Bobby Lane is a Elite Series professional bass tournament angler and first-time on-the-water Bass University instructor. Bobby has won well over $1m in BASS tournaments, including an Elite Series win. He's also made 10 Bassmaster Classic appearances, as of the time of this writing. An impressive resume. On top of
Drew Gregory from Jackson Kayak joins Bass Univeristy TV at iCast 2017 to talk about Kayak fishing. Drew shares some kayak fishing stories, some tips for bass fishing from a kayak and new products and developments for 2017.
Are you having trouble catching bass on topwater lures? Many anglers have issues enticing bass to bite, getting baits to work properly, hooking bass that explode on their lures and landing bass they get on the line. A lot of these issues are caused by fishing plugs on the wrong
Interested in selecting the right rod and reel combo to get started bass fishing? Mike "Ike" Iaconelli will talk about the properties and pros & cons of different types of fishing rods and reels from Spincast to Spinning to Casting reels. Learn how to attach
Fred Roumbanis, a frequent Bass University instructor, joins Pete at The Bass University Live booth at iCast 2017 to talk about his new Optimum Baby Boom swimbait, which will be available from Tackle Warehouse in August. This swimbait is 4.5" long, where the original was 6". Watch this video to
Recent MLF bass fishing tournament winner Skeet Reese joins The Bass University to talk about a technique largely attributed to being invented and developed by Dee Thomas, a West Coast angler. That technique is flipping. Skeet talks about learning to flip on the California Delta, and how intimidating Dee Thomas
Bass University TV's Pete Gluszek is on the water to talk about a great year-round techniquefor catching bass. Often fished with a finesse bait, this technique is fished using power fishing equipment. The Carolina rig doesn't just catch small fish, as it's often accused of doing, but it will catch
Mike Iaconelli, Becky Iaconelli and Nani Chlimper join Bass University Live to talk about Omeals. What are Omeals? They are self-heating nutritious dinners, which are convenient for anglers, outdoorsmen, hikers and campers looking for something more than a snack, but without the need to carry cooking pots and utensils, or
The whole Bass University team has arrived in Orlando, Florida for ICAST 2017 to talk all things bass fishing. iCast is a trade show that that introduces the newest fishing baits, rods, reels, apparel, electronics and more. With dozens of industry guests, Elite Series and FLW pros, and fishing legends,
Dave Mansue is a veteran bass fishing tournament angler and BASS Open Champion. In this 40 minute instructional video seminar, Dave will discuss the best tactics and techniques for approaching wood cover. He will help you catch more bass out of wooden cover, like docks, stumps, logs, laydowns & brush
Bassmaster Elite Series bass tournament angler and smallmouth expert Seth Feider joins Pete Gluszek and The Bass University at ICAST 2018. Seth talks about some smallmouth secrets, like what conditions to expect to find smallmouth up shallow and looking for food. Pete and Seth talk about their success or lack
FLW Outdoors bass fishing tournament champion JT Kenney joins Bass University at iCast 2017 (also Mark Zona, briefly). JT talks about his Nichols JT's Grass Wizard Jig: the design, why it works, and where not to fish it. Kenney also shares some jig
Wrapping up iCast 2017, Mike Iaconelli, Pete Gluszek and Darrell Ocamica are all in the Bass University TV Live booth. Everyone shares their thoughts and experiences about the iCast fishing industry trade show, and what they saw as the highlights, including new products. Pete talks about the new
Scott Suggs talks with Bass University TV at iCast 2017 about a new frame design that helps keep light from sneaking into the sides of your sunglass frames. Scott shares about what makes Popticals different than other polarized bass fishing sunglasses.