Bass Fishing Videos:
MLF 2017 Summit Cup Champion Mike "Ike" Iaconelli talks about finesse fishing with wacky jigheads. In this 54-minute bass fishing instructional video seminar, you will learn how to catch more bass during times when they aren't really biting. Main Wacky Rig Topics
Mike "Ike" Iaconelli is on the water to do a demonstration of a hot finesse fishing technique called the chicken rig. This rig is unlike any other finesse rig. It has elements of several other techniques, namely the Neko rig, the shakey head techniques, but with decided advantages over both.
BASS Open Champion Pete Gluszek will teach you how to catch spawning bass that you can't see. In this 16-minute on-the-water fishing class, Pete Gluszek in the backwater areas of a river, where you might normally sight fish, but since the water is stained, he'll teach you how to blind
Mike Iaconelli, professional bass fishing tournament angler and host of 'Fish My City' travel destination fishing show on Nat Geo WILD, is back on the water with The Bass Univeristy to help you catch more bass when conditions are tough and bass won't bite. Previously, Mike introduced some finesse lures
In this 45-minute bass fishing instructional training seminar, you'll learn why finesse swimbaits are among the most natural lures that an angler can present to bass. John Crews describes his best presentations and scenarios for fishing with finesse swimbaits, which can be the difference in catching more bass during tough
Pete Gluszek of The Bass University is joined by Bassmaster Elite Series and Cashion Rods angler Jamie Hartman. Jamie fished in the 2018 Bassmaster Classic and had a great first day, but struggled on the second, which took him out of the top 25 and he was watching and discussing
Bassmaster angler of the year Brandon Palaniuk joined The Bass University in Lawrenceburg, IN to teach a class he called "Drop Shot 101". Brandon estimates that he's won about $300,000 in fishing a drop shot rig in bass fishing tournaments. In this class, you will learn: What is a drop shot
2018 Bassmaster Elite Series Angler Matt Herren joined The Bass University for the first time as an instructor in Gadsden, Alabama. Matt is a long-time bass tournament angler who has been fishing the Elite Series since 2009 and BASS invitationals since 1994! Matt spent many of his formative years fishing
A consistent FLW top 10 finisher for years, and 2019 MLF Bass Pro Tour angler, Cody Meyer is also once held the world record for spotted bass at 10.8lbs. In this video, Cody joins The Bass University to talk about fishing clear water. 3:37 Fishing clear water can be
Former collegiate angler, early Bass University TV subscriber, and now Bassmaster Elite Series angler Patrick Walters joins The Bass University to talk about fishing stick baits. Particularly, Patrick talks about how he utilizes a soft plastic stickbait to locate bass in practice, and how he changes his rig for tournament
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
Bass Open tournament angler Pete "The Dean" Gluszek is talks about fishing and catching fish with a finesse crankabit. You may be asking yourself, "What is a finesse crankbait?". Mr. Gluszek explains that a finesse crankbait differs from a regular crankbait in that it usually has a tighter wobble, silent
Josh Bertrand has been fishing the Bassmaster Elite Series since 2013, and some of his favorite fishing is up north in the Great Lakes. In part, because Josh loves catching big 4lb smallmouth consistently, and the Great Lakes is a prime location to land those big smallies. In this
Smallmouth legend Joe Balog’s dropshot presentation will feature tournament winning tactics for giant bass, challenges for fishing deep in rough water, and proven tackle considerations.
Hey Pete! I just want to say thank you for creating such a great platform as Bass University TV. I subscribed after Bobby Lane won the Bassmaster Open at the Kissimmee Chain last month which I fished as a Co-Angler. I’ve been getting a lot out of it.
In this remastered bass fishing seminar class video, Mike Iaconelli breaks down the Fall/Autumn season into 2 main periods, the early fall feed and the late fall transition. Bait plays a big part in where to find bass in the fall, and the bass are going to follow there food.
Gerald Swindle is one of the more interesting characters in professional bass fishing, and this is one of his most interesting seminars, and it's certainly the most entertaining lipless crankbait bass fishing class you'll ever watch. Gerald talks about everything from reaching your personal limits to crapping beside the golf
Aaron Martens was in Tulsa, Oklahoma in the winter to conduct a bass fishing class seminar on seasonal water temperatures. Water temperature is one of the most important factors in determining bass location and activity level. Aaron Martens takes a seasonal approach to discussing the changing water temperatures, how fish