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.
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MLF Bass Pro Tour angler Gerald Swindle joined The Bass University in Gadsden, AL the weekend of January 19th, 2019 to teach an hour-long in-depth class on flipping & pitching grass. Gerald Swindle, aside from being one of our most requested instructors, is a 2-time BASS Elite Series angler of the year,
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 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:
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
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
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
Bassmaster Elite Series tournament champion Jamie Hartman was in Tulsa, OK in early 2020 to teach a bass fishing instructional seminar class on his tournament strategy. Jamie won two Elite Series tournaments in 2019, and most years he finishes near the top of the angler-of-the-year points. Jamie's tournament approach reflects
In this bass fishing seminar, which was recorded during the winter in Anderson, SC, The Bass University welcomes FLW champion Brian Latimer. Brian brings a winner's perspective to raising your fishing game to become a tournament pro, or to be the best you can be in other areas of life.
Gerald Swindle is one of the more interesting characters in professional bass fishing, and this is one of his most interesting seminars, and it's certainly the most entertaining lipless crankbait bass fishing class you'll ever watch. Gerald talks about everything from reaching your personal limits to crapping beside the golf
In this hour + on water bass fishing class, Gerald Swindle talks about the equipment needed and demonstrates the technique of flipping grass. Swindle talks about baits, rods, reels. etc. that you will need to flip for bass in the grass. With nearly an hour of demonstration of the technique,
Returning BASS Bassmaster Elite Series angler Gerald Swindle is in Anderson, SC to teach that class and all The Bass University TV online students about cold water cranking (aka cold water crankin'). After a year fishing the inaugural year of Major League Fishing's Bass Pro Tour, Gerald Swindle is returning to
Over the years, Gerald Swindle has provided some of the most motivational and informative bass fishing seminars at The Bass University. This seminar is no different. Gerald is known as a successful junk fisherman, but that doesn't mean he's running around the lake throwing every lure in his tackle box
Gerald Swindle had sort of a "burned out" moment a few years ago, he wasn't fishing as much because he loved it, and more time was being spent on business priorities. Gerald realized that he's always loved fishing, and that he wanted to make decisions that allowed him to "keep