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You can't always run around your favorite spot with the trolling motor on 70+ slinging your favorite search bait and catch tournament-winning bass. Particularly on high-pressured lakes like Guntersville and Chickamauga. Sometimes you have to take a more stealthy approach. In this bass fishing class seminar video, Lee Livesay shares
Lee Livesay caught some giant bass fishing a big walking topwater bait this year on Lake Fork. Lee has a lot of reasons to love fishing a topwater, but it's not JUST that the bites are exciting and the fish are often big. Watch this on the water bass fishing
Lee Livesay goes out on the water with The Bass University TV. Today's topic is topwater frog fishing. Lee will share information on all the tackle he uses, the areas he fishes and places that are often overlooked. Lee begins by talking about various shapes, sizes and colors of topwater
Forward facing sonar, like the new Humminbird Mega Live Imaging or comparable electronics from Lowrance & Garmin, are changing the sport of fishing. This technology is being used for all type of fish, but tournament bass fishing is one area where it's making the biggest impact. Scanning structure
Lee Livesay made a 42lb 3oz charge on the final day of the Lake Fork Bassmaster Elite Series bass fishing tournament, the 3rd largest single-day tournament limit in BASS history. Lee dials in to talk about how he won the tournament, joined the century club, and caught the biggest bass in the
Bassmaster Elite Series Champ Lee Livesay joins The Bass University Live, fresh off his win on Lake Chickamauga, where weights were a little lower than some might expect for a world-renowned lake. Lee talks about grinding out a BASS tournament win with 3lb average bass on a frog.
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