There are always fish up shallow. Most of the year, the majority of the fish are out of the shallow water, but there's a reason why many tournament, even summer tournaments are still won in shallow water. In this bass fishing instructional and educational seminar class video, Jason Christie is
Mike Iaconelli takes us on the water to talk the fine points of finesse fishing. He covers everything from setting the hook to how to play the fish on light line in different cover situations.
Pete Gluszek is on the water to show you how to identify spawning areas, and utilize this knowledge to intercept bass on the way to, and at the spawning beds.
Why does BASS Open champion Pete Gluszek love the fall? Firstly, less fishing pressure! People are out hunting, back in school and preparing for the holidays, which means fewer anglers out trying to catch bass. Also, fish are moving and feeding up. In this video, Pete will answer the following
Not all bass do the same thing all the time. You can catch a bass on a topwater near the bank, then drive out to 50 feet and catch another one. Bass do have a tendancy to migrate toward deeper water at certain times of the year and that's what
In this 45-minute bass fishing instructional training seminar, you'll learn why finesse swimbaits are among the most natural lures that an angler can present to bass. John Crews describes his best presentations and scenarios for fishing with finesse swimbaits, which can be the difference in catching more bass during tough
"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.
Swimbaits are well known for being one of the best BIG BASS baits. Learning more about swimbait tactics is also a great way to take your bass fishing skill-set to the next level! Swimbaits have helped Adrian Avena go from a true bass fishing beginner to a successful FLW
Missile Baits owner Johnny Crews is back with The Bass University in the winter in Gadsden, AL to talk about fishing a Ned rig aka Midwest finesse rig. Lots of anglers look at the Ned rig and think there's not much to it. It looks like half a senko on
Bass University co-founder and BASS tournament champion, Mike "Ike" Iaconelli is on the water to talk about casting spoons, like the Johnson Silver Minnow Spoon. When conditions are tough or the baitfish are small, the casting spoon can be dynamite. In this 18-minute video, Mike covers
FLW Tour bass fishing tournament pro Scott Suggs has won nearly $2m on tour, including a $1m 2007 Forrest Wood Cup win on Lake Ouachita. Now he's joining the Bass University to talk about how he won that event, fishing for suspended bass. What do you do when the fishing
Starting today (July 26, 2018) the Bassmaster Elite Series bass fishing tournament was scheduled to begin on the Upper Chesapeake. Ultimately, it was rescheduled because the flooding and floating debris were out of control. The question still remains, what do you do when faced with flooded waters? The Dean of
Jesse Wiggins is fishing his 3rd seasons on the professional tournament trail, this year with Major League Fishing. He credits most of his success and his ability to be a professional angler to the shakey head. In this bass fishing class, you will learn:
2:00 Jesse Wiggins's shaky head tackle
Gerald Swindle, 2-time BASS angler of the Year, is out fishing for some deep summer bass with his Summer Ledge Fishing Starting Line Up Lures. Gerald is going to take you step-by-step through elimating lures and keying in on the right bait, according