In this seminar, Pete talks about some of the greatest old school bass catching lures, the conditions to fish them, and techniques to put bass in the boat. Many baits and techniques lose popularity over time, but Pete will discuss some of the, perhaps forgotten, baits and presentations that
Chris Lane, Bassmaster Classic Champion and BASS Elite Series angler, joins The Bass University to talk about equipment preparation. In general, things you can control. You can't control the weather, or the mood of the fish, but you can be prepared for those situations with the right rods, reels, line,
2016 & 2017 Best Hard Lure award-winning tackle manufacturer Savage Gear to the Bass University TV Live booth at iCast 2017. Mads Grosell and Savage Gear pro Travis Klein talk about the 2016 iCast award-winning Savage Gear
Mark Menendez was in Kokomo, Indiana with The Bass University to talk about fishing crankbaits & jerkbaits in the Winter through the Spring (38-72+ degrees F). In this bass fishing class seminar, Mark breaks down various temperature ranges, where he looks for bass in the time and his weapon of
Aaron Martens and David Swendseid from Duo Realis join The Bass University to talk about something they are both passionate about, designing effective hardbaits for catching bass. Duo Realis has been hard at work making hard baits that meet Aaron's exacting expectations of baits he fishes on
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
Mike Iaconelli and Dave Manue are on the water for Bass University TV talking about hard and soft plastic swimbaits in this remastered bass fishing video. Join Mike and Dave and they break down why you should have a swimbait tied on most of the time. They talk about rigging
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.
Professional bass fishing anglers Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek answer the following Bass University TV subscriber questions:
What are your favorite vibrating jig trailors?
How do you select the best polarized lens color for fishing?
What is the most important thing you carry in your boat?
How do you choose when to fish casting
Oliver Ngy is back on the water to talk about another, more recent development in big bait bass fishing. Unlike big soft plastic swimbaits, glide baits are usually hard plastic and designed to have a subtle side-to-side swimming action, and Oliver likens them to jerkbaits in how they are fished.
In this 49-minute bass fishing educational video seminar, Bassmaster Elite Series tournament angler and recent Bass Open champion Mike McClelland talks about catching fish in cold winter conditions. McCleland talks about the importanct of safety, warmth and overall preparedness for cold weather fishing. Mike discusses the advances in electronics and what
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
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
John Murray was in Boxborough, MA a few years back to share some of his favorite lures and techniques for catching smallmouth bass. Some are "old school" techniques that he learned growing up, and they still catch fish. There are also the "new school" techniques that are more finesse-oriented. In