Bass tournament champion Dave Mansue joins Bass University TV on the water to talk about spybaits or spinbaits, however you refer to this finesse hard plastic subsurface bait. Dave Mansue started this tournament year on Lake Amistad, a deep clear water lake. In the past, Dave fished a dropshot, but
How, where, and when to use those great fish-catchers.
Jerkbait fishing is not just a winter and pre-spawn tactic, though it is great during those times. FLW pro John Hunter is hear to advocate the fishing of jerkbaits throughout the year, in every season. John Hunter will talk about what type of jerkbaits you want to use in each
Gerald Swindle had sort of a "burned out" moment a few years ago, he wasn't fishing as much because he loved it, and more time was being spent on business priorities. Gerald realized that he's always loved fishing, and that he wanted to make decisions that allowed him to "keep
Dave Mansue is on the water showing you how he sets up and operates his Humminbird Sonar units.
Mike Iaconelli is on the water explaining how he like to use a jerkbait, and why it drives bass into biting.
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
Fred Roumbanis is with "The Dean" Pete Gluszek on the lunker-bass-filled Lake El Salto with Anglers Inn. Fred is out demonstrating different ways to fish his topwater frog Stanford Baits Boom Boom Hollow Body Frog.
Walk-the-dog or side-to-side - Fred talks about the equipment
Have problems with rust stains on your expensive fishing plugs? Crankbaits, jerkbaits and other hard baits are expensive, and you don't want to toss them just because you got a little rain in your tackle box. In this video, Pete "The Dean of the Bass University" Gluszek shares a
Tournament bass fishing champion and guide Pete Gluszek introduces a crankbait he helped design, Pete's Quite Killer. Pete explains why this thin, silent, tight-wobbling crankbait is key when fishing gets tough. This shallow-running crankbait is great to fish in pressured waters around vegetation, blowdown trees, shallow docks and more.
Mark Zona, Bassmaster color commentator and host of "Zona's Awesome Fishing Show", returns to The Bass University for another on the water bass fishing instructional video. In this video, Mark talks about the tackle needed and how to fish the technique known as "cracking a tube".
Cracking a Tube Main Topics
Bassmaster Elite Series bass tournament angler Matt Lee is on the water to discuss strolling a technique that will help get crankbaits down much deeper than their designated depth range. Matt will discuss the limitations of the traditional chunk-n-wind approach to crankbait fishing. He disucsses how to use your trolling
Previously, bass tournament fishing angler Kevin Short talked about Tackle for Fishing Squarebill Crankbaits. Now, he's back on the water to talk about where and how to fish the bait.
Kevin Short begins by talking about targets, specifically, how he approaches laydowns. For instance, what he's
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are on the water talking about how to select a target when presented with a multitude of cover.