What is "positive mental attitude" and what does it have to do with bass fishing? In this bass fishing seminar, 2-time Bassmaster angler-of-the-year Gerald Swindle believes staying positive in any situation can not only help you win fishing tournaments and titles, but it can make you a better person and
Mentally Winning Bass Tournaments Main Topics
5:55 In tournament bass fishing, what separates the good from the great?
13:00 Glass half-full approach
20:20 Tips for how to be mentally tough
27:45 Mentally preparing for a bass fishing trip or tournament
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"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.
For the new year, we've got some information that will help you start off 2019 on the right foot. We're re-releasing this special 1-piece digitally-remastered high definition version of the original "Positive Mental Attitude" (PMA) class by Gerald Swindle. Improve your bass fishing and improve your overall quality of life
Fishing with an open mind is imperative for consistent bass fishing success. Adrian Avena uses this open mind concept to allow himself to fish the moment by evaluating the present conditions and relying on his instincts. Adrian will cover the mental aspect of bass fishing, how to establish a game
Gerald Swindle places well in many tournaments, and often he's noted as having been "junk fishing" in the event. When you're not really "On 'em", but you need to catch 5 bass, that's when junk fishing can really come in handy. In this bass fishing class, you will learn:
In this remastered bass fishing instructional class video seminar, Gerald Swindle, aka G-Man, is sharing with The Bass University students how the simple way of how to fish a jig. Gerald shares his approach to color selection, sizes, trailer selection, rod selection, reel speed, line choice, skirt materials and other considerations
Gerald Swindle is one of our top instructors at The Bass University. His combination of fishing knowledge and wit make for an enjoyable learning experience. Gerald Swindle loves to fish a jig, particularly a ball head jig, but there are other great ways to catch bass. In
Gerald Swindle, 2-time BASS angler-of-the-year, is on the water with The Bass University to talk about catching summer fish on ledges. Gerald points on that he has a lineup of various baits that he uses to get strikes from bass in the summer on deep ledges, but that often he
Gerald Swindle was in Anderson, SC in early 2020 to conduct 2 classes for The Bass University. Between sessions, Snookie caught up with Gerald to talk to the recently-returned BASS Elite Series tournament angler about his experience at The Bass University.
0:36 The youth involvement and learning opportunities at The
Sometimes when you don't get a hook in a fish, or the fish swipes at the bait, which often happens with reaction baits, like crankbaits, buzzbaits, chatterbaits and spinnerbaits. What do you do to get them in the boat? Sometimes called follow-up baits, these baits are meant to land those
Bass fishing tournament veteran Gary Klein has never had another profession, besides professional bass angler. He's been fishing competitively, for a living for well over 40 years! In this instructional video, Gary wants to take The Bass University students back to basics and starting thinking about the way you fish.
Gerald Swindle is back on Lake Guntersville with The Bass University to talk about offshore structure fishing. Ride along as Gerald looks for some bass schools on offshore structure and targets them with a Rapala DT Series Crankbait.
0:33 Color selection on ledge fishing
Recent MLF Summit Cup champion Mike Iaconelli was in Edison NJ this winter to talk about one of the key concepts he's used in several of his top-level bass fishing tournament wins, that concept is "fishing the moment". Mike believes that there are times when your instincts tell you to