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2019 FLW Cup Champion Bryan Thrift is on the water to talk about effectively using your marine electronics to locate, mark and catch bass. Bryan takes you through how he uses side-scan, down-scan and 360 scan for fishing offshore, which he dedicates a lot of his tournament time to doing.
4-time FLW angler of the year David Dudley sits down with Pete Gluszek for a Bass Univeristy TV interview. In this year's highly successful season, David fished the swimbait a lot. Learn some tips and tricks for fishing a swimbait and how not to prefish in this 30 minute interview.
Recent MLF Summit Cup champion Mike Iaconelli was in Edison NJ this winter to talk about one of the key concepts he's used in several of his top-level bass fishing tournament wins, that concept is "fishing the moment". Mike believes that there are times when your instincts tell you to
Lots of professional bass fishing tournament anglers run & gun to win top-level tournaments, and that certainly works, but each angler needs to play to their strengths. Mike McClelland is here to tell you that grinders do win tournaments, and that's how
In this 1 hour bass fishing instructional video, you will learn how to catch more bass and win tournaments on heavily pressured bodies of water. Primarily, Charlie Hartley is talking about heavily pressured lakes, rivers and reservoirs in Ohio, but a lot of this information is applicable anywhere that the waters
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek host Bass University TV LIVE, a bass fishing web show, where they discuss the latest training seminards and PRO subscribers can ask questions and win prizes! Live shows are free to watch, so watch for our newsletter for the next show, which is
Whether its practice for a local club event or practice for the Bassmaster Classic, Davy Hite's step-by-step walk-through of the proper tactics for pre-fishing a body of water will help everyone with the best possible tournament results! Davy's covers important decisions such as when to practice in a historically good