Mike Iaconelli talks about how to elicit reaction strikes from bass while fishing crankbaits around grass and other submerged aquatic vegetation. In this on the water bass fishing video, Ike is explaining his most effective ways to work crankbaits through grass. He is fishing a Rapala DT
Bassmaster Elite Series Angler Seth Feider discusses the ultimate finesse bait for smallmouth fishing, hair jigs. If you have clear water, smallmouth and fish 15' of water or less, this seminar is for you! In this video, Seth discusses:
Selecting size and color of marabou jig
Fishing line, rod & reel tackle
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
Ish will walk you through the proper rigging techniques and presentation tactics required to properly flip and pitch baits into heavy cover. Ish's techniques will help catapult your "Dropping Bombs" technique for ultimate positive productivity; revealing all of the tricks and tactics that trigger BIG BASS!
Starting today (July 26, 2018) the Bassmaster Elite Series bass fishing tournament was scheduled to begin on the Upper Chesapeake. Ultimately, it was rescheduled because the flooding and floating debris were out of control. The question still remains, what do you do when faced with flooded waters? The Dean of
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.
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
Rip rap, boulders, pea gravel, bluffs and rocks are a very important in bass fishing, as bass and their food sources often relate to various types of rocks throughout the year. Listen closely to this class from Ott DeFoe, as he helps anglers understand how to locate key rock
Shaw Grigsby explains when to catch bass with baits that float or are retrieved along the surface, such as topwater walkers, poppers, wake baits, frogs, buzz baits, floating jerkabits (hard and soft), and more. Shaw also shares advice for more situations where you can use these baits to catch
The Dean's Office - December 5th 2016
JT will walk you through the subtle differences of flipping and pitching in grass mats, that can be the difference in cashing a check and going home empty handed.
Join Pete "The Dean" Gluszek on the water as he explains how to use the wind as your friend in catching bass.
Fred Roumbanis shares pro tricks and secrets for the latest lure modifications which can help your bait with an improved or unique action, sounds, colors, and other. Improve the action and attraction of your baits with scent, dye, hardware, and other lure customization products.
When the water temperatures get hot, the bass fishing can cool down. Pete Gluszek discusses the techniques that he often uses to trigger strikes from lethargic summer bass. Pete also covers effective patterns that dominate summer time conditions including: feeder creek patterns, docks, ledges, matted vegetation, and topwater triggers.