Bass Fishing Videos:
BASS professional tournament fishing angler Pete "The Dean" Gluszek is on the water, fishing a river system and talking about objects that break the current, how fish setup on them and how to fish them. Pete is talking about a piling in the water, he points out the where the
How do I know the right lure to select for fishing for bass? So, you just got started fishing, and you've got an empty tackle box. You go to the tackle store and you're overwhelmed by the number of options. Do you really need all these baits to catch a bass?
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
Bobby Lane famously finished second in the tournament that brought national attention to the original Chatterbait. Bryan Thrift weighed in a couple of toads on the final day to inch out a win and make the Chatterbait a household name. Bobby Lane hated the bladed jig before that tournament, but
In this on the water bass fishing class, professional bass tournament angler Mike "Ike" Iaconelli talks about one of his favorite techniques, fishing matted vegetation (or any other type of heavy matted floating cover). Iaconelli starts by talking about punching components, which include, but are not limited to:
Brett is a long-time subscriber to The Bass University's service and library of bass fishing videos. Hollywood talks about his experience getting involved in bass fishing and how The Bass University has helped him become a more successful bass angler. The pros at The Bass University are sharing the juice
Are you having trouble catching bass on topwater lures? Many anglers have issues enticing bass to bite, getting baits to work properly, hooking bass that explode on their lures and landing bass they get on the line. A lot of these issues are caused by fishing plugs on the wrong
Tournament bass fishing champion and guide Pete Gluszek introduces a crankbait he helped design, Pete's Quite Killer. Pete explains why this thin, silent, tight-wobbling crankbait is key when fishing gets tough. This shallow-running crankbait is great to fish in pressured waters around vegetation, blowdown trees, shallow docks and more.
At the 2020 Bassmaster Classic, Pete Gluszek and Pat Renwick are joined by long-time FLW angler and Guntersville guru Alex Davis. 1:16 History of the Bassmaster Classic according to Ray Scott and Pete Gluszek 4:15 Alex Davis talks about his preferred way to fish Lake Guntersville in early
Kevin VanDam takes Bass University students out on the water to discuss and demonstrate how to crank grass for bass. Lots of anglers will avoid fishing grass with crankbaits because it's easy to get the bait fouled up and vegetation balled up on your lure. Kevin VanDam shares that there
In this bass fishing class seminar, Mike Iaconelli talks about selecting the right trailer. Often anglers will put any old trailer on the back of a bait. Ike is here to tell you that selecting the right trailer can be just as important as selecting the right bait. In this
Pete Gluszek offers advice for how to effectively target and catch bass on large bodies of water. Pete will also prepare you for how to fish when the wind picks up and the waves get big.
Bassmaster Elite Series bass fishing tournament pro Jamie Hartman is back on the water to talk about a killer smallmouth technique using a jig he helped design. The bait is called a Riot Baits Lil' Creeper Jig. In this 13-minute instructional video, Jamie discusses the equipment
Understanding what the bass eat may be one of the most overlooked elements in bass fishing! Pete Gluszek will teach about forage such as shad, herring, crawfish, gobies, perch, sunfish, etc. Understanding the forage will help you to become more effective at selecting lures with the action, size, and color
The information is very valuable, priceless, it has helped me catch more fish on the water and improve my tournament fishing.
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
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
Professional bass tournament fishing pro Bill Lowen loves throwing a swim jig, and has been doing it to catch big bass for over 20 years. He begins by telling the story of how he happened upon the swim jig technique, and how it's help him make cuts in top-level fishing