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JT Kenney spent a lot of time fishing the Potomac River before moving to Florida. But those areas have at least one thing in common, they have lots of grass. In this remastered bass fishing class seminar video, which was recorded in the Northeast during the winter, JT Kenney shares
Finesse swimbait bass fishing is a hot versatile clear water technique. A small boot tail swimbait is a great choice for a variety a tough fishing situations: very clear water, suspended bass, high pressure situations, etc. It's also extrememly versatile, so you don't have to constantly switch baits with fishing
After the post-spawn feed up, as summer approaches, a good number of bass move offshore to their summering holes. In this bass fishing instructional video class seminar, Lee Livesay shares his approach to locating bass offshore using his Lakemaster maps on his 
Scott Martin has a few lures he really likes to fish in Florida, one is a lipless crankbait. Obviously, this type of baits, which include Yo-Zuri Rattl'n Vibes & Bill Lewis Rat-L-Traps, will catch fish all over the country. In this remastered bass fishing
In the first 2 segments of Mike Iaconelli's "Take it to the Bank" series of seminars on fishing from the bank (Take it to the Bank : Ep 1 - Bank Fishing Tackle & 
In this remastered bass fishing video class seminar, Pete Gluszek talks about how to adjust to changing conditions. These condition changes could be one or a combination of many things, including: weather frontal systems, rain, rising & falling water, fishing pressure, current changes, and more! Learn how Pete Gluszek adjusts
You can plan a fishing trip, but you can't control the weather. Sometimes rains can bring in muddy water that can change your entire gameplan for fishing a body of water. There are advantages to muddy water though. In this bass fishing class seminar video, presented by Bassmaster Elite Series
From the Livingston Pro Ripper to the Old Bill Lewis Rat-L-Trap, Randy Howell loves to fish lipless crankbaits. If there's no ice on the water, it's rarely too cold to catch them on a lipless crankbait, and it's never too
Harvey Horne's early bass fishing tournament success came out of aluminum boat, fishing shallow backwater areas. When he moved to a fiberglass boat, he was unable to fish some of his favorite areas as comfortably because of how the boat sat in the water and concerns about the hull. Horne
Drew Benton has years of experience and has learned from other veteran anglers' decades of experience fishing river current. Like other current-fishing enthusiasts, you'll often find Drew Benton making his way up some of the gnarliest river and creek channels to get to an out-of-the-way place to fish out of
Mike McClelland is well-known as a jerkbait fisherman. Growing up, he liked to tinker with Smithwick Rogues and other jerkbaits of the time, adding weight, changing hooks and split rings to get the right buoyancy and action. Since that time, Mike has designed a series of (4) SPRO
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
Bass fishing docks with a crankbait is a lesson common approrach. Lots of guys with skip, flip & pitch other baits under and around docks, usually single-hook lures. But taking the chance of hanging up your double-treble lipped squarebill or shallow diver may be worth the effort and the risk.
In this instructional class seminar video, Bassmaster Classic champion Randy Howell talks about the exciting world of topwater bass fishing. From poppers to walking baits to buzz shad, Randy talks about some of his favorite tips, tactics and techniques for catching bass that are feeding on the surface. Randy begins
Mike Iaconelli is back for part 2 of the "Take it to the Bank" bank bass fishing series of classes. In this segment, Mike talks about packing your tackle to be light and mobile, but having everything you absolutely need to catch bass from the top of the water column
Clent Davis has spent most of his life fishing tailraces. Some of the techniques have evolved, and bass are a little more particular about what they bite these days. Thankfully, there are some great techniques that still catch bass from Spring to Fall. Clent is here to share his bass
Spro pro John Crews joins The Bass University to talk about deep diving crankbaits in this remastered bass fishing video class seminar. Learn how to get the most out of your big-billed deep plugs by understanding the composition of the bait and the tackle you need for the best bait
We've all been there, you've got a bass fishing tournament coming up and the conditions are awful with no signs of improving, the lake has been beat up, and you're not sure you can even get five bites. In this bass fishing video class seminar, Bassmaster angler Jake Whitaker talks
Greg Hackney doesn't believe that you always have to finesse fish smallmouth with spinning tackle and light line. In this seminar, he shares how he adapted the techniques he's used all his life to be effective when fishing for smallmouth bass. Greg explains his lightbulb moment of realizing that the
Bryan New's home lake is Lake Wylie, and something that he's confident about on lakes in the Carolinas is the ability to sight fish all the way through to Fall. Now, he's not targeting the traditional bass on the bed when sight fishing, but there are other things going on
Fred Roumbanis likes to put his trolling motor on 60-80% and just go all day. Covering water is key and he likes to fish fast. Lots of guys cover water with search baits like crankbaits. Fred believes that a swim jig offers a fast-moving bait with a single hook that
Brandon Cobb is know for fishing a buzzbait, and, given the right conditions, he will fish it all year. Brandon also loves fishing other topwater (and slightly sub-surface baits), and there are times that they will outperform a buzzbait. He believes that there are some big fish that are more
Hair jigs were a go-to bait for Northern bass anglers, particularly smallmouth in cold water, but was somewhat forgotten about for years. Hair jigs, marabou jigs and bucktail jigs burst back onto the season several years ago, and now they are a prominent fixture again, particularly as the ice begins
Any time Greg Hackney isn't up in a tree stand, he likes to be fishing bushes. It can be great habitat for bass from January through the start of deer hunting season. In this bass fishing instructional seminar video, Hack Attack breaks down pre spawn through the summer in two