Bassmaster Elite Series bass fishing tournament champion Mike "Ike" Iaconelli talks about one of his favorite lures for catching post-spawn and summer bass, the swim jig. Mike used a swim jig to win a Federation National tournament early in his career, 1998, on the Red River. Mike loves fishing swim
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!
For the first time presenting with The Bass University, Zona's Awesome Fishing Show host Mark Zona was in Kokomo, Indiana to talk about fishing docks differently. Mark Zona is an experienced bass angler, Bassmaster sportscaster/commentator/emcee and entertaining fishing show host. He's all about learning and consuming any information he can that
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
Are you tired of soaking your lure in the same tired spot, hoping to scrounge up a limit in your bass fishing tournament? Bryan Thrift thinks it may be time for you to get your foot on the gas and run & gun your way to bigger bass, tageting actively
BASS Elite Series anglers join Mike "Ike" Iaconelli for The Bass University Live from ICAST 2018. John Crews, owner or Missile Bait company and Caleb Sumrall, 6th Sense pro join Mike Iaconelli at ICAST 2018
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
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
In the December, 2017 episode of Bass University Live, we welcome 2017 Bassmaster Classic champion Jordan Lee! This episode is dedicated to fishing jigs. Many tournaments are won with this bait, and lots of people swear by it as the go-to big fish/kicker fish bait. There's one problem for the
JT Kenney knows a thing or two about fishing jigs. People ask him all the time, "What's your favorite jig?". JT Kenney responds, "Favorite jig for what?". That's exactly what this seminar is about. Fishing jigs is not a one-size-fits-all affair. There are several different styles of jigs, and further,
Bryan Schmitt, who recently finished second in the Bassmaster Open tournament on the Harris Chain in Florida, joins The Bass University to talk about the tackle he uses to fish a swim jig for bass. Bryan talks about the rod size and action he likes, the type and size of
Professional bass angler and fishing guide Dave Mansue would pick a jig, if he could only use one bait. The reason? More tournament money has been won on a jig than any other bass lure. There are several different types of jigs, and Dave talks about the characteristics to look for
Bassmaster Classic bass fishing tournament champion Mark Davis joins The Bass University in Gadsden, Alabama to talk about deep water structure fishing. Some anglers get structure and cover confused. Structure is the bottom contour, the makeup of the bottom, which can best be represented with contour lines on a map.
This bass fishing instructional video is a continuation of Pete's Spawn Fishing Bass Beds You Can't See Seminar, where he shared the baits that he used to target spawning fish he's unable to see. In this 16-minute video, Gluszek will show you how he surveys the habitat