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Mike McClelland is well-known as a jerkbait fisherman. Growing up, he liked to tinker with Smithwick Rogues and other jerkbaits of the time, adding weight, changing hooks and split rings to get the right buoyancy and action. Since that time, Mike has designed a series of (4) SPRO
Clent Davis has spent most of his life fishing tailraces. Some of the techniques have evolved, and bass are a little more particular about what they bite these days. Thankfully, there are some great techniques that still catch bass from Spring to Fall. Clent is here to share his bass
Bryan New's home lake is Lake Wylie, and something that he's confident about on lakes in the Carolinas is the ability to sight fish all the way through to Fall. Now, he's not targeting the traditional bass on the bed when sight fishing, but there are other things going on
Fred Roumbanis likes to put his trolling motor on 60-80% and just go all day. Covering water is key and he likes to fish fast. Lots of guys cover water with search baits like crankbaits. Fred believes that a swim jig offers a fast-moving bait with a single hook that
Brandon Cobb is know for fishing a buzzbait, and, given the right conditions, he will fish it all year. Brandon also loves fishing other topwater (and slightly sub-surface baits), and there are times that they will outperform a buzzbait. He believes that there are some big fish that are more
Hair jigs were a go-to bait for Northern bass anglers, particularly smallmouth in cold water, but was somewhat forgotten about for years. Hair jigs, marabou jigs and bucktail jigs burst back onto the season several years ago, and now they are a prominent fixture again, particularly as the ice begins
Are you ready to find bass on a new body of water with a crankbait? Brandon Palaniuk loves using crankbaits as a search tool. In this bass fishing class seminar video, Palaniuk breaks down some maps to demonstrate areas where bass should setup (and places you should look) during different
In this remastered bass fishing seminar class video, Ott Defoe shares seasonal patterns and tips for fishing a new body of water. Ott discusses highland and lowland reservoirs as well as various types of river systems. Watch this video if you want to know how to attack any new lake
Jeff 'Gussy' Gustafson is a Bassmaster Elite Series tournament bass fishing angler who hails from The Great White North. He's spent most of his life in pursuit of bronzebacks, and his bass fishing experience has translated into solid tournament success as a pro at the top level for nearly a decade.
In this remastered bass fishing class seminar, George Cochran was recently-retired and ready to share all the fish-catching secrets. George is begins by talking about the tackle that he uses for fishing wacky worms, and he shares that it's not exactly conventional by today's fishing standards. This seminar focuses mainly
In the bass fishing community, there are lots of "standards" for temperatures when things happen. Bass start moving up when the water reaches this temperature, they go back in the creeks in the Fall when it gets down to this temperature. While these can serve as a general rule of
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
2020 Bassmaster Classic champion Hank Cherry joins The Bass University to talk about a dynamite technique that catches a lot of big fish, swimming a jig. In this 41-minute bass fishing class seminar, Hank shares tackle, tips and tricks for fishing a swim jig throughout all 4 seasons. You'll learn
Almost every body of water has riprap, whether it's for roads & railroad tracks, for jetties or residential bank stabilization, you can usually find stretches of chunk rock, brick, concrete blocks or even old tires. Usually these man-made features are to stop bank erosion or control the current, but they
This is a true, fully-comprehensive masterclass on fishing tail spinners! Mike Iaconelli sets the standard that will never be challenged by covering this topic in a nearly 2 hour bass fishing class seminar. Everything you could possibly ever want to know about tail spinners at an hour more for good
Many people feel that a jerkbait is a Winter or perhaps Winter/Spring fishing lure. Matt Arey was in Anderson, SC to teach a bass fishing class seminar on fishing jerkbaits in every season. It's important to note that you don't fish the same jerkbait, the same way, using the same
Even if you don't like fishing clear water, at some point, you'll probably find yourself fishing it, particularly if you're a tournament bass angler. In this bass fishing video seminar, Stetson Blaylock, Bassmaster Elite Series fisherman, shares some seasonal tips for best baits for each season and how to fish
The percentage triangle is the concept Brandon Palaniuk uses for locating high percentage areas where the bass are likely to be, based on the season and water temperature. The next time you study a lake map, you will be able to utilize the percentage triangle to locate big bass for
In a world dominated by dropshotting, with swimbaits being the new hot technique, old standards like spinnerbaits and crankbaits are often forgotten. Not by Wesley Strader, he has them on the deck during almost every tournament and his record speaks for itself. Strader will teach you why you shouldn't disregard
Ott Defoe is known for winning tournaments fishing in the river, including accessing some hard-to-reach places with a jet boat. There are several variables to consider when fishing for bass in a river system. Lots of rivers have navigational hazards, and flow rates and rain can change the depth quickly, which
"Yes, but how do I win bass fishing tournaments?". Lots of bass fisherman are involved in tournaments at some level, whether is club tournaments, some weekend events, or multi-day Opens or Tour-level events. Some tournaments have a few competitors, most have enough to make the odds of winning fairly low.
In this remastered bass fishing seminar class video, Mike Iaconelli breaks down the Fall/Autumn season into 2 main periods, the early fall feed and the late fall transition. Bait plays a big part in where to find bass in the fall, and the bass are going to follow there food.
Zack Birge joins Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek on an all new Bass University Live recorded 9/29. The topic of discussion is fishing the fall transition, finding and catching the bass as they move from their summer haunts to feed up for the winter.
Aaron Martens was in Tulsa, Oklahoma in the winter to conduct a bass fishing class seminar on seasonal water temperatures. Water temperature is one of the most important factors in determining bass location and activity level. Aaron Martens takes a seasonal approach to discussing the changing water temperatures, how fish