BASS Open Champion Pete Gluszek will teach you how to catch spawning bass that you can't see. In this 16-minute on-the-water seminar, Pete Gluszek in the backwater areas of a river, where you might normally sight fish, but since the water is stained, he'll teach you how to blind fish
Power fishing vs. finesse presentation can be a tough decision on the water. In this 7-minute on-the-water bass fishing instructional video, Bassmaster Classic champion Mike "Ike" Iaconelli talks about how, even if a place looks like a great power fishing opportunity, there are situations where a finesse approach might be
John's Dropshot vs. Shaky Head class features an in-depth look at many situations where an angler needs to utilize either a dropshot or shaky head rig as a "numbers bait" to catch all of the bass in an area. John offers advice from his experiences to help anglers determine which
Michael Iaconelli (aka Ike), the 2003 Bassmaster Classic bass fishing tournament champion, new MLF Bass Pro Tour angler and host of "Fish My City" on Nat Geo WILD joins The Bass University TV on the water to talk about his emergency plan when a day of fishing is going off
Jamie Hartman is back with The Bass University to talk about fishing finesse jigs. A finesse jig is a very versatile bait that catches a lot of fish. Whether it's a smallmouth, largemouth or spotted bass, they will all bite a finesse jig. If you're looking for a great alternative
BASS Open champion and 2017 Bassmaster Classic angler Charlie Hartley has been fishing bass tournaments for a quarter of a decade. Between BASS and FLW, he's fished in nearly 350 bass fishing tournaments. In this video, Charlie Hartley shares his passion for fishing by talking about finess flipping.
Charlie grew up in
Lots of people ask professional bass fishing tourmanent champion Mike Iaconelli, "When should I switch from power fishing to finesse fishing techniques?". Power fishing is fishing baits fast, big heavy jigs in cover, winding and ripping big crankbait or spinnerbaits, etc. This is Ike's favorite way to fish. In this
Professional bass fishing tournament angler Ott Defoe joins the Bass University in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. Most anglers think of larger baits when they think about swimbaits. Ott Defoe categorizes small swimbaits as a bait that is 4" or less, and they can be deadly for catching bass.
Ott starts the seminar by
West Coast Bassmaster Elite Series Pro angler John Murray discusses catching big smallmouth. On some bodies of water, they're the most fun to catch, and in a tournament situation on those bodies of water, the best chance you have at winning. John talks about the specifics of his favorite baits
Kurt Dove is an accomplished BASS and FLW tournament angler and Lake Amistad fishing guide. Today, he's on the water to discuss a little rig that catching lots of bass. It's called the Ned rig. This simple finesse lure is great for fishing clear water and pressured/innactive bass. In this
Brandon explains his game plan for how to use crankbaits during all seasons of the year to locate and catch big bass.
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
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
Jamie Hartman fishes the Bassmaster Elite Series and is a master at fishing finesse baits, as evidened by top finishes on some pressured clear lakes on the 2017 tournament trail. In this on the water video, Hartman talks about one of the most popular finesse techniques, the dropshot (or drop