Bassmaster Classic champion and Angler-of-the-Year Mike "Ike" Iaconelli discusses the swim worming/speed worming power fishing technique.
Swim Worming Part 1:
The Speed Worm Technique
Mike demonstrates the retrieve, presentation and how to make variations for a natural presentation to elicit strikes from big bass. Iaconelli also shares his favorite times to fish the
Bass University co-founder and BASS tournament champion, Mike "Ike" Iaconelli is on the water to talk about casting spoons, like the Johnson Silver Minnow Spoon. When conditions are tough or the baitfish are small, the casting spoon can be dynamite. In this 18-minute video, Mike covers
Bass fishing tournament champion Mike "Ike" Iaconelli is on the water to conduct a 3rd and final on the water seminar about topwater lures, specifically prop baits, poppers and walking baits, which Mike introduced in the Topwater Lures seminar. In his second seminar, Iaconelli talks about Topwater Rods, Reels & Line.
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
Pete "The Dean" Gluszek is back on the water to tell you how to handle rising waters.
Bass fishing tournament champion Mike Iaconelli is on the water about a secret bait and technique being used to catch big bass. Known as "flutter spoon fishing" or "structure spoon fishing", this technique of fishing a large cupped spoon is used to fish mid-to-deep depths.
Flutter Spoon Fishing - Part 1
Do you want to catch less pressured bass fishing offshore ledges? In this 53-minute bass fishing instructional video, Bassmaster Elite Series bass tournament angler Mike "Ike" Iaconelli talks about fishing ledges. Ike will cover the following:
What are ledges and what causes them?
What seasons are the best for ledge fishing?
Pete Gluszek is on the water to show you how to identify spawning areas, and utilize this knowledge to intercept bass on the way to, and at the spawning beds.
Not all bass do the same thing all the time. You can catch a bass on a topwater near the bank, then drive out to 50 feet and catch another one. Bass do have a tendancy to migrate toward deeper water at certain times of the year and that's what
Elite Series bass fishing tournament angler, MLF World Champion and recent Bassmaster Open Champion Bobby Lane is back on his home waters of Kissimmee to talk more about worm fishing. Primarily, this video covers the Berkley Powerbait Maxscent Kingtail Worm (which is a curly
Bassmaster Elite Series tournament bass angler Adrian Avena is on the water to discuss the neko rig, one of his favorite fishing techniques for high pressure situations. Adrian discusses the rod, reel, line, soft plastic, hook and weight to use when fishing the neko rig for bass, including the
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
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are on the water talking about how to select a target when presented with a multitude of cover.
Are you looking for a fun and exciting way to catch bass? Professional bass tournament angler Mike Iaconelli recommends you try a topwater lure. These baits sit on top of the water, attract fish and often elicit violent strikes. Not sure what topwater bait to use? In this video, Iaconelli