In the December, 2017 episode of Bass University Live, we welcome 2017 Bassmaster Classic champion Jordan Lee! This episode is dedicated to fishing jigs. Many tournaments are won with this bait, and lots of people swear by it as the go-to big fish/kicker fish bait. There's one problem for the
Matt Herren is a veteran of 126 BASS fishing tournaments. He's made 7 Bassmaster Classic appearances and finished in the money in 84 of his BASS tournaments. A lot of the money he's won in tournaments has come from fishing a jig. He joined The Bass University in Gadsden, AL to
Dave Mansue is on the water explaining his favorite ways to rig and use big worms.
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
Bobby Lane is here to help you decide when to fish straight tail worms (or worms with very subtle action) vs curly tail/ribbon tails (which have a lot of action). Bobby shares a simple approach to tackle for these techniques, one baitcaster setup and one spinning setup. Lane then dives
Bass fishing tournament angler Kurt Dove is on the water to talk about the highly versatile technique of Texas rig soft plastic fishing. Texas rigging is a rigging techtnique that can be used for pitching, flipping, punching, dock fishing & open water casting and so many other applications. In this
John Crews returns to The Bass University Live to discuss various soft plastic rigging methods, particularly for the Missile Baits "The 48" Worm. Ken Duke and Corey from Tackle Warehouse also join the show for bass fishing trivia and fishing tackle statistics.
Bassmaster Elite Series tournament bass fishing angler John Crews joins The Bass University on the water to talk about the punchshot rig aka Tokyo rig. John starts by talking about the components of the rig: swivel, weights, metal wires, hooks, soft plastic baits, etc. John also briefly shows the difference
Gerald Spohrer begins by about why he thinks so many top-level bass fishing tournament anglers come from Gonzales, Louisiana. Primarily though, Gerald is talking about flipping and bushes, particularly how fish uses the bushes from pre-spawn through the spawn. Gerald discusses how the bass will hold around the bushes, when they
Mike Iaconelli and Dave Manue are on the water for Bass University TV talking about hard and soft plastic swimbaits in this remastered bass fishing video. Join Mike and Dave and they break down why you should have a swimbait tied on most of the time. They talk about rigging
Gerald Swindle believes in simple fishing techniques and he loves jig fishing. In this 56-minute bass fishing instructional video seminar, 2-time-Angler-of-the-Year Gerald Swindle (G-man) will tell you why he always has a ballhead jig tied on, and why he believes in it as much as any bait in the tackle
Derek Hudnall is fishing his sophomore season on The Bassmaster Elite Series. Derek did well in the 2019 season, but, due to a disqualification, he did not qualify for the 2020 Bassmaster Classic.
0:45 Pete Gluszek introduced Derek Hudnall and talks about how his 2019 DQ caused him to
Harvey Horne attrinutes a lot of his bass fishing tournament success to fishing a swing head jig or hard head football jighead. In this bass fishing class seminar, Harvey takes a seasonal approach to baits and tackle for this technique, and ends his seminar by answering student questions about: the advantages
Fishing for shallow smallmouth bass in the Summer is one of Bassmaster Elite Series Pro Seth Feider's favorite ways to catch bass. Seth explains that most anglers know to fish for smallmouth in the spring during the prespawn and spawning periods, but the bass that stay shallow throughout the summer