Bass Fishing Videos:
The percentage triangle is Brandon Palaniuk’s concept for how to locate high percentage areas where the bass are likely to be based on the season and water temperature. The next time you study a lake map, you will be able to utilize the percentage triangle to locate big bass for
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
JT will walk you through the subtle differences of flipping and pitching in grass mats, that can be the difference in cashing a check and going home empty handed.
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
Greg Hackney provides an in-depth presentation of how he uses sonar and GPS electronics to locate bass in shallow water, deep water, and among various types of cover and structure. Greg also explains the details of the latest innovations in sonar such as side imaging, down imaging, key settings,
Winning is a very difficult accomplishment to achieve in bass fishing. Ish will share the decisions, tactics, and tips that have helped him seal the deal numerous times from club level events to winning BIG on the Bassmaster Elite Series.
Recent Central Open winner and Bassmaster Classic qualifier Cliff Crochet talks about an important aspect of catching bass, the hookset. Cliff will talk about executing proper hooksets while answering the following questions: What equipment (rod) should I be using to get a good hookset? Where should my rod be positioned to be
When the water temperatures get hot, the bass fishing can cool down. Pete Gluszek discusses the techniques that he often uses to trigger strikes from lethargic summer bass. Pete also covers effective patterns that dominate summer time conditions including: feeder creek patterns, docks, ledges, matted vegetation, and topwater triggers.
Mike Iaconelli explains why vibrating jigs have become a key lure choice for many situations throughout the year. He will look at picking the right vibrating jig, where and when to throw them, retrieve techniques, trailer selection and correct gear choice.
Finesse fishing guru Aaron Martens discusses how he uses finesse fishing gear and tackle with effective power fishing techniques to give the bass a natural looking presentation. These are dynamite tactics that Aaron relies on for catching a ton of bass, as can be seen from his performance on the
Fred Roumbanis describes scenarios of fishing matted vegetation and offers advice for when to target the bass with either a frog or with flipping jigs and soft plastics. Fred also discusses when and how the bass will use the matted vegetation for cover and to ambush baitfish.
Knoxville, Tennessee's Ott DeFoe has a talent for locating/ catching bass in river systems and also up the feeder creeks and rivers on lakes. Ott analyzes when, where, and how to find bass "up river". He also breaks down his best methods for catching these fish.
In this seminar, Mike looks at the hottest new trending fitness techniques sweeping across the country. Mike dissects the Neko Rig, the Ned Rig, The Backslide, and the Finesse Swimbaiting. He also analyzes all of the equipment, rigging, and presentation methods along with describing when and where to throw each
Fred Roumbanis joined The Bass University in Tulsa, Oklahoma to talk about his top 5 favorite ways to finesse fish for bass. Fred is mostly knows as a power fisherman who loves going after big bass with frogs and swimbaits. He laments that not all tournament finishes "in the money"
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FLW Tour bass fishing tournament pro Scott Suggs has won nearly $2m on tour, including a $1m 2007 Forrest Wood Cup win on Lake Ouachita. Now he's joining the Bass University to talk about how he won that event, fishing for suspended bass. What do you do when the fishing
Are you tired of soaking your lure in the same tired spot, hoping to scrounge up a limit in your bass fishing tournament? Bryan Thrift thinks it may be time for you to get your foot on the gas and run & gun your way to bigger bass, tageting actively
Even as hunting season begins, a lot of outdoorsmen are still on the hunt for transitioning bass. In this seasonal bass fishing instructional video, former Bassmaster Classic Champion and Angler-of-the-Year Mike Iaconelli takes a look at fall bass fishing techniques and explains how to pattern bass during the fall. Iaconelli compares