James Elam joined The Bass University in Tulsa, OK to talk about an important topic for everyone from the weekend angler to the top-level tournament pros, preparation. When you're out there fishing, you want to be able to concetrate on fishing, not mechanical or electrical issues on the boat, not
Not all bass do the same thing all the time. You can catch a bass on a topwater near the bank, then drive out to 50 feet and catch another one. Bass do have a tendancy to migrate toward deeper water at certain times of the year and that's what
In this brand new episode of The Bass University Live, recorded December 15th, 2019, we are talking about team bass tournaments, also known as "buddy tournaments". This exciting form of angling is a unique and fun way to get out fishing and compete in tournaments. We discuss tactics, techniques and situations
Pete Gluszek and Fred Roumbanis are back at El Salto to talk about fishing shallow water habitat. The two bass tournament anglers talk about different types of shallow water cover, from grass, standing timber, rock banks and more. Pete and Fred share their thoughts on what types of baits to
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
Keep up with the latest trends with the dropshot technique with Shaw Grigsby. As can be seen with several Major League Fishing pro anglers, dropshotting as evolved into a powerful technique for catching inactive fish in shallow water, even around heavy cover.
"Yes, but how do I win bass fishing tournaments?". Lots of bass fisherman are involved in tournaments at some level, whether is club tournaments, some weekend events, or multi-day Opens or Tour-level events. Some tournaments have a few competitors, most have enough to make the odds of winning fairly low.
We're not sure if it's a "punchshot" or a "punch shot", but it's sometimes called a "Jika Rig", and it catches bass! Mike Iaconelli shares what he learned about this hot technique from his recent fishing trip to Japan with Morizo Shimizu. In this 23-minute bass fishing instructional video, Bassmaster
Professional bass tournament fishing pro Bill Lowen loves throwing a swim jig, and has been doing it to catch big bass for over 20 years. He begins by telling the story of how he happened upon the swim jig technique, and how it's help him make cuts in top-level fishing
Understanding the sonar electronics on your boat is an extremely important component to locating bass throughout the year. Tennessee's Ott DeFoe has a great amount of experience using electronics to locate bass and most importantly, he is one of the best instructors for teaching others about how they can
2019 FLW Cup Champion Bryan Thrift is on the water to talk about effectively using your marine electronics to locate, mark and catch bass. Bryan takes you through how he uses side-scan, down-scan and 360 scan for fishing offshore, which he dedicates a lot of his tournament time to doing.
Bassmaster Elite Series angler and frequent Bass University Live co-host Greg DiPalma is on the water to take you through setting up and properly utilizing your Humminbird electronics. In this class, Greg talks about everything from setting up the unit to optional charting and mapping SD card add-ons. Learn how
Bass fishing veteran and recent BASS Open champion Cody Bird joins The Bass University Live. Pete Gluszek, Greg DiPalma and Cody discuss how he closed the deal and won the tournament on Neely Henry.
MLF Bass Pro Tour angler Jeff Kriet is one of our most popular instructors at the Bass University. His video classes on fishing a floating worm and winning winter fishing tournaments are some of our most popular releases from 2018.