Learn What Makes Bass Bite
1:05 What really matters to bass?
3:20 Bass senses
8:15 Bite factors
11:00 Advantages of baits
17:10 Action options
26:05 Size options
31:20 Sound options
41:20 Color selection decisions
46:55 What makes "scents"?
Pete Gluszek, The Dean of the Bass University, says that one of the most common questions he gets from anglers when guiding and students at Bass University classes is, "What fishing line should I use in different situations?". In this fishing instructional video, Pete discusses the different types of
Mike Iaconelli joins The Bass University to talk about one of the most exciting parts about bass fishing, hooking and landing the fish. You've fished the lure, you've gotten the bite, what do you do next? Mike is here to talk about how to set the hook, how to fight
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
Throwing frogs around vegetation is one of Scott Martin's favorite techniques for catching big bass! There is much more to it than tying on a frog, casting it out across the water, and working it back to the boat. An angler has to have the right lure and the right
In this second sonar bass fishing instructional video seminar, conducted by Brent Ehrler, Brent discusses catching fish using your boat electronics. This seminar is a follow-up to Brent's first sonar video Sonar Bass Fishing - Brent Ehrler, which you may want to watch first. In this 54-minute bass fishing
Ott's class will help anglers understand more about how to approach new bodies of water, which can be seen in Ott's great ability to consistently earn top tournament finishes each year. Try The Bass University TV and learn more in-depth seasonal patterns, tips, and tactics that Ott uses to
Bryan Thrift has been described by fellow pro anglers and fishing media as a dock fishing “machine” for his ability to skip non-conventional dock fishing baits such as buzzbaits under docks and overhanging trees! Bryan understands that presenting your bait effectively is one of the most important elements to catching
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,
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
Ike's class on finesse fishing with soft plastic baits is more than a seminar on how to fish a few finesse presentations. It is an in-depth look at Ike's best techniques for each zone of the water column: Bottom, middle, and top. Mike will also show you how
JT Kenney is on the water in Florida fishing tannic water. Tannic water is common in Florida, and can be found almost everywhere across the country. It's caused by tannins in decaying vegetation. JT Kenney has some spinnerbait secrets that will help you catch fish in these tea-stained water color
Joe Balog shares from his smallmouth bass expertise of deep structure fishing for big smallmouth bass. This is an in-depth look at how to locate the structure, effective techniques, bass biology, and much more.
Aaron Martens and David Swendseid from Duo Realis join The Bass University to talk about something they are both passionate about, designing effective hardbaits for catching bass. Duo Realis has been hard at work making hard baits that meet Aaron's exacting expectations of baits he fishes on