Many anglers describe the post-spawn phase as one of the most difficult times to get bass to bite, hence the name "Post Spawn Funk". Jason Christie will help identify how to recognize this phase and he will also share his incredible tricks for overcoming these obstacles to catch those lethargic
Smallmouth Bass are notorious for their ability to move and become difficult to relocate. Jonathon VanDam’s knowledge of the seasonal movements of smallmouth bass will help you save valuable time so that you can spend less time searching and more time catching big brown bass!
Fletcher Shryock will teach you everything you need to know for dissecting the enormous Great Lakes to locate, and catch those giant smallmouth.
In this seminar, George Cochran gives you his tip and tricks on how to use the wacky-rig worm effectively.
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
How to approach those days you know fishing will be tough, be it weather conditions, fishing pressure, or marginal fisheries.
This seminar was originally titled "Are You Tough Enough?"
Learn more about the flipping technique with emphasis on targeting and catching smallmouth bass from one of the best flippers in professional bass fishing, Greg Hackney. Hackney recommends that "keeping your approach simple" is one of the most important factors that will help every angler focus. A simple approach
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
Throwing frogs around vegetation is one of Scott Martin's favorite techniques for catching big bass! There is much more to it than tying on a frog, casting it out across the water, and working it back to the boat. An angler has to have the right lure and the right
Fred Roumbanis and Pete Gluszek talk about a couple of recent seminars released at The Bass University, Topwater Frog Fishing Demonstration and Frog Fishing on the Water. These seminars are focuesed on Fred's new topwater frogs from Stanford Baits, the
Florida's Shaw Grigsby is well known for being a sight fishing expert. Shaw's class on sight fishing techniques covers how to catch the bass that you can see during the bass spawn, but he also gives advice for other seasons such as how to catch cruising bass during the fall!
Be Successful Topwater Frog Fishing
2:05 Fred Roumbanis's froggin' equipment
10:05 Boom booms frog
15:20 Frog fishing season
27:20 Retrieve for topwater frog fishing
36:05 Frog color choices
43:00 Topwater frog fishing question & answer
For Fred Roumbanis, throwing a frog is a confidence
As with most everything the G-Man does, he taught The Bass University's classroom how to keep their jig selection "SIMPLE". Following Gerald's approach to Jig Selection just might make life a whole lot easier! All together "G" guided the class through the "When, Where, and Which" jig to tie on
How and when to use smaller profile baits such as jigs and soft plastics to power flip with for BIG results!