Pete Gluszek will help you understand the latest innovations in electronics such as side scan, down scan, and much more. Pete will also offer advice for utilizing 2d and traditional sonar units.
JT Kenney is fishing some canals in Florida in search for Florida strain bass. There's a storm coming in, but he and Pete start fishing a stretch of canal in search of some bass. Our live broadcast is interrupted by a short break for inclement weather.
In this bass fishing live
Mark Zona is on the water for the first time with The Bass University TV. He's here to share secrets about something he spends hours doing almost every time out, and that's "finding the juice" using his Humminbird Helix 10 sonar and side imaging electronics. After locating and marking waypoints
Major League Fishing bass tournament pro Brent Ehrler, who has been featured in 2 of our most popular Bass University classes, Sonar Bass Fishing and Catching Bass with Sonar Electronics, joins host Pete Gluszekt to talk about fishing the neko rig. Brent shares
If you follow tournament bass fishing, you know that a lot of tournaments are won fishing tailraces (the area just below a hydroelectric dam). You may wonder what attracts bass to this area, why bass are easier to target in tailraces, or how pros catch bass and win tournaments in
What are wake baits? Bass fishing tournament angler Mike "Ike" Iaconelli describes them as a cross between a topwater and a diving crankbait. In this 15-minute bass fishing video, Iaconelli will discuss the different types of wake baits (including the Rapala DT Fat, Mann's
Bassmaster tournament bass fishing 2-time champion John Murray shares some information about the quickly-developing area of fishing for suspended bass. Ever wonder why this fish in the tank at Bass Pro are often just sitting in the open area water in the middle of that tank, when there's perfect cover
In this on-the-water bass fishing instructional video, Pete Gluszek and Mark Daniels Jr (MDJ) are out fishing on the Delaware River at high tide and catching bass. Pete has selected a stretch of flooded riprap. MDJ is throwing a Bill Lewis Silent Echo squarebill crankbait and flipping
Fresh off a heartbreaking near-win in the Bassmaster Elite Series, Chris Zaldain joins The Bass University to talk about the most cutting edge bass fishing electronics from Humminbird.
1:50 Making repeated casts effectively and consistently to the same target
3:05 Introducing Hummingbird 360 with mega
The Ned rig is a great finesse fishing technique, but it excels in open water situations. What about when you want to fish a finesse technique like the Ned rig around vegetation and skip it around cover without getting hung up? Mike Iaconelli introduces a new finesse bass fishing technique developed
In this video, bass fishing tournament angler Kurt Dove talks about fishing jerkabits in every season. He talks about how largemouth and smallmouth differ in the summer. He discusses the areas that are key for locating smallmouth bass and the depths to target with the bait. Kurt shares the details
The Bass University is back on the water with Rob Jordan to talk about fishing hard herring swimbaits on lakes with blueback herring. If you want to catch some of the biggest spotted bass of your life and you live on a blueback herring lake (Clarks Hill, Smith Lake, Chatuge,
2019 FLW Cup Champion Bryan Thrift is on the water to talk about effectively using your marine electronics to locate, mark and catch bass. Bryan takes you through how he uses side-scan, down-scan and 360 scan for fishing offshore, which he dedicates a lot of his tournament time to doing.
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