When ESPN and the Outdoor channel let you down, and you are jonesing for your bass fix, check out the offerings online on YouTube - I was surprised at how much there was up for the bass aficionado.
The beauty of YouTube is not just the stolen clips from commercial TV, but also the classic clips you can't track down anywhere else outside of a rummage sale, but even more importantly the fact that anyone, anywhere with the barest minimum of video equipment can effectively have their own broadcast channel.
So who's using it? Pros. Guides. Bait companies showing off their latest tests. Bass fishermen of all stripes and regular guy anglers who just want to share their video from their local lake with their buddies.
and especially this one. It doesn't get any better than that.
You can also try searching the name of your local lake, your favorite pro, or tournament series, and you are almost guaranteed to get results.
The best part about it is that you can make it better by adding to it yourself. It doesn't take much to make a YouTube video, and it's free and easy to use. If you do upload your own videos, let us know, and if it's cool, we'll post it here, too.