We asked Adrian to choose a few techniques that are guaranteed fish catchers during all seasons on all bodies of water that have bass. Adrian will share his best presentations that will help you hook more bass and bigger bass this year.
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
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
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are live discussing Greg Hackney's Shallow Water All Year Long class as well as Summertime Fishing.
Fred Roumbanis and Pete Gluszek talk about a couple of recent classes released at The Bass University, Topwater Frog Fishing Demonstration and Frog Fishing on the Water. These classes are focuesed on Fred's new topwater frogs from Stanford Baits, the
Mike Iaconelli is winter fishing and in a cold front with high pressure. Some of the worst conditions you can face. 45 degree water temperature and cold winter air temperature driving it down further can make for a tough day of bass fishing.
Top Winter Bass Baits Topics
An advanced look from Mike McClelland at the most cutting-edge tactics and techniques for hardbait fishing from the pre-spawn up to the spawning phase.
Bassmaster Elite Series professional tournament angler and Oklahoma St. University Alumnus James Elam joined The Bass University in Tulsa, Oklahoma to talk about fishing mid-depth. Elam starts off this 50-minute bass fishing video with a primer on the general mentality of fising, general rules or guidelines to keep in mind to both
Professional bass fishing tournament angler Pete Gluszek is often leading or nearly leading BASS Open tournaments where big smallmouth abound. Recently he was also in the lead of the Northern Open on the James River (so he's no stranger to catching big largemouth either). In this 57-minute seminar, Pete Gluszek talks
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are on Toledo Bend in the spring, with water temperatures in the 60s, with the water falling and a cold front moving in. The fish are moving to the bank, but because of the dropping water, and cooler weather, they aren't locking onto beds.
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Why does BASS Open champion Pete Gluszek love the fall? Firstly, less fishing pressure! People are out hunting, back in school and preparing for the holidays, which means fewer anglers out trying to catch bass. Also, fish are moving and feeding up. In this video, Pete will answer the following
During the summer months, the bass fishing can often be red hot as bass feed aggressively throughout the day and night. However, there are also times when the fishing gets tough due to fishing pressure, high water temperatures, and a lake-wide party on the lake with pleasure boaters! Ish Monroe
While there's a whole generation of anglers utilizing electronics to locate big schools of bass offshore, Major League Fishing tournament bass fisherman Greg Hackney encourages you not to forget to beat the banks any time of year for some of the biggest tournament bass, especially for a 5 bass limit format.
Be sure to also check out Fall Seasonal Transition & Baits! Pete Gluszek talks about the fall transition in regards to bass that have related to grass all summer. Pete talks about where the bass go when the grass starts to die and what targets to fish.