10 time Bassmaster Classic qualifier and BASS Elite Series angler Bobby Lane is back to talk about fishing tackle for lipless crankbaits, in particular, the Yo-Zuri Rattl'n Vibe Lipless Crankbait. Lane likes the 5/8 (available at Tackle Warehouse) and 3/4 (not currently
All aspects of flipping and pitching around wood, docks, grass, and everything else.
Go online to TackleWarehouse.com and look at the selection of soft plastic baits. There are thousands and thousands of baits/ color combinations to choose from! Ish Monroe helps simplify the process of selecting the right soft plastic and describes the scenarios for using his most effective soft plastic baits.
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.
Greg Hackney provides an in-depth presentation of how he uses sonar and GPS electronics to locate bass in shallow water, deep water, and among various types of cover and structure. Greg also explains the details of the latest innovations in sonar such as side imaging, down imaging, key settings,
Pete Gluszek will help you understand the latest innovations in electronics such as side scan, down scan, and much more. Pete will also offer advice for utilizing 2d and traditional sonar units.
Bass tournament angler Pete Gluszek feels like the Carolina rig gets a bad rap. He's here to convert the haters, and get everyone fishing this monster fish-catching rig.
Why a Fish Carolina Rig?
After briefly explaining this soft plastic rigging technique, for those who aren't already familiar, Pete talks about some of
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
Topwater magician Bernie Schultz offers an incredibly in-depth look at fishing with walking baits, poppers, prop baits, and buzzbaits.
Bassmaster Angler-of-the-Year Aaron Martens joins The Bass University to talk about cranking with high speed reels. When Aaron was just getting started in fishing, a 5:1 gear ratio was considered fast, then there were 6.3:1 reels and it took a while to get into 7:1 and now 8.5:1 reels. Aaron
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.
West Coast Bassmaster Elite Series Pro angler John Murray discusses catching big smallmouth. On some bodies of water, they're the most fun to catch, and in a tournament situation on those bodies of water, the best chance you have at winning. John talks about the specifics of his favorite baits
Bassmaster Elite Series bass tournament angler Matt Lee is on the water to discuss strolling a technique that will help get crankbaits down much deeper than their designated depth range. Matt will discuss the limitations of the traditional chunk-n-wind approach to crankbait fishing. He disucsses how to use your trolling
John Murray is a Bassmaster Elite Series tournament bass angler, fishing competitively since he was 13. He spent most of his early career fishing on the West Coast, around Lake Mead, which is very clear. In that enviroment, he was able to really study bass behavior, so he was able to