Bass Fishing Videos:
Search for 'cold front'
JT Kenney is on the water to talk about the tackle he uses and demonstrate how to fish the Mag Ned rig, which is an upscaled Ned rig, using the Nichols JT Magnum Ned Rig Jig Head. If you've ever wanted to
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are on Toledo Bend in the spring, with water temperatures in the 60s, with the water falling and a cold front moving in. The fish are moving to the bank, but because of the dropping water, and cooler weather, they aren't locking onto beds. 1:13 Where do
In late January, Carl Jocumsen finished near the top 10% in the first Bassmaster Eastern Open bass fishing tournament, which was held on the Harris Chain of lakes. Directly after the tournament, Carl took The Bass University out to an erea where he caught about 40 bass in 2 hours
JT Kenney is fishing some canals in Florida in search for Florida strain bass. There's a storm coming in, but he and Pete start fishing a stretch of canal in search of some bass. Our live broadcast is interrupted by a short break for inclement weather. In this bass fishing live
Mike Iaconelli is winter fishing and in a cold front with high pressure. Some of the worst conditions you can face. 45 degree water temperature and cold winter air temperature driving it down further can make for a tough day of bass fishing. Mike Iaconelli talks about preparing the rods
Mike Iaconelli has been challenged to go out in early winter cold front conditions and catch a 5 bass limit in 2 hours. Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek streamed this on the water live on November 14th, 2018 on a Northeastern US lake. The lake has cold, relatively-clear water and
Bass Open tournament angler Pete "The Dean" Gluszek is talks about fishing and catching fish with a finesse crankabit. You may be asking yourself, "What is a finesse crankbait?". Mr. Gluszek explains that a finesse crankbait differs from a regular crankbait in that it usually has a tighter wobble, silent
Why does BASS Open champion Pete Gluszek love the fall? Firstly, less fishing pressure! People are out hunting, back in school and preparing for the holidays, which means fewer anglers out trying to catch bass. Also, fish are moving and feeding up. In this video, Pete will answer the following
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are on the water doing some early spring crankbait bass fishing. It's prespawn with changing water conditions that are keeping bass from moving onto the beds to spawn. Mike and Pete discuss the area they're fishing, which has milfoil, along with what baits they're
Finesse swimbaits are among the most natural lures that an angler can present to bass. John Crews describes his best presentations and scenarios for fishing with finesse swimbaits, which can be the difference in catching more bass during tough situations such as cold fronts and fishing pressure.