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Recent bass fishing tournament champion Mike Iaconelli joins The Bass University to talk about 2 topics regularly asked about by Bass University students: color dyes and scent. Two really common questions from students are "Does color really matter to bass?" and "Does scent really matter to bass?". The answer to
In this on water bass fishing class video, Pete Gluszek talks about the finer details of walking the dog that he learned from fishing with a fellow bass fishing pro, then Mike talks about the preferred equipment setup for frog fishing. Lastly, Mike and Pete talk about some of the best places
In this first installment of a 3 part series on bank fishing, Mike Iaconelli talks about preparing for a bank fishing trip. There's a lot of great bass fishing to do from the shore, but, for a boat owner, you'll often need to pare down your equipment to make it
In this bass fishing class seminar, Mike Iaconelli talks about selecting the right trailer. Often anglers will put any old trailer on the back of a bait. Ike is here to tell you that selecting the right trailer can be just as important as selecting the right bait. In this
In this remastered Bass University bass fishing class seminar, Mike Iaconelli talks about different ways to fish a football jig. Ike caught his biggest tournament bass on Lake Amistad using a football jig, and he recounts the amazing story of catching the bass and losing his breakfast in this video.
Bass fishing tournament champion Mike Iaconelli is on the water about a secret bait and technique being used to catch big bass. Known as "flutter spoon fishing" or "structure spoon fishing", this technique of fishing a large cupped spoon is used to fish mid-to-deep depths.
Keith Carson won the 2nd stop on the NPFL bass fishing tournament trail on Wright Patman. Keith joins The Bass University Live to share how he fished the moment to secure his first NPFL tournament victory. Also, we discuss Mike Iaconelli and Big Bass week.
In this on-the-water video from the Bass University Valut, which was remastered in 2021, Mike Iaconelli talks about a different way to fish a Texas rig. With a speed worm (aka swim worm), you can use a paddle tail or cut paddle tail worm to get buzzing action on the
We have fully remastered Mike Iaconelli's spinnerbait bass fishing seminar class video from Harrisburg, PA. In this 52-minute video, Iaconelli breaks down what a spinnerbait is and why, even though it's a classic, it's still a great modern lure with loads of flexibility to catch bass in various conditions. Iaconelli
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:
This is a true, fully-comprehensive masterclass on fishing tail spinners! Mike Iaconelli sets the standard that will never be challenged by covering this topic in a nearly 2 hour bass fishing class seminar. Everything you could possibly ever want to know about tail spinners at an hour more for good
Rapala Field Promotions Manager Dan Quinn joined The Bass University Live to spill the beans on some of the Rapala Pros' bass fishing secrets. Learn the tricks Dan has gleaned from top anglers like: Jacob Wheeler, Gerald Swindle, Mike Iaconelli, Al Linder, Ott Defoe, Brandon Palaniuk and more in this
In the first episode of 2021, Oliver Ngy of Big Bass Dreams joins The Bass University Live with Mike Iaconelli in-studio. Mike, Pete Gluszek, Rizz & BTC and Justin Kimmel discuss catching bass on swimbaits and other oversized baits. Watch in to learn how to catch a giant bass with a
Marking the end of 2020, The Bass University hosts the 2020 BASSKY awards to highlight the top bass fishing instructional classes from the year, and we welcome some of the top instructors to the show. Will it be Gerald Swindle? Kevin VanDam? Mike Iaconelli? Bryan Thrift? or some other top
The whole Bass University crew was on hand Tuesday, Dec 22, 2020 to answer subscriber's bass fishing questions and give away some awesome fishing tackle. Also, learn about some of the hottest tournament-winning baits from 2020.
In this remastered bass fishing seminar class video, Mike Iaconelli breaks down the Fall/Autumn season into 2 main periods, the early fall feed and the late fall transition. Bait plays a big part in where to find bass in the fall, and the bass are going to follow there food.
Zack Birge joins Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek on an all new Bass University Live recorded 9/29. The topic of discussion is fishing the fall transition, finding and catching the bass as they move from their summer haunts to feed up for the winter.
Mike "Ike" Iaconelli is on the water to do a demonstration of a hot finesse fishing technique called the chicken rig. This rig is unlike any other finesse rig. It has elements of several other techniques, namely the Neko rig, the shakey head techniques, but with decided advantages over both.
Mike Iaconelli loves to fish for bass all summer, but there are days when it seems like it's too hot get a bite, no matter what you do. Thankfully, bass are predictable, and there just a few things that will determine where you will find bass, and they'll be in
The Ned rig is a great finesse fishing technique, but it excels in open water situations. What about when you want to fish a finesse technique like the Ned rig around vegetation and skip it around cover without getting hung up? Mike Iaconelli introduces a new finesse bass fishing technique developed
Major League Fishing bass fishing tournament pro Mike "Ike" Iaconelli loves to fish topwater frogs. They produce explosive bites, so they're fun, but they're also great for casting and fishing in places where other lures aren't an option. Some vegetation severely limits your lures selection, but topwater frogs, with their
In this episode of BU Vault, Jeff has fished up some juicy on the water swim jig tips with Mike and Pete. Learn about swim jig fishing, where it originated, great places and times to fish it, the tackle you'll need, selecting the right swim jig and customizing it out
Mike Iaconelli returns to host The Bass University LIVE, along with Pete Gluszek and Ken Duke. In this episode, biologist Jeff Holland and tournament pro Bryan Schmitt join the show to talk about bass fishing aquatic vegetation. 17:47 Biologist Jeff Holland takes questions from viewers and talks about different
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek recorded this question & answer video segment around 2016, but it was recently discovered in the BU Vault, and we're bringing it to you now. Watch as Mike and Pete talk about preparing for club tournaments and improving your standings. 0:20 How do I