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Mike Iaconelli, professional bass fishing tournament angler and host of 'Fish My City' travel destination fishing show on Nat Geo WILD, is back on the water with The Bass Univeristy to help you catch more bass when conditions are tough and bass won't bite. Previously, Mike introduced some finesse lures
Michael Iaconelli (aka Ike), the 2003 Bassmaster Classic bass fishing tournament champion, new MLF Bass Pro Tour angler and host of "Fish My City" on Nat Geo WILD joins The Bass University TV on the water to talk about his emergency plan when a day of fishing is going off
Bass tournament angler Chris Zaldain loves finesse fishing. One of the reasons is that it catches all kinds of bass, all species (including the commonly saught-after largemouth, smallmouth and spotted varieties) as well as all sizes. Chris shows a photo of a 12lb. largemouth he caught in California with a
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 Classic Champion and angler-of-the-year bass tournament angler Mike "Ike" Iaconelli is talking about a hot new technique that's catching lots of hard-to-catch bass. The technique is spybaiting or fishing spybaits (also spelled "spy baiting" or "spy baits" or known as "spin baits" or "spinbaiting" in different circles). When Mike
In this episode of Bass University TV Live, we are joined by Adrian Avena. Like Pete Gluszek, today's host, Avena is a Northern angler, an FLW alumnus and BASS tournament angler. Avena narrowly missed qualifying for the Bassmaster Classic in 2017. Today, Pete Gluszek and Adrian Avena are talking about
Bass fishing tournament champion Ish Monroe is talking about flipping in heavily pressured lakes in this 56-minute fishing instructional how-to seminar. Ish Monroe has been fishing professionally for about 2 decades and qualified for 10 Bassmaster Classics. Ish Monroe is the kind of angler that doesn't like to switch off
In this 1 hour bass fishing instructional video, you will learn how to catch more bass and win tournaments on heavily pressured bodies of water. Primarily, Charlie Hartley is talking about heavily pressured lakes, rivers and reservoirs in Ohio, but a lot of this information is applicable anywhere that the waters
Elite Series bass fishing tournament rookie Jamie Hartman is on the water to talk more about fishing dropshot rigs. If you missed it, be sure to watch Jamie's video about dropshot tackle and knots for largemouth and smallmouth. In this video, Hartman shares a lot of
BASS Open champion and 2017 Bassmaster Classic angler Charlie Hartley has been fishing bass tournaments for a quarter of a decade. Between BASS and FLW, he's fished in nearly 350 bass fishing tournaments. In this video, Charlie Hartley shares his passion for fishing by talking about finess flipping. Charlie grew up in
With 9 wins and $2m+ in bass fishing tournament winnings on the FLW tour, Bryan Thrift knows a thing a or two about how to win fishing tournaments and it starts with great preparation and efficient practice time. In this 40-minute video, Bryan breaks down how he begins to research a
A successful FLW Tour angler, and (at the time of this writing) BASS rookie-of-the-year points leader Mark Daniels Jr. (MDJ) has 48 minutes of secrets for fishing heavy cover with finesse baits. Firstly, you may ask, "Why fish heavy cover with finesse baits and light line?". MDJ will talk about
Power fishing vs. finesse presentation can be a tough decision on the water. In this 7-minute on-the-water bass fishing instructional video, Bassmaster Classic champion Mike "Ike" Iaconelli talks about how, even if a place looks like a great power fishing opportunity, there are situations where a finesse approach might be
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
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!
Lipless crankbaits are well-known among many fishermen for catching giant bass throughout the year. They are also outstanding search baits for covering water and locating the bass! 2014 Bassmaster Classic Champ Randy Howell has spent countless hours fishing lipless crankbaits, learning the different characteristics between many different lipless crankbaits, and
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?"
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
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.