew up on the Tennessee River, learning to be wood-wise (being aware of what different seasons and events in nature can tell you). In this 44-minute bass fishing instructional video, Strader will share a lifetime of tips, tactics, techniques and secrets for how
Jason Christie will identify factors that trigger the movement of bass from winter patterns and discuss staging areas on various bodies of water. Jason will also break down his four favorite power tactics for catching giant bass during the pre-spawn phase: jerkbaits, spinnerbaits/ bladed jigs, swimbaits, and jigs.