John Crews is back on the water with Bass University TV. In a previous video, John talked about the Tackle for Fishing a Punchshot or Tokyo Rig. In this video, should you choose to fish this rig, John Crews will show you
In January 2019, Missile Baits founder John Crews joined The Bass University in Edison, NJ to talk about the top 5 soft plastic baits and share some tips on fishing them. John starts off with some history of the soft plastic lure, including some of the pioneers, like Nick Creme,
Mike Iaconelli is on the water explaining what he likes in a crankbait rod for each situation he is in.
Pete Gluszek is the Dean of The Bass University, and in 2019, he was in Columbus, OH to teach a bass fishing class seminar titled "Fishing on the Edge", which is also the title of another angler's autobiography. In this class, Pete talks about the best times to fish edges,
Squarebills (sometimes written square bills) are a great treble hook bait to deflect off cover (and there aren't a lot of those). In this remastered bass fishing seminar class video, Kevin Short provides a great overview of when, where and how to fish plastic and balsa wood squarebill crankbaits. K-Pink shares
In this on-the-water bass fishing video, Pete Gluszek talks about one of his favorite things to do, fish for smallmouth. Specifically fishing tidal rivers for smallmouth bass. If you fish tidal rivers, like the Hudson River or Delaware River this video will help you learn how to catch smallmouth and
Brian Latimer is back on Lake Hartwell to show you how to catch prespawn spotted bass with a crankbait. Hartwell has a mix of bass, this video will focus on locating and targeting spotted bass while cranking before the spawn.
0:25 Targeting spotted bass with a crankbait
Fred Roumbanis talks about the subject of schooling bass in this fishing educational seminar class video, which was recorded in Kokomo, IN in early 2020. Bass will school by nature, but they are more prone to do it at certain times of year. Follow along as Fred shares some of
John Murray started as a West coast angler and moved to TVA lakes in Tennessee. Through his tournament bass fishing career, he's fished all over the country and found that crankbaits will catch them anywhere, but not always the same crankbaits, same colors, same angles or same retrieves. Check out
Bassmaster Elite Series angler John Crews joined the Bass University in Edison, New Jersey in January. John was there to talk about being consistent by being versatile and vice versa. Making the right adjustments will allow you the consistency you need to be a successful weekend angler and an accomplished
Bassmaster Elite Series tournament angler John Crews has been fishing from bass boats for decades. Unlike driving a car, most people don't get driver training for bass boats, many which will go 70+ mph and have no brakes! Learning how to drive a bass boat can either be trial and
Josh Bertrand has been fishing the Bassmaster Elite Series since 2013, and some of his favorite fishing is up north in the Great Lakes. In part, because Josh loves catching big 4lb smallmouth consistently, and the Great Lakes is a prime location to land those big smallies. In this
Bassmaster Elite Series angler Matt Herren returned to The Bass University in Gadsden, AL to discuss an old school bait, that many anglers have put away, and many young anglers have never thrown. Proven fish-catchers, balsa baits have often been displaced by plastic-bodied plugs in the modern tackle box. Learn
John Crews joins The Bass University in Kokomo, Indiana to talk about super deep diving crankbaits. Super deep cranking (reaching 17ft+) is a relatively new technique, thanks to baits like the Strike King 10XD Crankbait, designed by Phil Marks, who won some serious cash with