Bassmaster Classic bass fishing tournament champion Mark Davis joins The Bass University in Gadsden, Alabama to talk about deep water structure fishing. Some anglers get structure and cover confused. Structure is the bottom contour, the makeup of the bottom, which can best be represented with contour lines on a map.
For the new year, we've got some information that will help you start off 2019 on the right foot. We're re-releasing this special 1-piece digitally-remastered high definition version of the original "Positive Mental Attitude" (PMA) class by Gerald Swindle. Improve your bass fishing and improve your overall quality of life
Deep diving crankbaits are a very important tool for catching bass relating to deep cover and structure such as ledges, points, brush piles, roadbeds and more. Deep cranking is a major strength for Elite Series pro John Crews and in this class you will learn in-depth information from John about
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
Bassmaster Classic Champion Davy Hite uses cranking to cover water and find bass fast! In this class, Davy offers advice for anglers of all skill levels and he explains the tactics and tips that have helped him consistently catch big bass throughout his career.
MLF Bass Pro Tour angler Gerald Swindle joined The Bass University in Gadsden, AL the weekend of January 19th, 2019 to teach an hour-long in-depth class on flipping & pitching grass. Gerald Swindle, aside from being one of our most requested instructors, is a 2-time BASS Elite Series angler of the year,
Jacob provides information on his best power tactics for catching aggressive bass feeding heavily after the spawn. However, he also dives-in to the infamous "Post-Spawn Funk" to offer his best advice for catching finicky bass that are often very difficult to catch.
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
Gerald has seen tough times throughout his life, as we all do. He will share how he was able to find success after re-arranging priorities and making life more enjoyable on and off the water! Gerald's class on developing a Positive Mental Attitude (PMA) is full of eye-opening information and
When the water temperatures begin to rise in the early spring, cranking can be one of the best techniques for covering water and catching the big female bass that are on their migration to the spawning areas. Pete Gluszek will share his best tactics and crankbaits for catching these fat
During the summer months, the bass fishing can often be red hot as bass feed aggressively throughout the day and night. However, there are also times when the fishing gets tough due to fishing pressure, high water temperatures, and a lake-wide party on the lake with pleasure boaters!
Aaron Martens analyzes water temperature and its affect on bass movements/ behavior. Most importantly, Aaron will discuss water temperature changes and what you can do to make the correct adjustment in order to catch more bass.
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
Bassmaster Angler-of-the-Year Aaron Martens joins The Bass University to talk about cranking with high speed reels. When Aaron was just getting started in fishing, a 5:1 gear ratio was considered fast, then there were 6.3:1 reels and it took a while to get into 7:1 and now 8.5:1 reels. Aaron