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.
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.
1:13 Where do
In 2018 one of Mark Zona's beloved friends shared his Braided Line Treble Hook Trick on The Bass University TV. In turn, Mark has chosen to share one of his friend's secret rigs for catching bass, and it's an alternative to the Ned rig, perhaps even
Mike Iaconelli is on the water explaining what he likes in a crankbait rod for each situation he is in.
If you follow tournament bass fishing, you know that a lot of tournaments are won fishing tailraces (the area just below a hydroelectric dam). You may wonder what attracts bass to this area, why bass are easier to target in tailraces, or how pros catch bass and win tournaments in
MLF pro Wesley Strader is on the water with The Bass University to talk about skipping baits under cover. He talks about the tackle he uses, including various baits and demonstrates how to skip baits under cover (like docks).
0:51 Tackle for skipping baits under cover
Bassmaster Elite Series bass fishing tournament champion Mike "Ike" Iaconelli talks about one of his favorite lures for catching post-spawn and summer bass, the swim jig. Mike used a swim jig to win a Federation National tournament early in his career, 1998, on the Red River. Mike loves fishing swim
Pete Gluszek is talking to Dave Mansue about winning the 2009 Bassmaster Open on the Upper Chesapeake.
Bassmaster Elite Series bass tournament angler Matt Lee is on the water to discuss strolling a technique that will help get crankbaits down much deeper than their designated depth range. Matt will discuss the limitations of the traditional chunk-n-wind approach to crankbait fishing. He disucsses how to use your trolling
How many times have you see birds diving in a feeding frenzy on your home lake? In this video, filmed in the early spring on Lake Hartwell, Brian Latimer spots some bass schooling on threadfin shad. B-Lat discusses how Hartwell is perceived as a blueback herring lake, and how that
Pete Gluszek is on the water for Bass University talking about basics for beginners. Previously, Pete was fishing in a small pond, talking about locating bass from the bank in a pond or small lake. In this video, Pete is out on
What are wake baits? Bass fishing tournament angler Mike "Ike" Iaconelli describes them as a cross between a topwater and a diving crankbait. In this 15-minute bass fishing video, Iaconelli will discuss the different types of wake baits (including the Rapala DT Fat, Mann's
Rip rap, boulders, pea gravel, bluffs and rocks are a very important in bass fishing, as bass and their food sources often relate to various types of rocks throughout the year. Listen closely to this class from Ott DeFoe, as he helps anglers understand how to locate key rock
Bassmaster Elite Series bass fishing tournament pro Jamie Hartman is back on the water to talk about a killer smallmouth technique using a jig he helped design. The bait is called a Riot Baits Lil' Creeper Jig. In this 13-minute instructional video, Jamie discusses the equipment