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
Professional bass tournament anglers Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek break down the typical main lake point and talk about what makes up a sweet spot (current, contour, bottom composition, etc.), where fish will group together and feed. Since Ike and Pete catch several fish in one specific area, it's important
Pete Gluszek is back on the water, after launching is boat and having a great day on the water fishing, he's ready to put his boat back on the trailer. Pete is headed into the marina and talks about everything from "no wake zones" to avoiding damage to your boat.
Forward facing sonar, like the new Humminbird Mega Live Imaging or comparable electronics from Lowrance & Garmin, are changing the sport of fishing. This technology is being used for all type of fish, but tournament bass fishing is one area where it's making the biggest impact. Scanning structure
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
In this on the water bass fishing class, Major League Fishing pro angler Bryan Thrift is out on a clear water lake with spotted bass talking about fishing a Damiki Rig Underspin Head. This is a great technique for fishing for suspended bass. Thrift begins
Mike Iaconelli is on the water showing everyone how he breaks down an area and makes it smaller and smaller until he narrows it down onto the "sweet spot."
Mike Iaconelli is back on the water telling you how to fishing around cover. Whether your fishing logs, branches, bridges or grass Ike will walk you through how to pick that visible cover apart.
Professional tournament bass angler Kevin VanDam (KVD), takes The Bass University TV on the water to talk about how he gets the most out of his Humminbird sonar electronics. In this bass fishing on the water class video, Kevin locates some prime areas using his Lakemaster maps,
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.
Mark Zona return to The Bass University on the water to talk about when to use a walking pencil-style topwater bait (like the Megabass Dog-X Diamante) vs a topwater chugger or popper (like a Strike King HC KVD Splash Popper).
Bass fishing tournament champion Mike "Ike" Iaconelli is on the water to conduct a 3rd and final on the water class about topwater lures, specifically prop baits, poppers and walking baits, which Mike introduced in the Topwater Lures class. In his second class, Iaconelli talks about Topwater Rods, Reels
Gerald Swindle is one of our top instructors at The Bass University. His combination of fishing knowledge and wit make for an enjoyable learning experience. Gerald Swindle loves to fish a jig, particularly a ball head jig, but there are other great ways to catch bass. In
We're not sure if it's a "punchshot" or a "punch shot", but it's sometimes called a "Jika Rig", and it catches bass! Mike Iaconelli shares what he learned about this hot technique from his recent fishing trip to Japan with Morizo Shimizu. In this 23-minute bass fishing instructional video, Bassmaster