Recent Bassmaster Open bass fishing tournament champion Bobby Lane is back with Bass University TV to talk about straight tail worms vs. curly tail worms. Lots of people ask, "When do I fish a straight worm instead of a curly-tail worm?" or "How do I choose when to fish a
Bass fishing tournament champion Ish Monroe is talking about flipping in heavily pressured lakes in this 56-minute fishing instructional how-to seminar. Ish Monroe has been fishing professionally for about 2 decades and qualified for 10 Bassmaster Classics. Ish Monroe is the kind of angler that doesn't like to switch off
Recent Central Open winner and Bassmaster Classic qualifier Cliff Crochet talks about an important aspect of catching bass, the hookset. Cliff will talk about executing proper hooksets while answering the following questions:
What equipment (rod) should I be using to get a good hookset?
Where should my rod be positioned to be
In this hour + on water bass fishing class, Gerald Swindle talks about the equipment needed and demonstrates the technique of flipping grass. Swindle talks about baits, rods, reels. etc. that you will need to flip for bass in the grass. With nearly an hour of demonstration of the technique,
Jason Christie's first approach to tournament practice is to try flipping and pitching. If he can find concentrations of fish that will bite that presentation, he's got a good chance to getting tournament-winning fish. You won't always catch a lot of fish flipping and pitching, but, sometimes just a few bites
BASS Open champion and 2017 Bassmaster Classic angler Charlie Hartley has been fishing bass tournaments for a quarter of a decade. Between BASS and FLW, he's fished in nearly 350 bass fishing tournaments. In this video, Charlie Hartley shares his passion for fishing by talking about finess flipping.
Charlie grew up in
Matt Herren is a veteran of 126 BASS fishing tournaments. He's made 7 Bassmaster Classic appearances and finished in the money in 84 of his BASS tournaments. A lot of the money he's won in tournaments has come from fishing a jig. He joined The Bass University in Gadsden, AL to
10 time Bassmaster Classic qualifier and BASS Elite Series angler Bobby Lane is back to talk about fishing tackle for lipless crankbaits, in particular, the Yo-Zuri Rattl'n Vibe Lipless Crankbait. Lane likes the 5/8 (available at Tackle Warehouse) and 3/4 (not currently
Pete Gluszek is here to help take the intimidation out of launching your bass boat. Learn the ins and outs of launching a bass boat efficiently and without undue stress. In this Bass University Basics instructional video, Pete shares information on:
Boat launch ramp fees and common systems for collecting payments
In this full 1hr+ punch shot bass fishing instructional video seminar, Mike "Ike" Iaconelli goes into detail about how to rig, and fish the punch shot rig (also called the jika rig). Iaconelli shares about his trip to Japan, where he was introduced to the hybrid technique "punch shotting". Ike
Bobby Lane loves fishing a frog (or a toad). Froggin' is a great way to catch a big bass. In this on the water bass fishing instructional class, Bobby Lane talks about the equipment you need to do some serious froggin'. Firstly, there are several types of frogs: poppin' frogs,
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.
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
Peter Gluszek, the Dean of The Bass University, is on the water with a flipping stick and some big tungsten weights, ready to punch through some grass mats. In this on the water class, Pete will take you around to different types of grass you might encounter. Pete uses mostly