During the summer months, the bass fishing can often be red hot as bass feed aggressively throughout the day and night. However, there are also times when the fishing gets tough due to fishing pressure, high water temperatures, and a lake-wide party on the lake with pleasure boaters! Ish Monroe
Bassmaster Classic Champion Davy Hite uses cranking to cover water and find bass fast! In this class, Davy offers advice for anglers of all skill levels and he explains the tactics and tips that have helped him consistently catch big bass throughout his career.
Brian Latimer is here to tell you that all the best equipment and fishing execution will only get you so far, if you can't properly control your boat. There's a world of difference between bank fishing, or fishing from the back of the boat, and having to approach and maintain
Bass University co-founder and BASS tournament champion, Mike "Ike" Iaconelli is on the water to talk about casting spoons, like the Johnson Silver Minnow Spoon. When conditions are tough or the baitfish are small, the casting spoon can be dynamite. In this 18-minute video, Mike covers
All about soft stick baits – Pete Gluszek's tricks, tips, and rigging methods for the “magic hotdog”.
Jacob provides information on his best power tactics for catching aggressive bass feeding heavily after the spawn. However, he also dives-in to the infamous "Post-Spawn Funk" to offer his best advice for catching finicky bass that are often very difficult to catch.
Cranking is one of the most effective ways to catch aggressive, feeding frenzy bass after the spawn is over. Davy Hite is an expert of catching these post spawn bass on crankbaits and he will discuss the best baits, how to locate the bass, and more tips for capitalizing
An advanced look from Mike McClelland at the most cutting-edge tactics and techniques for hardbait fishing from the pre-spawn up to the spawning phase.
The Ned rig is a great finesse fishing technique, but it excels in open water situations. What about when you want to fish a finesse technique like the Ned rig around vegetation and skip it around cover without getting hung up? Mike Iaconelli introduces a new finesse bass fishing technique developed
Learning as much as you can about the fishing lures that you use is critical to consistently catching good bass! John Crews' class is an incredible in-depth look into his best lures that he relies on with specifics on the why, when, how, where, and when questions.
In this seminar, George Cochran gives you his tip and tricks on how to use the wacky-rig worm effectively.
Fred Roumbanis describes scenarios of fishing matted vegetation and offers advice for when to target the bass with either a frog or with flipping jigs and soft plastics. Fred also discusses when and how the bass will use the matted vegetation for cover and to ambush baitfish.
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
Seth Feider loves catching smallmouth, and he proved it by finishing 1st and 2nd in the last two events of the 2016 BASS Elite Season. Unbelieveably, Feider's smallmouth averaged over 5lbs. each on Minnesota's Mille Lacs Lake, where he caught 76lbs. 5oz. with 15 fish at the 2016 Toyota Bassmaster