Luke Dunkin joins The Bass University on the Tennessee River in this bass fishing video to talk about fishing bluff banks. Luke believes that bluffs are a great spot to fish for bass throughout the entire year and he's here to share all the secret tips from his years of
This Bass University TV Live bass fishing talk show was recorded Dec. 21st, 2016 with special guests Kevin VanDam and Gary Klein. Live shows are scheduled about once per month, and are free for anyone to watch. PRO subscribers can ask questions and win prizes during live shows. Be
Fletcher Shryock will demonstrate how to pick apart and dissect heavy cover when flipping and pitching to elevate your fishing to the next level.
Mark Zona return to The Bass University on the water to talk about when to use a walking pencil-style topwater bait (like the Megabass Dog-X Diamante) vs a topwater chugger or popper (like a Strike King HC KVD Splash Popper).
Are you interested in going out and catching the biggest bass that live in a lake? There are a lot of techniques that will help you catch numbers of fish, for the most this is not one of them. Punching matted vegetation is basically a broom stick, heavy braided line and
Mark Zona has done countless instructional videos on the traditional way of fishing a tube, a tube and an exposed hook jighead pushed up into the cavity of the tube. Today, he's joined The Bass University to talk about another way to fish a tube for bass.
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Bassmaster Elite Series angler and frequent Bass University Live co-host Greg DiPalma is on the water to take you through setting up and properly utilizing your Humminbird electronics. In this class, Greg talks about everything from setting up the unit to optional charting and mapping SD card add-ons. Learn how
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
Pete Gluszek is back on the water, after launching is boat and having a great day on the water fishing, he's ready to put his boat back on the trailer. Pete is headed into the marina and talks about everything from "no wake zones" to avoiding damage to your boat.
Professional bass tournament anglers Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek break down the typical main lake point and talk about what makes up a sweet spot (current, contour, bottom composition, etc.), where fish will group together and feed. Since Ike and Pete catch several fish in one specific area, it's important
Mike Iaconelli is on the water showing everyone how he breaks down an area and makes it smaller and smaller until he narrows it down onto the "sweet spot."
On this episde of The Bass University On the Water from Lake Lanier, we are joined by Rob Jordan, who wants to share some tips for fishing underspins and swimbaits in the late winter and early spring for spotted bass.
0:18 Rob Jordan's 1-2 punch for catching big spotted
There's a big misconception within a large portion of the bass fishing community that shaky heads only catch small fish. While they will certainly catch small fish, Bryan Thrift is here to tell you that they catch big, tournament-winning fish as well. In this on the water bass fishing instructional
Bobby Lane is here to help you decide when to fish straight tail worms (or worms with very subtle action) vs curly tail/ribbon tails (which have a lot of action). Bobby shares a simple approach to tackle for these techniques, one baitcaster setup and one spinning setup. Lane then dives