Rip rap, boulders, pea gravel, bluffs and rocks are a very important in bass fishing, as bass and their food sources often relate to various types of rocks throughout the year. Listen closely to this class from Ott DeFoe, as he helps anglers understand how to locate key rock
FLW Outdoors bass fishing tournament champion JT Kenney joins Bass University at iCast 2017 (also Mark Zona, briefly). JT talks about his Nichols JT's Grass Wizard Jig: the design, why it works, and where not to fish it. Kenney also shares some jig
Over the years, Gerald Swindle has provided some of the most motivational and informative bass fishing seminars at The Bass University. This seminar is no different. Gerald is known as a successful junk fisherman, but that doesn't mean he's running around the lake throwing every lure in his tackle box
Want to learn how to locate bass fishing targets on a new pond or small lake? Pete Gluszek is fishing at a new pond he's never fished before. He starts by slowly moving around the pond to identify "targets". Targets are areas where you want to cast, because they are likely
Frogs are well known for catching big bass and to Fred Roumbanis, frogs are the tool that have helped him climb the professional bass tournament ladder. Fred will discuss the proper tackle and gear, but you will also gain insight into how Fred chooses frogs to match other wildlife throughout
Josh Bertrand demonstrates what to do when you find a big group or "school" of largemouth or smallmouth bass relating to various depth ranges. He discusses his best methods for getting the first bite to "fire them up", tips for targeting the largest fish in the school, and ways
Professional tournament bass fishing angler Mike "Ike" Iaconelli is here to talk about some fundamental items you want to bring when preparing for a fishing trip. Particularly new bass fishermen and women may not be sure how to best select items to carry. After all, when bank fishing, the more
Jason Christie joins The Bass University for another information bass fishing seminar. In this video, Jason Christie talks about breaking down a body of water. This focuses on a new body of water, but often applying these principles to places you fish all the time, to help break your pattern.
Understanding the sonar electronics on your boat is an extremely important component to locating bass throughout the year. Tennessee's Ott DeFoe has a great amount of experience using electronics to locate bass and most importantly, he is one of the best instructors for teaching others about how they can
Gerald Swindle is a 2x Bassmaster Angler-of-the-Year who, in 2019, switched to fishing the MLF Bass Pro Tour. Gman lives on Guntersville and has spent a fair amount of time fishing for bass on ledges. In this informative and entertaining 1 hour and 8 minute bass fishing class seminar, Gerald
We asked Adrian to choose a few techniques that are guaranteed fish catchers during all seasons on all bodies of water that have bass. Adrian will share his best presentations that will help you hook more bass and bigger bass this year.
Swimming Jigs is often a misunderstood technique! Fred ‘Boom-Boom’ Roumbanis has developed several tactics for these horizontal presentations, along with his Pepper Custom Signature Series Swim Jigs!
In this 49-minute bass fishing educational video seminar, Bassmaster Elite Series tournament angler and recent Bass Open champion Mike McClelland talks about catching fish in cold winter conditions. McCleland talks about the importanct of safety, warmth and overall preparedness for cold weather fishing. Mike discusses the advances in electronics and what
Bryan will walk you through the when, where's and how's to hop and pop his favorite topwater the Damiki Air Frog.