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Professional bass fishing tournament angler Scott Suggs wants an "idiot proof" bait, you take it out of the package, your fire it out, wind it in, and if you don't catch fish, you essentially have the wrong spot, the wrong color or the wrong season. With the wake bait, Scott
BASS tournament professional angler Mike McClelland's fascination with jerkbaits started when he was a young tournament angler, and after his pattern started to give out, his partner for the day suggested the go "really catch them" with a weighted jerkbait. Since then, Mike has gone on to work with 
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
Legend of the Jordan Lee Comeback Jig Jordan Lee is the 2017 Bassmaster Classic champion, as we head into the 2018 Bassmaster Classic, Jordan shares details on the bait he used to make his comeback to champion, the Strike King J-Lee Comeback
2018 Bassmaster Elite Series Angler Matt Herren joined The Bass University for the first time as an instructor in Gadsden, Alabama. Matt is a long-time bass tournament angler who has been fishing the Elite Series since 2009 and BASS invitationals since 1994! Matt spent many of his formative years fishing
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
Bass University co-founder and BASS tournament champion, Mike "Ike" Iaconelli is on the water to talk about casting spoons, like the Johnson Silver Minnow Spoon. When conditions are tough or the baitfish are small, the casting spoon can be dynamite. In this 18-minute video, Mike covers
This bass fishing video talk show was recorded April 13th, 2017 with Bass University's Dean, Pete Gluszek, Bassmaster Classic Champion & Angler-of-the-Year Mike Iaconelli, Bassmaster Elite Series Pro Brandon Palaniuk and Harris Chain FLW tournament champion Bradley Dortch. Live Video Segment 1 Brandon Palaniuk Brandon, Mike and Pete talk about the Toldeo Bend
In this on-the-water bass fishing instructional video, Bassmaster Elite series tournament angler Mike "Ike" Iaconelli discusses locating and catching fish that are in pre-spawn and post-spawn transitional periods. This video will help you locate and catch bass in the spring. Iaconelli discussses areas he likes to target when looking for
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
Bassmaster Classic champion and Angler-of-the-Year Mike "Ike" Iaconelli discusses the swim worming/speed worming power fishing technique. Swim Worming Part 1: The Speed Worm Technique Mike demonstrates the retrieve, presentation and how to make variations for a natural presentation to elicit strikes from big bass. Iaconelli also shares his favorite times to fish the
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are live discussing Jason Christie's Post Spawn Funk and John Crew's Finesse Swimbaits seminars.
Cranking is one of the most effective ways to catch aggressive, feeding frenzy bass after the spawn is over. Davy Hite is an expert of catching these post spawn bass on crankbaits and he will discuss the best baits, how to locate the bass, and more tips for capitalizing
Jacob provides information on his best power tactics for catching aggressive bass feeding heavily after the spawn. However, he also dives-in to the infamous "Post-Spawn Funk" to offer his best advice for catching finicky bass that are often very difficult to catch.
Many anglers describe the post-spawn phase as one of the most difficult times to get bass to bite, hence the name "Post Spawn Funk". Jason Christie will help identify how to recognize this phase and he will also share his incredible tricks for overcoming these obstacles to catch those lethargic
When the spawn phase is over, it can be a very good time to fish with hard baits in order to catch big female bass that are feeding aggressively after the spawn. Ish Monroe discusses his best topwaters, crankbaits, swimbaits, and jerkbaits for this time of year with specific information