For more than 40 years Glen Lau has been showing us the world of the bass through his many films, photographs and lectures. His credits include Bigmouth, Bigmouth Forever and more television programs than can be listed here. Now he gives us the opportunity to observe the Florida largemouth in a natural habitat and at our leisure through LunkerCam, an unblinking look at the life of several trophy-class fish.
Watch these fish as they feed and interact. Learn how they strike their forage. Study how they relate to cover and weather changes. Lau's bass are located near Ocala, Fla. (in the same waters where parts of Bigmouth and Bigmouth Forever were filmed), but they will go through many of the same stimuli as bass on your favorite waters, wherever they might be. The video will be available daily from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. (ET). For an exciting, live look at how bass feed, be sure to tune in at 1 p.m. (ET) Sundays and Wednesdays.
Watch the fish feed each week at the following (approximate) times.
Glen Lau has spent much of his life underwater, breathing through a scuba tank and watching a world the rest of us can only guess at and wonder about. With Lunker Cam, it may be possible to remove some of that guesswork but keep the wonder and awe of the bass' environment and life cycle.
To learn more about Glen Lau's work, visit www.glenlau.com and www.reelbass.net and find out why generations of bass anglers and nature lovers have considered him the absolute best at breaking down the barriers between our world and the world of the bass.