JT Kenney is fishing some canals in Florida in search for Florida strain bass. There's a storm coming in, but he and Pete start fishing a stretch of canal in search of some bass. Our live broadcast is interrupted by a short break for inclement weather.
In this bass fishing live
You can't always run around your favorite spot with the trolling motor on 70+ slinging your favorite search bait and catch tournament-winning bass. Particularly on high-pressured lakes like Guntersville and Chickamauga. Sometimes you have to take a more stealthy approach. In this bass fishing class seminar video, Lee Livesay shares
"Bed fishing" isn't always "sight fishing". The Bass University LIVE team discusses blind bed fishing during the spawn when you aren't able to see the beds. If you have stained or muddy water this Spring, watch this video to learn how to catch bass that are moving up, making beds,
Jared Lintner loves to punch matted vegetation for bass. He grew up fishing grass lakes in California and it's one of his favorite things to do. In this on the water bass fishing class, Jared will talk specifically about the tackle he uses to punch mats.
0:49 Jared Lintner's
In this second segment of a campfire interview with JT Kenney and Pete Gluszek, as a retired angler, JT Kenney talks about some various tournament angling topics:
0:00 Tournament drama, fights, run-ins and disagreements
9:40 JT Kenney's buddies out on tour
13:33 What is your opinion of
FLW bass fishing tournament angler John Hunter is back on the water to talk about bladed jigs (sometimes called a chatterbait) and the tackle/gear you will need to fish one effectively. John begins with the seasons where the bladed jig excels. He then goes into the importance of color selection and weight.
Bass University TV's Pete Gluszek is on the water to talk about a great year-round techniquefor catching bass. Often fished with a finesse bait, this technique is fished using power fishing equipment. The Carolina rig doesn't just catch small fish, as it's often accused of doing, but it will catch
Like many bass anglers, topwater bass fishing is Jacob Wheeler's favorite way to catch bass. It's exciting and it wins tournaments. In this remastered bass fishing class seminar video, Jacob Wheeler walks you through his 4 favorite topwater bass fishing baits, the tackle he uses to fish each, the times
MLF pros Ish Monroe and James Watson (Worldwide) join Pat Renwick to talk about topwater fishing, specifically buzzbaits. Learn the attributes that Ish Monroe looks for in a good buzzbait, how to add squeak to your buzzbait, when to throw the buzzbait instead of the whopper plopper, and James Watson's
This Bass University Live was recorded August 16th, 2017 with special guests Kurt Dove and 2017 FLW Outdoors Forrest Wood Cup Champion Justin Atkins, who caught nearly 60lbs. using a Ima Little Stik to win the tournament at Lake Murray. Justin
Major League Fishing bass fishing tournament pro Mike "Ike" Iaconelli loves to fish topwater frogs. They produce explosive bites, so they're fun, but they're also great for casting and fishing in places where other lures aren't an option. Some vegetation severely limits your lures selection, but topwater frogs, with their
Fred "Boom Boom" Roumbanis & Pete Gluszek our out on big bass paradise, El Salto with Anglers Inn talking about fishing topwater frogs. Fred and Pete talk about how you don't have to fish a frog just in cases where you feel like bass are eating frogs. This is important
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
When it first showed up on the scene, the Alabama rig (aka umbrella rig, aka the chandelier) would catch them pretty much anywhere you threw it. As it's aged, it's fallen into it's own niche. There are great times to throw this rig where/when it will catch them far better