Lots of people ask professional bass fishing tourmanent champion Mike Iaconelli, "When should I switch from power fishing to finesse fishing techniques?". Power fishing is fishing baits fast, big heavy jigs in cover, winding and ripping big crankbait or spinnerbaits, etc. This is Ike's favorite way to fish. In this
Deep diving crankbaits are a very important tool for catching bass relating to deep cover and structure such as ledges, points, brush piles, roadbeds and more. Deep cranking is a major strength for Elite Series pro John Crews and in this class you will learn in-depth information from John about
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
Baby D Bomb and Little John MD – Detailing all of the uses for these confidence baits and why knowing your baits in detail is extremely important.
Fred Roumbanis joined The Bass University in Tulsa, Oklahoma to talk about his top 5 favorite ways to finesse fish for bass. Fred is mostly knows as a power fisherman who loves going after big bass with frogs and swimbaits. He laments that not all tournament finishes "in the money"
FLW Lake Seminole champion Brian Latimer goes out on Lake Hartwell, SC to help you learn how to locate, graph and catch fish off of roadbeds. Almost all reservoirs have old roadbeds, learn how to utilize them to catch more bass.
0:50 Brian Latimer talks about context, what bass
The action you get from a spybait is like no other bait. At first, John Crews thought this Japanese import lures were no good, and told his friend they wouldn't catch fish. To be sure, John purchased a couple, just to test them out. It didn't take long for John
This Bass University TV Live bass fishing talk show was recorded Dec. 21st, 2016 with special guests Kevin VanDam and Gary Klein. Live shows are scheduled about once per month, and are free for anyone to watch. PRO subscribers can ask questions and win prizes during live shows. Be
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
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 tournament champion Dave Mansue joins Bass University TV on the water to talk about spybaits or spinbaits, however you refer to this finesse hard plastic subsurface bait. Dave Mansue started this tournament year on Lake Amistad, a deep clear water lake. In the past, Dave fished a dropshot, but
Ike's class on finesse fishing with soft plastic baits is more than a seminar on how to fish a few finesse presentations. It is an in-depth look at Ike's best techniques for each zone of the water column: Bottom, middle, and top. Mike will also show you how
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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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