Bassmaster Elite Series pro Paul Mueller is back on the water fishing for largemouth bass in cold water in post-frontal conditions. This lakes has a good deal of grass, but not a lot of rock or hard bottom. The water temperature is around 48 degrees with rather windy conditions, so
JT Kenney has years of experience fishing lakes in Florida, and he's here to share a technique that's often overlooked, and can often be deadly for catching Florida bass. That technique is jerkbait fishing. In this video, JT will tell you when this bait shines, the tackle you'll need to
James Watson is know for fishing the Whopper Plopper and spoon jacking, he's not really known for fishing grass, for good reason, they don't have any where he's from. Fortunately, James travels the country as a tourning bass tournament professional, and in this bass fishing class seminar, JMFW shares what
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
JT Kenney is a wizard at fishing aquatic vegetation. Few anglers understand the subtle strategies when it comes to fishing in the vast field of lily pads. JT teaches about his approach when fishing lily pads & his most effective lures.
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.
JT Kenney has come back to The Bass Univeristy to talk with "The Dean" Pete Gluszek.
0:20 Introduction of MLF color commentator JT Kenney and his transition from full-time angler to the broadcast booth
1:36 Why does Ike scream "It's a giant" on every fish?
JT Kenney is on the water in Florida to show you how to fish (and not over-fish) a topwater prop bait around grass mats in Florida.
0:40 How JT Kenney likes to fish a topwater prop bait - locations and technique
5:17 Close up on the bait on
JT Kenney is a veteran Bass University instructor, as well as being a veteran FLW pro angler with 4 wins and 45 top 10 finishes in that circuit alone, along with more wins and top 10 finishes in BASS. JT is known for fishing down in Florida, but he grew up in
JT Kenney grew up in Maryland, around the Potomac River, so he wanted to share some of what he learned about tidal water fisheries with the Bass University students in this bass fishing seminar video which was recorded in New Jersey.
0:45 What causes the tide and how the
Peter Gluszek, the Dean of The Bass University, is on the water with a flipping stick and some big tungsten weights, ready to punch through some grass mats. In this on the water class, Pete will take you around to different types of grass you might encounter. Pete uses mostly
Major League Fishing bass fishing tournament pro Mike "Ike" Iaconelli loves to fish topwater frogs. They produce explosive bites, so they're fun, but they're also great for casting and fishing in places where other lures aren't an option. Some vegetation severely limits your lures selection, but topwater frogs, with their
"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.
One of the main things that Jimmy Houston has taught us over the years is that spinnerbaits catch fish. JT Kenney is down in the Southeast US to share some of the things he's learned about how to fish a spinnerbaits, particularly in tannic water. Tannic water is tea-colored water