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Not all bass do the same thing all the time. You can catch a bass on a topwater near the bank, then drive out to 50 feet and catch another one. Bass do have a tendancy to migrate toward deeper water at certain times of the year and that's what
John Murray is a Bassmaster Elite Series tournament bass angler, fishing competitively since he was 13. He spent most of his early career fishing on the West Coast, around Lake Mead, which is very clear. In that enviroment, he was able to really study bass behavior, so he was able to
FLW Tour bass fishing tournament pro Scott Suggs has won nearly $2m on tour, including a $1m 2007 Forrest Wood Cup win on Lake Ouachita. Now he's joining the Bass University to talk about how he won that event, fishing for suspended bass. What do you do when the fishing
In this 22-minute bass fishing instructional video, Bassmaster Classic champion and Angler-of-the-Year Mike "Ike" Iaconelli is on the water to share more secrets on how to catch bass. Specifically, Ike is talking about a technique, known mostly in the North and North East, called "snapping a tube". It's a phenomenal
Bassmaster tournament bass fishing 2-time champion John Murray shares some information about the quickly-developing area of fishing for suspended bass. Ever wonder why this fish in the tank at Bass Pro are often just sitting in the open area water in the middle of that tank, when there's perfect cover
West Coast Bassmaster Elite Series Pro angler John Murray discusses catching big smallmouth. On some bodies of water, they're the most fun to catch, and in a tournament situation on those bodies of water, the best chance you have at winning. John talks about the specifics of his favorite baits