Tournament bass fishing anglers Mike "Ike" Iaconelli & Pete Gluszek welcome you to Bass University Basics. What is Bass University Basics? People are discovering bass fishing, and this program is to help you get started with the fundamentals. This program can help get a beginner up-to-speed on purchasing tackle, terminology,
Understanding the sonar electronics on your boat is an extremely important component to locating bass throughout the year. Tennessee's Ott DeFoe has a great amount of experience using electronics to locate bass and most importantly, he is one of the best instructors for teaching others about how they can
Based on water temperature changes throughout the year, Mark will explain the various cranking techniques and crankbait selection tips that are appropriate for the conditions that you face on a body of water.
John Crews is on a new lake that has no contour map. He's going to show you how he uses his electronics to determine the structure/contours and begin to identify the available cover. This particular lake is deep and clear and appears to have characteristics of a quarry lake. Because
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are live discussing Todd Faircloth's Grass Fishing and Josh Bertrand's School of Bass seminars.
Mike McClelland didn't grow up with boats and fancy equipment. He did a lot of bank fishing and that allowed him to experience some thing that give him some unique perspectives on river bass fishing. Mike got his first two top-level tournament wins on river systems, so his tips can
In this class, big bass specialist Ish Monroe, teaches about his best fishing techniques for catching big bass, with emphasis on using frog fishing techniques. He explains how using frog lures, spinnerbait, and crankbait will help you catch more big fish. Ish will offer advice on his recommended bass fishing
FLW's Lake Champlain Champion Casey Scanlon joins The Bass University to talk about his win and how he adjusted to falling water levels. Casey talks about what adjustments he made and the baits he fished to beat out the rest of the FLW tournament field.
Main Topics in this Falling Water
In the December, 2017 episode of Bass University Live, we welcome 2017 Bassmaster Classic champion Jordan Lee! This episode is dedicated to fishing jigs. Many tournaments are won with this bait, and lots of people swear by it as the go-to big fish/kicker fish bait. There's one problem for the
Todd Faircloth shares his strategies for understanding bass movements and positioning among various types of grass/ vegetation during the winter and spring of the year. Then, Todd describes each detail about his best tactics and baits for catching these big grass bass in cold water situations and when the
Frogs are well known for catching big bass and to Fred Roumbanis, frogs are the tool that have helped him climb the professional bass tournament ladder. Fred will discuss the proper tackle and gear, but you will also gain insight into how Fred chooses frogs to match other wildlife throughout
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.
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are on the water doing some early spring crankbait bass fishing. It's prespawn with changing water conditions that are keeping bass from moving onto the beds to spawn. Mike and Pete discuss the area they're fishing, which has milfoil, along with what baits they're
In this 45-minute bass fishing instructional video, BASS tournament anglers Fred "Boom Boom" Roumbanis and Pete Gluszek are down at Lake El Salto, a big fish paradise, on a trip hosted by Angler's Inn Fishing Resort. Fred is a master of fishing swimbaits for bass. Growing up,