Now that he is retired, legendary pro angler George Cochran reveals his best crankbaits from over 35 years of fishing professionally! George talks in-depth about the exact baits that helped him to catch countless bass across the United States and earn consistent paychecks from tournament-to-tournament.
Pete Gluszek, the Dean of the Bass University welcomes FLW professional tournament angler Brandon Cobb. They talk about targeting largemouth or spots, and how the seasonal change separates the two species. Lake Hartwell also has a couple of types of grass right now, and Brandon shares why it's there and
Oh Golly it's topwater time with Shaw Grigsby! Shaw absolutely loves fishing topwater baits throughout the year in his home state of Florida. However, when the conditions are right for topwater fishing, you will find Shaw slinging topwaters in search of big bass throughout the country! "Topwater is
This is an 11-minute bass fishing instructional video on how to locate spawning bass and how to identify bass on beds. Bass University's "Dean" Pete Gluszek takes you on the water to talk about areas to target when looking for bedding bass. He will help you determine how to efficiently survey
BASS Open Champion Pete Gluszek will teach you how to catch spawning bass that you can't see. In this 16-minute on-the-water seminar, Pete Gluszek in the backwater areas of a river, where you might normally sight fish, but since the water is stained, he'll teach you how to blind fish
FLW bass fishing pro and Bassmaster Open angler JT Kenney begins the seminar by addressing a student's question about tannic water. JT fishes a lot of this water in Florida and shares with you his experience concerning color and bait selection for this blackish clear water, which is caused by
Professional bass fishing tournament angler Scott Suggs wants an "idiot proof" bait, you take it out of the package, your fire it out, wind it in, and if you don't catch fish, you essentially have the wrong spot, the wrong color or the wrong season. With the wake bait, Scott
FLW tournament bass fishing angler Scott Suggs joins The Bass Univeristy in Kokomo, Indiana to talk about sight fishing for bedding bass. Scott starts by talking about eyewear and how lens color needs change with water clarity and weather conditions. He also talks about what baits he uses to catch
2018 Bassmaster Elite Series Angler Matt Herren joined The Bass University for the first time as an instructor in Gadsden, Alabama. Matt is a long-time bass tournament angler who has been fishing the Elite Series since 2009 and BASS invitationals since 1994! Matt spent many of his formative years fishing
JT Kenney is a wizard at fishing aquatic vegetation. Few anglers understand the subtle strategies when it comes to fishing in the vast field of lily pads. JT teaches about his approach when fishing lily pads & his most effective lures.
Pete Gluszek covers reading weather patterns, water level changes, and adjusting to fishing pressure. Learn how to analyze the past, present, and future weather conditions when making a game-plan and on-the-water decisions. Pete also describes how the weather can affect fish movements and how quickly to make decisions when the
Bassmaster tournament bass fishing 2-time champion John Murray shares some information about the quickly-developing area of fishing for suspended bass. Ever wonder why this fish in the tank at Bass Pro are often just sitting in the open area water in the middle of that tank, when there's perfect cover
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,
Bassmaster Elite Series bass fishing tournament angler and 2017 Bassmaster Northern Open Champion Ott Defoe returns to The Bass University to for another informative seminar on fishing a jig. Professional bass anglers are constantly asked, "If you only had one lure to fish, what would it be?", and most anglers