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2x Bassmaster Classic qualifier Robert Soley joined Pete Gluszek on The Bass University LIVE to discuss bass fishing in the grass. These tips will help you learn how to fish for bass in the grass. Subscribers were also scheduled to Zoom into the show and win prizes. This episode aired live
In this remastered bass fishing video class seminar, Fred Roumbanis talks about the two ways he fishes grass mats. Frogging for attacking the surface of the mats and punching for getting a bait under the thicker mats. Fred breaks down the baits, colors and tackle he uses for each technique
Harvey Horne attrinutes a lot of his bass fishing tournament success to fishing a swing head jig or hard head football jighead. In this bass fishing class seminar, Harvey takes a seasonal approach to baits and tackle for this technique, and ends his seminar by answering student questions about: the advantages
In this bass fishing instructional video seminar on flipping & pitching, Randall Tharp discusses the mechanics and places to conduct your business in-depth. Learn the proper way to pitch, not scare off fish, get bites and set the hook. Randall Tharp goes on to talk about areas he targets with
Buddy Gross is a Bassmaster Elite Series tournament angler who had a big win an Eufaula in 2020. He joined The Bass University via live Zoom classes to share his tips and secrets for fishing a belly-weighted swimbait and a hollow body swimbait on a jighead. For over 50 minutes,
Bobby Lane is on the water with a prototype Berkley swim jig that is scheduled to be available in the fall of 2021. There will be a finesse and heavy cover version of this lure. In this video, Bobby Lane talks about the heavy cover version, with a heavy gauge flipping hook.
Big fish Bobby Lane is here to share some tips on fishing a swimbait, but probably not the way most people fish a swimbait. Only big heavy rods, fast baitcaster reels, braided line and flipping hooks for this type of swimbait fishing. That's because Bobby Lane is fishing heavy shallow
Gerald Swindle is certainly one of the top presenters at the Bass University. He's a successful tournament angler with a couple of Bassmaster angler of the year titles. Gerald also knows what it's like to have the wheels come off, get completely sidetracked and railroad an entire tournament. In this
John Cox loves sight fishing! In fact, he says it's his favorite part of bass fishing. In this bass fishing class seminar video, John Cox talks about the entire season for sight fishing, which is more than just when fish are locked on beds. Cox talks about the 3 stages
John Soukup from The Bass Tank won the very first NPFL tournament on Lake Eufaula last week. In this winner's circle interview, John shares why he targeted certain areas, what cover he was marking in practice, the baits he used to catch his tournament-winning fish and how he used forward-facing
Bobby Lane famously finished second in the tournament that brought national attention to the original Chatterbait. Bryan Thrift weighed in a couple of toads on the final day to inch out a win and make the Chatterbait a household name. Bobby Lane hated the bladed jig before that tournament, but
Professional tournament bass angler Kevin VanDam (KVD), takes The Bass University TV on the water to talk about how he gets the most out of his Humminbird sonar electronics. In this bass fishing on the water class video, Kevin locates some prime areas using his Lakemaster maps,
John Cox was hesitant to embrace cranking. After some bad experiences, he'd swarn off the technique, until he was introduced to the Berkley Frittside Crankbait & Berkley Warpig Lipless Crankbait. After catching big bass like gangbusters on them, John went down to
There's an often-overlooked soft plastic lure that is highly versatile, catches lots of fish, and makes a great search bait. It's called a swim worm, like the Netbait Big Bopper Paddle Tail Worm, and it's easy to rig and can be fished 3
Lots of anglers love the fast rise of balsa squarebill crankbaits. In this on the water bass fishing class video, Bryan Thrift talks about why he loves fishing a wide-bodied plastic squarebill with no rattles. Learn why plastic is a great choice for clear water, why a fast rise is
In this on the water bass fishing class, professional bass tournament angler Mike "Ike" Iaconelli talks about one of his favorite techniques, fishing matted vegetation (or any other type of heavy matted floating cover). Iaconelli starts by talking about punching components, which include, but are not limited to:
Bryan Thrift is back on the water talking about the lure that got him his first professional bass tournament win, the chatterbait. Bryan has 2 models of the current Z-Man chatterbaits that he uses most of the time. In this video, he talks about how he uses these 2 models
Bobby Lane is known for flipping heavy cover with big tungsten weights, but in any given day, there are lots of flipping and pitching targets that do and don't require heavy punching weights. Even within a stretch of water you intend to punch in your day on the water, there
When the Alabama rig (or umbrella rig) first came out, you needed special equipment to bomb out that big chandelier, adorned with 5-6" swimbaits. Over the years, bass have become accustomed to seeing this multi-bait rig, and time has proven that the Alabama rig is not a "one-size-fits-all" chunk and
2X Bassmaster Classic champion tournament bass fishing champion Jordan Lee returns to The Bass University in Gadsden, AL in the winter to talk about finesse swimbait fishing. This technique will catch largemouth, but it's outstanding for spotted bass and smallmouth. In this bass fishing master class video seminar, Jordan Lee
Kevin VanDam takes Bass University students out on the water to discuss and demonstrate how to crank grass for bass. Lots of anglers will avoid fishing grass with crankbaits because it's easy to get the bait fouled up and vegetation balled up on your lure. Kevin VanDam shares that there
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
Peter Gluszek, the Dean of The Bass University, is on the water with a flipping stick and some big tungsten weights, ready to punch through some grass mats. In this on the water class, Pete will take you around to different types of grass you might encounter. Pete uses mostly
Jason Christie's first approach to tournament practice is to try flipping and pitching. If he can find concentrations of fish that will bite that presentation, he's got a good chance to getting tournament-winning fish. You won't always catch a lot of fish flipping and pitching, but, sometimes just a few bites