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Bass Fishing TV Shows

Bass are the most sought after sport fish in the United States and you'll find them in nearly every state. Watch our collection of Bass fishing shows, and learn plenty of useful tips from the pros to help your own Bass Fishing trips.
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Expert Bass angler, Wade Middleton brings us another series of Fisherman's Handbook, a FREE to view series packed full of top tips to help you improve your catch rates when Bass fishing. Wade showcases some of the latest equipment on the market such as his new Ranger boat and the Garmin Livescope which gives unparalleled access to underwater visuals. Top Bass pros join the series and offer their advice on a range of topics. If you want to become a better Bass angler then Fisherman's handbook is a great place to start.
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Meet Charlie Moore aka the "Mad Fisherman" in his hit show No Offence. Charlie is a true New England Patriot and TV personality and he is just crazy about fishing. When not fishing he'll almost certainly be trying local tipples or sampling the local fayre.  Join him as he meets up with some of his sporting heroes and takes them fishing all over the USA. The Mad Fisherman just loves catching bass... largemouth bass, smallmouth bass just about any kind of bass but he's never afraid to try something new either.  You never can tell what Charlie will do, or say.... so let's get our lures in the water and go fishing with Charlie Moore in his actioned packed hit show.
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The Lone Star State offers some fantastic outdoor activities, here we concentrate on the fishing, with host Clark Wendlandt. He's one of the very best pro-bass fishermen and three times FLW angler of the year, so he knows a thing or two. He imparts his expertise and offers up some great tips whilst catching bundles of fish, all in his inimitable laid back style.
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Charlie Moore "The Mad Fisherman" is back with another series of his hit show, No Offence.  He's criss-crossing the States meeting up with a few of his sporting heroes for a spot of fishing, something good to eat and a glass or 2 of decent red wine. Not necessarily in that order.
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The Association of Collegiate Anglers presents the Bass Pro Shops Collegiate Bass Fishing Series - the largest and most comprehensive series in college bass fishing, showcasing college bass fishing events from around the USA as well as behind the scenes action and insight in the world of college bass fishing. This television series will cover all the action from the Bass Pro Shops Collegiate Big Bass Bash, Texas Lunker Challenge presented by Mossy Oak, the AFTCO Collegiate Fishing Open, and the BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship where we will crown the National Champions!
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Highlights from the largest and most comprehensive series in college bass fishing, showcasing college bass fishing events from around the USA as well as behind the scenes action and insight into the world of college bass fishing. The season builds to the Championship Final where the School of the Year is decided.
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This series covers the highlights of the 2019 Collegiate Bass Fishing Series, in particular its 3 biggest events. Starting with the Championship, which is the culmination of the 2018-19 season held on Pickwick Lake, Alabama. Defending champions Cole Floyd and Carter McNeil are hoping to make it an unprecedented two in a row and School of the Year will also be decided. A new season gets under way and we feature two of its most important dates, the Big Bass Bash, where the largest single fish of the two days wins and the AFTCO Open held on the beautuful and ever popular Lake Dardanelle in Arkansas. As always the collegiate kids take it just as seriously as their pro tour heroes. To watch 2019 Collegiate Bass Fishing Series now, just login or join
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Cabela’s Fisherman’s Handbook hosted by Wade Middleton continues the tradition of showcasing top fishing destinations while featuring educational fishing tips provided by touring pros, guides, and industry representatives. Every episode features the latest techniques and products available to anglers, ensuring that each show is informative for first time anglers as well as seasoned tournament pros.
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Host Wade Middleton is back, teaming up with a host of pro Bass anglers including his good buddies Jeff Reynolds and Clark Wendlandt. They've got loads of tips and advice on how to improve your Bass fishing. They cover everything from rod and reel selection, fishing in windy conditions, what soft rubber lures to use and how to set them up through to the best tactics for fishing boat docks and setting up your boat electronics. You can see that these guys know what they are talking about, as in every episode there is a big bag of Bass caught. To watch Fisherman's Handbook - Series 2 now, just login or join
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Hosted by Mike De Avila, or Mike D as he's commonly known, hit US fishing show, Lunkerville comes to Fishing TV. This long running show (15 years) isn't like most fishing shows as Mike tours around the USA meeting local anglers and fishing with them in their honey holes. Anglers are invited to be on the show via Mike's popular Facebook page so this really is a show for the everyday angler. Lunkerville packs in some good banter and some brilliant bass fishing from a variety of different locations and watercourses all over the USA. To watch just login or register
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The Lone Star State offers some fantastic outdoor activities, here we concentrate on the fishing, with host Clark Wendlandt. He's one of the very best pro-bass fishermen and three times FLW angler of the year, so he knows a thing or two. He imparts his expertise and offers up some great tips whilst catching bundles of fish, all in his inimitable laid back style.
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The Wild River Bass featured here are the Australian Bass, a native species found in coastal streams and rivers along the eastern seaboard of Australia, from Victoria up to Queensland. This film, the first in the series, is presented by Dave Seaman, who effortlessly manages to convey his love for these fish and the excitement that catching them can generate. He regularly fishes with buddies Scott Saxby, Paul Albery and Brian Everingham and their approach is to enter a river, upstream in remote countryside and then use kayaks or canoes to drift downstream with the current. This enables them access to stretches of river otherwise unreachable and allows them to cast into the overhanging vegetation, snags and branches along the banks. Dave talks us through the reasoning behind his choice of lures for various conditions, this includes an assortment of surface, shallow and deep diving lures, he favourite seems to be a ponyhead, with a soft rubber tail... and its very effective. A good Bass is anything measuring over 50cms and Dave catches plenty of these. This is a great introduction to what for many viewers will be a new species to admire. To watch Wild River Bass 1 now, just login or register
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Dave Seaman returns with more Australian Wild River Bass action. He and his team start off at Wild Rivers Bass Lodge on the Macleay River in northern New South Wales. They're back on the water in their kayaks, reaching those places other anglers can't reach. After a very early morning start the fish seem more lively than Dave whose demeanour isn't lifted when it starts pouring with rain, but these guys know what they're doing and are great at explaining their tactics and thinking. The magic hour is during the transition from dusk to darkness, this is when the 50+cm fish start coming out to play. Dave explains that some nights can be fairly quiet with just a fish or two, but here, having successfully tracked them down, the guys have a night to remember with big fish after big fish. The team drive further north to the gorge on the Clarence River. Here they don't need the kayaks as they are rock hopping around the pools beside the rapids. Conditions aren't ideal because the river is up and running hard and the water still murky with plenty of froth. The bass don't seem to mind though as they seem unable to resist a lure drawn across the surface just under the foam. To watch Australian Wild River Bass now, just login or register
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The Journey that Dave Seaman describes in Wild River Bass 3, is not just the one he and cameraman Brian Everingham make over 36 hours in their kayaks, down one of their favourite rivers in eastern Australia, but also the journey he has made from the young inexperienced teenager, casting his first lure, to the wily campaigner, who seems to hook large bass after large bass without seeming to try. It's obviously a journey he has thoroughly enjoyed and he finds it very easy to convey to us his love for the sport. This film, with excellent use of go-pro cameras makes us feel we are sharing every mile the pair make, hauling the kayaks overland around the rapids and the subsequent drift down stream in fast water is as exhilarating as a good fairground ride. But Dave stresses it's not just about the fishing, there is as much enjoyment to be had by just soaking up what nature has to offer. There is some fantastic footage of the wildlife to be encountered in the Australian countryside, particularly as dusk falls and the bats start swooping in over the river. To watch Wild River Bass on Lures now, just login or join

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