Tim Horton teaches how to flip green flooded brush for best results; Davy Hite breaks down fishing Cypress Knees; learning the best spots for two types of frogs.
Chris Lane teaches four critical steps to prepare for a day of fishing; Rick Clunn breaks down a Fall Creek arm to hone in on the best section; nail weights add extra depth and a unique action to one's worm presentation.
Exploring the Wonders of Wildlife National Museum & Aquarium as The Bass Pros take an up-close look at this modern tribute to the world of conservation.
On Fishing in Five, Rick Clunn explains how to tell if the fish are coming or going toward area which are used for spawning beds; Edwin Evers goes in depth on his use of giant swimbaits; belly hooked or top hooked.
Davy Hite develops a methodical approach for finding offshore structure, on Fishing in Five; Randy Howell breaks out the mid-depth crankbaits and shows all about this forgotten technique.
On Fishing in Five, Kevin VanDam is out of the woods and into the timber while he slow-rolls a spinnerbait. Chris Lane has spawning fish that are being over harvested by those not practicing catch and release. Mark Zona goes In the Zone.
Fishin in Five has Ott DeFoe using maribou jigs for exciting smallmouth bass action. Kevin VanDam has a two pronged approach for schooling bass, In Depth. In the Zone features Mark Zona.
Edwin Evers shows two types of topwater lure and why he uses them; Ish Monroe discusses chatterbaits and jigs; In the Zone with Mark Zona.
On "Fishing in Five," Ott DeFoe explains how the use of the basic worm rig is still one of the most effective bass lures. Kevin VanDam teaches how he finds bass in the fall by narrowing and refining his search.
Ish Monroe shows why Central California's Clear Lake is primed for topwater largemouth; Tim Horton finds that highly pressured fish in community holes can still be caught; Mark Zona with jig types.
Randy Howell uses one lure for two different tactics in Fishing in Five; Ott Defoe Ott takes to the Niagara River near the Canadian border to find topwater targets in the middle of the day, on In Depth; In the Zone with Mark Zona.
On Fishing in Five, Tim Horton shows where invisible grass lines hold bass on invisible grassy edges. Davy Hite has three baits for fishing during the spawn, In Depth. Mark Zona describes when to use braided line, In the Zone.
Chris Lane discribes his favorite ways to catch spawning bass; Rick Clunn customizes his crankbait lures in a way that makes them act like jerkbaits-In-Depth; Mark Zona describes the importance of boat control.
Ott Defoe is fishing currents near a nuclear power-plant, on Fishing in Five; Ish Monroe finds Florida's vegetation holding large Florida strain bass; Mark Zona lets us in on how to pick reel speeds and ratios, In the Zone.
Rick Clunn teaches how he approaches docks from different angles to maximize his fish strikes. KVD shows us an unusual way to fish a lipless crankbait. Davy hite shows us which rod & reel combos are good for beginners and new tournament anglers.
Davy Hite shows us how he uses three topwater lures differently. Tim Horton discusses how the introduction of blue-backed herring has changed bass lakes throughout the country. Rick Clunn shows how to fish below dams and creeks with heavy current.
Host: KVD. Fishin in Five: Chris Lane reveals his top five all-time favorite lures. In Depth: Davy Hite shows us three different crankbaits for three different depths of water. Bass School 101: Ott DeFoe shows us soft plastic.
Kevin VanDam shows how tuning a chatterbait will make it more productive. Chris Lane shows us the soft plastic frogs he uses for big bass. Rick Clunn Shows us why there is a difference between floating and sinking jerk baits.
Host: Ott DeFoe. Chris Lane shows us how he uses stick baits in Alabama. Edwin Evers shows us fish after fish in shallow water fishing in the Fall. KVD has learned the best way to coax finicky bass into biting.
Host: Ish Monroe. Fishin in Five: Randy Howell 3 Keys to fishing a Senko plastic worm. In Depth: Edwin Evers reveals his favorite 3 lures just before the spawn. Bass School 101: Kevin VanDam reveals there is a time and place for noisy crankbaits.
Host: KVD. Fishin in Five: Kevin VanDam shows us stained, shallow water in Florida is not the typical place to throw a jerkbait but KVD knows that bass everywhere will hammer jerkbaits under the right circumstances.
Host: Chris Lane. Fishin in Five: Edwin Evers fishes deep, submerged grass-lines with a drop-shot rig. In Depth: Ish Monroe takes us to the California Delta for big bass, flipping & topwater. Bass School 101: Randy Howell.
Tim Horton hosts. Fishin in Five: Davy Hite reveals his 3 Favorite soft plastic lures. In Depth: Ott DeFoe teaches his finesse technique he calls tight lining, the most finesse technique possible. Bass School 101.
Ott DeFoe shows us when to use lipless crankbaits. Tim Horton reveals what is trending all over the country - big lures. Edwin Evers teaches us how to remove line twist out of spincast rods and reels.
Tim Horton, Fishin in Five: Stacey King teaches us about wintertime finesse bites. In Depth: Kevin Van Dam shows us how to use crankbaits like depth finders, working deep then shallow to understand submerged structure. Bass School 101.
Rick Clunn is good at catching bass in muddy conditions. Ott DeFoe discusses casting. Edwin Evers shows how boat docks hold bass.
Kevin VanDam explains his jig & trailer set-up in summer structure; Tim Horton show different line types and their purposes; Stacey King shares tips.
Zeroing in on man-made brush piles; finding daily patterns; comparing rattling vs. non-rattling crankbaits.
Pop'Rs for summertime bass; soft plastics; using 12-inch plastic worms for ultimate fishing effectiveness.
Finding fish in the summer shallows around docks, rocks and laydowns; three types of rigs for soft plastics; shad and spinnerbaits.
Using a swimbait in deep structure; using a drop shot in shallow water; caring for fish in a livewell.
Search for underwater springs; using jerkbaits to catch smallmouths; difference between tungsten & lead weights.
Edwin Evers builds a brush pile; Kevin VanDam reveals his secrets to success when the wind blows; Brian Snowden demonstrates the Enigma Reel.
Edwin Ever flips worms in deep structure; Kevin VanDam shares his knowledge of spinnerbaits; Brian Snowden searches for old shorelines in flooded lakes.
Tuning crankbaits to achieve maximum bite capacity; methods for deep dock fishing; tips for keeping your boat trailer in great shape.
Different methods for using a frog on topwater; fishing during the spawn in water with little visibility; Edwin Evers shows a knot tying method for braided & fluorocarbon line.
The advantages of fishing jerkbaits in the springtime; using wind and current to fish crankbaits in deepwater; how to super tune your crankbait.
The mighty Arkansas River; how a subtle topwater presentation is great for early morning, calm conditions.
Jason Williamson is fishing transition fish in a unique situation; Tim Horton gives his tips on color choice and Kevin VanDam teaches us fast twitching techniques.
Flipping frogs topwater; jigging springtime transition zones; Deep-V boats.
Plastic worms; sight fishing strategies.