Bass Fishing Videos:
Matt Arey is a 12-year FLW pro that moved to the Bassmaster Elite Series in 2019 and qualified for the Bassmaster Classic in his first year on tour. Matt has a 1-2 punch approach to having big females show themselves and using another bait to get them to commit, if
From tiny synthetic jigs for smallmouth to big bucktail jigs on ledges and everything in between. This is an old school technique that is having a resurgence in the bass fishing world. In certain conditions, the hair jig can really dominate. Seasonal patterns, technique and selecting the right
Jacob shares an inside look at his best topwater presentations and tips to help anglers of all skill levels receive more strikes on top.
Pete Gluszek discusses bass fishing with Spinnerbaits in this bass fishing instructional seminar.
Greg Hackney provides an in-depth presentation of how he uses sonar and GPS electronics to locate bass in shallow water, deep water, and among various types of cover and structure. Greg also explains the details of the latest innovations in sonar such as side imaging, down imaging, key settings,
Special considerations for fishing and navigating the great lakes for big bass.
Randy says that the mid-depths of the water column are the most overlooked and he will show you his best crankbaits. Randy will also share his knowledge of the latest innovations in sound technology with crankbaits.
Grass fishing expert, JT Kenney analyzes grass fishing strategies and techniques in his new 44 minute class on Bass U TV. This is a very informative class that will help all anglers improve their skills at locating bass in various types of vegetation and trigger more bites!
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?"
Adrian Avena started out as a youth and college angler with a passion to learn more about fishing. He even attended Bass University classes! Adrian will cover how he got started on his road to become a professional angler, tips for anglers of all skill levels and ages, things that
Many anglers only fish jerkbaits in the spring and fall, this is a huge mistake! Mark will show you how to fish jerkbaits all year long by analyzing water temperatures, various jerkbaits, and retrieves, and more.
Based on water temperature changes throughout the year, Mark will explain the various cranking techniques and crankbait selection tips that are appropriate for the conditions that you face on a body of water.
Lots of people ask professional bass fishing tourmanent champion Mike Iaconelli, "When should I switch from power fishing to finesse fishing techniques?". Power fishing is fishing baits fast, big heavy jigs in cover, winding and ripping big crankbait or spinnerbaits, etc. This is Ike's favorite way to fish. In this
Davy Hite has won big on the Bassmaster Elite Series with big baits. Davy focuses his presentation on his favorite big baits for "head hunting" for quality fish which are Mop Jigs, swimbaits, giant soft plastics, huge crankbaits, and more.
Hey Pete! I just want to say thank you for creating such a great platform as Bass University TV. I subscribed after Bobby Lane won the Bassmaster Open at the Kissimmee Chain last month which I fished as a Co-Angler. I’ve been getting a lot out of it.
Gerald Swindle, 2-time BASS angler of the Year, is out fishing for some deep summer bass with his Summer Ledge Fishing Starting Line Up Lures. Gerald is going to take you step-by-step through elimating lures and keying in on the right bait, according
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
Want to learn how to catch bass limits in minutes during the spring/early summer? In this bass fishing video, Bassmaster Elite Series Champion Ott Defoe will teach you how to take advantage of the bass all-you-can-eat buffet known as "the bait spawn". On many lakes, this is the shad spawn,