2019 Bassmaster Classic bass fishing tournament champion Ott Defoe believes heavily in modifying baits. Since he was young, he's been hand-crafting crankbaits and making alterations to baits to increase his condfidence in their fish-catching ability. In this video, Ott Defoe will talk about some of the tweaks that he makes
John Murray was in Boxborough, MA a few years back to share some of his favorite lures and techniques for catching smallmouth bass. Some are "old school" techniques that he learned growing up, and they still catch fish. There are also the "new school" techniques that are more finesse-oriented. In
Last year, professional bass fishing angler John Crews did an instructional video on the VMC Tokyo Rig, called How to Fish a Punchshot Rig / Tokyo Rig - Crews. That video focused primarily on punchshotting,
Bass Open tournament angler Pete "The Dean" Gluszek is talks about fishing and catching fish with a finesse crankabit. You may be asking yourself, "What is a finesse crankbait?". Mr. Gluszek explains that a finesse crankbait differs from a regular crankbait in that it usually has a tighter wobble, silent
Major League Fishing bass fishing tournament professional angler Ish Monroe joined The Bass University in Tulsa, OK in 2020 to share secret tips, tactics and techniques for power fishing during the prespawn. Ish Monroe is known for his love of power fishing and fishing for big bass with big baits.
Bassmaster Elite series bass fishing pro Mark Menendez joined The Bass University in January 2020 at Kokomo, Indiana to talk about bass fishing in the winter and in very cold water. In many places you can still fish for bass throughout the winter, learn some of the best tips &
Fred Roumbanis will go through how to utilize crankbaits to their full effectiveness with advanced crankbait techniques.
Cranking is one of the most effective ways to catch aggressive, feeding frenzy bass after the spawn is over. Davy Hite is an expert of catching these post spawn bass on crankbaits and he will discuss the best baits, how to locate the bass, and more tips for capitalizing
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
Missile Baits company owner and Bassmaster Elite Series tournament bass fisherman John Crews talks with Pete about the Ned rig (aka midwest finesse rig). Learn about the design and color combinations of the Missile Baits Ned Bomb.
0:33 The rig that's helping people catch
Mark Menendez was in Kokomo, Indiana with The Bass University to talk about fishing crankbaits & jerkbaits in the Winter through the Spring (38-72+ degrees F). In this bass fishing class seminar, Mark breaks down various temperature ranges, where he looks for bass in the time and his weapon of
Bassmaster Classic Champion Davy Hite uses cranking to cover water and find bass fast! In this class, Davy offers advice for anglers of all skill levels and he explains the tactics and tips that have helped him consistently catch big bass throughout his career.
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
This Bass University TV Live bass fishing talk show was recorded Dec. 21st, 2016 with special guests Kevin VanDam and Gary Klein. Live shows are scheduled about once per month, and are free for anyone to watch. PRO subscribers can ask questions and win prizes during live shows. Be