Recent MLF bass fishing tournament winner Skeet Reese joins The Bass University to talk about a technique largely attributed to being invented and developed by Dee Thomas, a West Coast angler. That technique is flipping. Skeet talks about learning to flip on the California Delta, and how intimidating Dee Thomas
Bass University TV instructor Bobby Lane is back on the water in this 18-minutes tutorial video to demonstrate a tachnique that he's mastered, which is flipping & pitching heavy cover for big bass! In a previous class, he talked about Flipping Tackle for Beginners & Pros, where he covers the equipment
Bobby Lane is known for flipping heavy cover with big tungsten weights, but in any given day, there are lots of flipping and pitching targets that do and don't require heavy punching weights. Even within a stretch of water you intend to punch in your day on the water, there
Professional bass tournament fishing angler James Elam is back to talk about fishing shallow cover, primarily flipping and pitching jigs and creature baits, but also testing the waters with a spinnerbait and a topwater frog.
The first thing he's going to do is discuss how he approaches the cover. Learn tips
2019 Bassmaster Elite Series rookie Garrett Paquette joins The Bass University to talk about flipping grass. Garrett finished 2nd at Lake Fork earlier this year and caught over 100lbs. of bass!
0:15 Garrett Paquette introduction and 2019 Bassmaster Elite Series Tour
2:11 Fishing milfoil
3:00 What depth
Wes Logan is a Bassmaster Elite Series tournament angler with a lot of experience fishing grass at Lake Guntersville. Recently the grass composition has been changing and eelgrass is a more pervasive species, overtaking the milfoil. Wes Logan shares his thoughts on why the eelgrass is taking hold and staying
Any time Greg Hackney isn't up in a tree stand, he likes to be fishing bushes. It can be great habitat for bass from January through the start of deer hunting season. In this bass fishing instructional seminar video, Hack Attack breaks down pre spawn through the summer in two
Bass fishing pro Mike "ike" Iaconelli talks about fishing visible cover, including tips on:
Using water clarity to determine how to approach the cover
How to approach cover based on light conditions and light penetration into the water
How to fish cover based on the seasonal activity level of the fish
Demonstration of flipping
Ish will walk you through the proper rigging techniques and presentation tactics required to properly flip and pitch baits into heavy cover. Ish's techniques will help catapult your "Dropping Bombs" technique for ultimate positive productivity; revealing all of the tricks and tactics that trigger BIG BASS!
In this bass fishing instructional video seminar on flipping & pitching, Randall Tharp discusses the mechanics and places to conduct your business in-depth. Learn the proper way to pitch, not scare off fish, get bites and set the hook. Randall Tharp goes on to talk about areas he targets with
Bobby Lane is a Elite Series professional bass tournament angler and first-time on-the-water Bass University instructor. Bobby has won well over $1m in BASS tournaments, including an Elite Series win. He's also made 10 Bassmaster Classic appearances, as of the time of this writing. An impressive resume. On top of
Bassmaster Elite Series bass fishing tournament angler James Elam is talking about flipping and pitching cover. These techniques (also known as flippin' and pitchin') can be done in a variety of locations, not just shallow or muddy waters, though that's what most people invision, par.ticularly with flipping. James starts by talking
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are live discussing Randall Tharp's Flipping and Pitching, and Todd Faircloth's Grass Fishing classes.
Gerald Spohrer begins by about why he thinks so many top-level bass fishing tournament anglers come from Gonzales, Louisiana. Primarily though, Gerald is talking about flipping and bushes, particularly how fish uses the bushes from pre-spawn through the spawn. Gerald discusses how the bass will hold around the bushes, when they