Sometimes when you don't get a hook in a fish, or the fish swipes at the bait, which often happens with reaction baits, like crankbaits, buzzbaits, chatterbaits and spinnerbaits. What do you do to get them in the boat? Sometimes called follow-up baits, these baits are meant to land those
Carl Jocumsen is on the Harris Chain in Florida in January. He's going to go over how he uses his Humminbird Solix electronics to locate offshore grass clumps, which is how he finished well in the first Bassmaster Open of 2019.
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This is an 11-minute bass fishing instructional video on how to locate spawning bass and how to identify bass on beds. Bass University's "Dean" Pete Gluszek takes you on the water to talk about areas to target when looking for bedding bass. He will help you determine how to efficiently survey
Major League Fishing professional bass tournament angler Jacob Powroznik is on the water with The Bass University to talk about how to catch FINicky bass using a wacky worm. Learn what rod, reel, line, leader, bait and hook Jacob uses to fish this technique, along with places to fish and
Ott Defoe joins the Bass University Live in March 2019 to talk about tournaments and big bass. Pete Gluszek and Ott Defoe field loads of questions from Bass University subscribers along with a new "Who Fished it Better" challenge.
In this on water bass fishing class video, Pete Gluszek talks about the finer details of walking the dog that he learned from fishing with a fellow bass fishing pro, then Mike talks about the preferred equipment setup for frog fishing. Lastly, Mike and Pete talk about some of the best places
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are on the water talking about how to select a target when presented with a multitude of cover.
"The Dean of The Bass University" Pete Gluszek heads out to do some live video fishing the day after the 2019 Bassmaster Classic. While searching for bass, Pete answers some viewer questions about techniques and equipment.
Pete "The Dean" Gluszek is back on the water to tell you how to handle rising waters.
Gerald Swindle had sort of a "burned out" moment a few years ago, he wasn't fishing as much because he loved it, and more time was being spent on business priorities. Gerald realized that he's always loved fishing, and that he wanted to make decisions that allowed him to "keep
Rip rap is traditionally what people call rocks, cynderblocks, chunks of concrete or any sort of stone-like material that's used to stop erosion around shorelines, bridge pilings, etc. They are also great habitat for bass! In this on the water bass fishing class video, Pete Gluszek will share tips for
Why target fishing for bass? Pete Gluszek and Mike Iaconelli talk about the excitement of fishing in general, but why they have a passion for bass fishing. Bass are almost everywhere in the US, so it's accessible. Also, a bass is a very exciting fish to catch, they're aggressive, they often
While some top-level bass fishing tournament trails have outlawed the umbrella rig, and some states have a limit of the number of baits that can have hooks, the umbrella rig (aka Alabama rig) is a great way to catch numbers of fish and trigger bites from big bass. The rig
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek host Bass University TV LIVE, a bass fishing web show, where they discuss the latest training classes and PRO subscribers can ask questions and win prizes! Live shows are free to watch, so watch for our newsletter for the next show, which is