Professional bass fishing tournament angler Pete Gluszek is often leading or nearly leading BASS Open tournaments where big smallmouth abound. Recently he was also in the lead of the Northern Open on the James River (so he's no stranger to catching big largemouth either). In this 57-minute seminar, Pete Gluszek talks
Tips, tackle, and tech for targeting the true giants in the water. If you want to catch more trophy bass, this is the seminar for you!
Catching a giant smallmouth bass aka "Smallie" may be one of the most exciting things about bass fishing! Smallies are well known for being very aggressive and a blast to catch; they are also notorious for being difficult to locate from day to day. Consistently catching these big Smallmouths is
Mike Iaconelli's class on locating bass quickly and breaking down new bodies of water is one of the most important topics in bass fishing! Most anglers fish new bodies of water each year and all anglers have at least one thing in common, which is we all want to catch
Bassmaster Classic Champion Casey Ashley joined The Bass University for the first time in Gadsden, AL to teach a class on fishing bluffs. Not all bluffs are alike, some hold bass at different times of the year and you fish them differently. In this bass fishing class, Casey Ashley will
In this seminar, Mike "Ike" Iaconelli teaches you the secrets to locating and catching bass with crankbaits that have helped make him a top Bassmaster Elite Series tournament angler. In this 1 hour and 13 minute bass fishing instructional video, Iaconelli will help anglers answer the following questions:
What makes a
Fred Roumbanis will go through how to utilize crankbaits to their full effectiveness with advanced crankbait techniques.
Jason Christie joins The Bass University for another information bass fishing seminar. In this video, Jason Christie talks about breaking down a body of water. This focuses on a new body of water, but often applying these principles to places you fish all the time, to help break your pattern.
Swim jigs are great versatile baits that allow you to cover water and search for bass. Fred's swim jig techniques have accounted for many big bass in his livewell on the Bassmaster Elite Series and FLW Tour. A variety of tactics coupled with balanced tackle, will have you adding
Swimming Jigs is often a misunderstood technique! Fred ‘Boom-Boom’ Roumbanis has developed several tactics for these horizontal presentations, along with his Pepper Custom Signature Series Swim Jigs!
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 Classic Champion and angler-of-the-year bass tournament angler Mike "Ike" Iaconelli is talking about a hot new technique that's catching lots of hard-to-catch bass. The technique is spybaiting or fishing spybaits (also spelled "spy baiting" or "spy baits" or known as "spin baits" or "spinbaiting" in different circles). When Mike
As with most everything the G-Man does, he taught The Bass University's classroom how to keep their jig selection "SIMPLE". Following Gerald's approach to Jig Selection just might make life a whole lot easier! All together "G" guided the class through the "When, Where, and Which" jig to tie on
Fletcher Shryock will demonstrate how to pick apart and dissect heavy cover when flipping and pitching to elevate your fishing to the next level.