Jared Lintner joined The Bass University in Columbus, Ohio to share some West Coast tips for fishing a powershot. Not all situations allow for a 6-8lb. line and spinning tackle. On lakes with more dense cover, sometimes, you'll need to beef up your tackle to go after bass with the
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
Missile Baits company owner and Bassmaster Elite Series tournament bass fisherman John Crews talks with Pete about the Ned rig (aka midwest finesse rig). Learn about the design and color combinations of the Missile Baits Ned Bomb.
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In this 22-minute bass fishing instructional video, Bassmaster Classic champion and Angler-of-the-Year Mike "Ike" Iaconelli is on the water to share more secrets on how to catch bass. Specifically, Ike is talking about a technique, known mostly in the North and North East, called "snapping a tube". It's a phenomenal
Do you want to learn how to consistently catch more bass? Dropshotting is definitely the technique to master and it will help you catch more fish throughout the year, especially in tough fishing conditions! The dropshot technique is definitely a major strength for top west coast pro angler Brett Hite.
Bassmaster Classic Champion and angler-of-the-year bass tournament angler Mike "Ike" Iaconelli is talking about a hot new technique that's catching lots of hard-to-catch bass. The technique is spybaiting or fishing spybaits (also spelled "spy baiting" or "spy baits" or known as "spin baits" or "spinbaiting" in different circles). When Mike
Mike McClelland is an 8-time BASS tournament winner, with 32 top-ten finishes. In 2019 he joined the Major League Fishing BPT. In 2019, he also visited Columbus, OH with The Bass University to record a bass fishing educational seminar about a great tournament-winning strategy, finesse power fishing.
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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.
In this seminar, Mike looks at the hottest new trending fitness techniques sweeping across the country. Mike dissects the Neko Rig, the Ned Rig, The Backslide, and the Finesse Swimbaiting. He also analyzes all of the equipment, rigging, and presentation methods along with describing when and where to throw each
Bassmaster Elite Series tournament bass angler Adrian Avena is on the water to discuss the neko rig, one of his favorite fishing techniques for high pressure situations. Adrian discusses the rod, reel, line, soft plastic, hook and weight to use when fishing the neko rig for bass, including the
Professional bass fishing tournament angler Mike Iaconelli is no stranger to tough fishing conditions. Heavily pressured lakes, clear water, suspended bass, cold fronts and other factors can cause fish to shut down. In this bass fishing seminar, Ike share some tips for new, cutting-edge finesse fishing techniques that will help
Bassmaster Elite Series champion Paul Mueller joins The Bass University in this bass fishing video interview to talk about Ned rigging. Paul shares some of his favorite baits for this technique and other tackle he uses to get a good finesse presentation.
0:24 A Finesse fishing tournament is Paul
Jamie Hartman fishes the Bassmaster Elite Series and is a master at fishing finesse baits, as evidened by top finishes on some pressured clear lakes on the 2017 tournament trail. In this on the water video, Hartman talks about one of the most popular finesse techniques, the dropshot (or drop
In this 53-minute instructional video, legendary bass tournament fisherman Gary Klein talks about how to fish with soft plastic baits (worms, lizards, craws, tubes, etc.) to catch bass. Gary Klein is a great educator, with an intimate knowledge of the history of bass