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By his estimation, Justin Lucas has won between 25% - 33% of his tournament bass fishing money fishing a wacky rig. In this bass fishing instructional video seminar, Justin Lucas shares his favorite 3 ways to wacky rig a soft plastic worm or stick bait. He breaks down the tackle
John Murray was in Boxborough, MA a few years back to share some of his favorite lures and techniques for catching smallmouth bass. Some are "old school" techniques that he learned growing up, and they still catch fish. There are also the "new school" techniques that are more finesse-oriented. In
Kevin VanDam attributes a lot of his success in bass fishing to being efficient and covering water. With advancements in electronics, fishing pressure and fishing against some of the top anglers in the world, Kevin knows that there are times when traditional power techniques are simply not going to trigger
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.
Cashion fishing rod pro John Crews joined The Bass University this winter in Gadsden, AL to talk about selecting the right fishing rod for each technique. If you're unsure of what rod power, rod action, butt length or guide types you need for a certain bass fishing technique, John will
Major League Fishing bass tournament pro Brent Ehrler, who has been featured in 2 of our most popular Bass University classes, Sonar Bass Fishing and Catching Bass with Sonar Electronics, joins host Pete Gluszekt to talk about fishing the neko rig. Brent shares
In this bass fishing instructional video seminar, Major League Fishing professional bass tournament angler Mark Daniels Jr. joins The Bass University in Tulsa, OK to talk about fine-tuned finesse bass fishing. MDJ got introduced to finesse fishing when he started getting his butt kicked only using power fishing techniques his
Former collegiate angler, early Bass University TV subscriber, and now Bassmaster Elite Series angler Patrick Walters joins The Bass University to talk about fishing stick baits. Particularly, Patrick talks about how he utilizes a soft plastic stickbait to locate bass in practice, and how he changes his rig for tournament
Back-to-back Bassmaster Classic Champion Jordan Lee offers up his take on finesse bass fishing and covers 3 of his favorite finesse bass fishing techniques. Here's what you'll learn in this bass fishing educational training video seminar: 0:29 The Neko Rig - Jordan's go-to power finesse fishing technique. Learn what
In 2018 one of Mark Zona's beloved friends shared his Braided Line Treble Hook Trick on The Bass University TV. In turn, Mark has chosen to share one of his friend's secret rigs for catching bass, and it's an alternative to the Ned rig, perhaps even
Fred Roumbanis joined The Bass University in Tulsa, Oklahoma to talk about his top 5 favorite ways to finesse fish for bass. Fred is mostly knows as a power fisherman who loves going after big bass with frogs and swimbaits. He laments that not all tournament finishes "in the money"
Bass tournament angler Chris Zaldain loves finesse fishing. One of the reasons is that it catches all kinds of bass, all species (including the commonly saught-after largemouth, smallmouth and spotted varieties) as well as all sizes. Chris shows a photo of a 12lb. largemouth he caught in California with a
John Crews is a Bassmaster Elite Series tournament bass angler, but he also is owner and lure designer of Missile Baits company. With many successful soft plastics to his company's credit, including the Missile Baits Baby D Bomb Creature
Bassmaster Elite Series bass tournament angler and smallmouth expert Seth Feider joins Pete Gluszek and The Bass University at ICAST 2018. Seth talks about some smallmouth secrets, like what conditions to expect to find smallmouth up shallow and looking for food. Pete and Seth talk about their success or lack
The Bass University founder and 17-time consecutive Bassmaster Classic qualifier Mike "Ike" Iaconelli conducted a seminar in Kokomo, Indiana about an often-overlooked detail of bass fishing, hooks. The hook and the line are your direct connections to your bait and your fish. Iaconelli discusses how selecting the correct hook for
Kurt Dove is an accomplished BASS and FLW tournament angler and Lake Amistad fishing guide. Today, he's on the water to discuss a little rig that catching lots of bass. It's called the Ned rig. This simple finesse lure is great for fishing clear water and pressured/innactive bass. In this
Mille Lacs BASS fishing tournament champion, Seth Feider, talks about the new VMC Weedless Neko Hook, which is a weedless version of the hook he was using to catch all his smallmouth bass last season on Mille Lacs. Seth discusses various finesse fishing techniques
A successful FLW Tour angler, and (at the time of this writing) BASS rookie-of-the-year points leader Mark Daniels Jr. (MDJ) has 48 minutes of secrets for fishing heavy cover with finesse baits. Firstly, you may ask, "Why fish heavy cover with finesse baits and light line?". MDJ will talk about
Bassmaster Elite Series tournament bass angler Adrian Avena is on the water to discuss the neko rig, one of his favorite fishing techniques for high pressure situations. Adrian discusses the rod, reel, line, soft plastic, hook and weight to use when fishing the neko rig for bass, including the
BASS Elite Series Angler of the Year tournament champion Seth Feider joins Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek in this installment of Bass University TV Live. Covered in this nearly 3 hour show: Part 1 - Fall Bass Fishing Mike and Pete talk in-depth and answer PRO subscriber questions about Fall fishing techniques. Part
In this seminar, Mike looks at the hottest new trending fitness techniques sweeping across the country. Mike dissects the Neko Rig, the Ned Rig, The Backslide, and the Finesse Swimbaiting. He also analyzes all of the equipment, rigging, and presentation methods along with describing when and where to throw each