Bill Lowen is one of the most consistent professional anglers on tour. He has cashed a check in over 70% of the BASS events he has fished. One doesn't pull off that kind of consistency without knowing how to come in with a limit of bass every day. In this class, Lowen says his background at the Ohio River shaped his power-finesse fishing style enabling to be consistent all over the country. He talks about fishing high percentage areas and shares the techniques and baits relies on to always catch his limit.
One of our most popular presenters, "Dollar" Bill Lowen, is back with The Bass University in Kokomo, Indiana to talk about seasonal shallow water cranking. Bill grew up fishing the rivers, and most of the fish were shallow by necessity all year long. Bill Lowen wants to share with Bass
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
Bill Lowen grew up fishing the Ohio river and has been fishing current for over 35 years. He joined The Bass Univeristy in Kokomo, Indiana to talk about catching bass in current. Current just doesn't exist in rivers, but that's what most people think about when talking about current.
Bill Lowen is one of the most consistent professional anglers on tour. He has cashed a check in over 70% of the BASS events he has fished. One doesn't pull off that kind of consistency without knowing how to come in with a limit of bass every day. In this
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Even as hunting season begins, a lot of outdoorsmen are still on the hunt for transitioning bass. In this seasonal bass fishing instructional video, former Bassmaster Classic Champion and Angler-of-the-Year Mike Iaconelli takes a look at fall bass fishing techniques and explains how to pattern bass during the fall.
Aaron Martens analyzes water temperature and its affect on bass movements/ behavior. Most importantly, Aaron will discuss water temperature changes and what you can do to make the correct adjustment in order to catch more bass.
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