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Miles "Sonar" Burghoff is known for fishing all the major brands of sonar electronics on his boat and for being the son of avid fisherman & inventor of the "Chum Magic" Gary Burghoff, perhaps better known for his portrayal of Radar O'Reilly in MASH the movie and Emmy-award winning M*A*S*H
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
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,
Canadian angler Jeff "Gussy" Gustafson recently won the Bassmaster Elite Series tournament on the Tennessee River. He joined us on 3/2/21 to discuss "moping", which isn't just a Damiki rig, as well as Humminbird electronics and how Gussy uses Aqua-Vu underwater viewing cameras.
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
In this fully-remastered bass fishing video class seminar, Ott Defoe talks about how he uses his Humminbird electronics to catch more bass. Tune in as Ott discusses his settings for side imaging, down imaging, 360 imaging and sonar along with waypoints, mapping cards and GPS to locate and catch bass.
In this on the water bass fishing class, Major League Fishing pro Bryan Thrift takes you out with his Humminbird electronics to locate, mark and fish isolated cover. Bryan shows you how to locate a isolated target with Humminbird side imaging, how to return to that waypoint and position your
In this on the water bass fishing class, Pete Gluszek demonstrates what wood and rocks look like on Humminbird Solix electronics using sonar, side imaging, down imaging and MEGA 360 imaging. Watching this video can help you know what to expect to see as you use your electronics to find
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
Bass University instructor and Bassmaste Elite Series tournament angler Greg DiPalma is back on the water with his Humminbird Solix equipped with Humminbird Mega 360 Imaging. In this video, Greg explains what 360 imaging is, shows examples of what you'll see with factory
Bassmaster Elite Series angler and frequent Bass University Live co-host Greg DiPalma is on the water to take you through setting up and properly utilizing your Humminbird electronics. In this class, Greg talks about everything from setting up the unit to optional charting and mapping SD card add-ons. Learn how
Kevin VanDam prefers to use heavier-than-average weights when it comes to fishing tubes and finesse swimbaits. Like everything else within his finesse fishing arsenal, Kevin's approach is to make more casts, create contact with the cover and generate reaction strikes from larger bass. Tubes and Finesse Swimbaits work almost anywhere
Bassmaster Classic champion Ott Defoe was in Gadsden, AL to share his knowledge of marine electronics technologies like side imaging & 360 imaging. Ott Defoe uses the Humminbird Helix 12 CHIRP G3 Sonar with MEGA down imaging, MEGA side imaging and
Tyson Alvanos has a a long history with sonar electronics who works with Hummingbird. In this bass fishing educational interview which was recorded earlier this year, Pete Gluszek and Tyson talk about some of the developments from Humminbird and how they've changed the process of locating bass, getting back to
Bassmaster Elite Series angler Lee Livesay joins Bass University hosts Pete Gluszek and Greg DiPalma on this episode of Bass University LIVE. On this show, we'll be discussing how to locate and how to fish offshore structure for bass. So get ready to learn about using your electronics and maps
Miles "Sonar" Burghoff is a unique type of angler, he has no electronics equipment commitments. Instead, he has the guys at Bass Boat Electronics fit his boat with the latest technologies from Humminbird, Garmin and Lowrance. In this video, learn how Miles uses the latest technology from these 3 manufacturers
2019 FLW Cup Champion Bryan Thrift is on the water to talk about effectively using your marine electronics to locate, mark and catch bass. Bryan takes you through how he uses side-scan, down-scan and 360 scan for fishing offshore, which he dedicates a lot of his tournament time to doing.
Fresh off a heartbreaking near-win in the Bassmaster Elite Series, Chris Zaldain joins The Bass University to talk about the most cutting edge bass fishing electronics from Humminbird. 1:50 Making repeated casts effectively and consistently to the same target 3:05 Introducing Hummingbird 360 with mega
Carl Jocumsen has spent a load of time working with his Humminbird and Minn Kota electronics to be able to get spot-locked or shallow water anchored on a great spot and milk it for all it's worth. He demonstrated this with the biggest catch in our
Miles Burghoff (aka "Sonar"), a 2019 FLW Tour pro and Bass University alumni, joins Pete Gluszek and Pat Renwick. Miles, as of April 29th, 2019, is leading the FLW Tour points race, having finished in the top 50 in all 5 events, to-date. One thing Miles is known for is
Chris Zaldain did well fishing Megabass Magdraft Swimbaits at the 2019 Bassmaster Classic, in fact, he weighed in the biggest bag of the week. The Magdraft is intended to get tournament-winning bites, it starts at 6 inches and goes up to 10". Learn lots of tips for
Carl Jocumsen finished well in January's event on the Harris Chain of Lakes. After finishing 23rd out of over 200 anglers, Carl agreed to take us out to a spot he located, marked and held position on with his Humminbird Electronics to attempt The Bass University 2 Hour
Carl Jocumsen is on the Harris Chain in Florida in January. He's going to go over how he uses his Humminbird Solix electronics to locate offshore grass clumps, which is how he finished well in the first Bassmaster Open of 2019. 0:35 Sonar transducer and display setup 1:48
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