At the Tulsa, OK Bass University, Pete "The Dean" Gluszek caught up with Major League Fishing Bass Pro Tour's Jason Christie to ask some pressing questions. Check out this video to see Jason Christie's responses to the following bass fishing questions:
0:26 Why is MLF better than BASS?
Bassmaster Elite Series bass fishing tournament angler Matt Herren has won over $2m in professional tournament fishing. In this seminar from Gadsden, AL this past winter, Herren joined our in-class training to talk about his approach to flipping & pitching, specifically, "dropping" grass. Matt talks about everthing from the types of
2018 Bassmaster Elite Series Angler Matt Herren joined The Bass University for the first time as an instructor in Gadsden, Alabama. Matt is a long-time bass tournament angler who has been fishing the Elite Series since 2009 and BASS invitationals since 1994! Matt spent many of his formative years fishing
2019 Bassmaster Elite Series angler Matt Herren joined The Bass University in Gadsden, Alabama to talk about keying in on largemouth or spotted bass. On many lakes around the country, you have a choice to fish for either of these species (and sometimes another still), but they are very different
Snookie caught up with John Cox right before the 2020 Bassmaster Classic and was able to ask him a few questions about his recent filming with The Bass University and his plans for fishing the biggest tournament in professional bass fishing.
0:18 What's it like filming in the boat
Paul Mueller is a 6-year veteran of the Bassmaster Elite Series, who won the first event this year on the St. John's River and one the event at Lake Lanier in 2019. In this video, Snookie catches up with Paul at the 2020 Bassmaster Classic to ask him a few
Bassmaster Elite Series angler Matt Herren returned to The Bass University in Gadsden, AL to discuss an old school bait, that many anglers have put away, and many young anglers have never thrown. Proven fish-catchers, balsa baits have often been displaced by plastic-bodied plugs in the modern tackle box. Learn
The Bass University's Rizz asks Bassmaster Elite Series angler Matt Herren 5 questions in this Rap Session interview. Matt shares some some information for novice anglers, average anglers and information about his bass fishing tournament career and goals for the 2020 season.
0:25 What is one piece of advice
Matt Herren is a veteran of 126 BASS fishing tournaments. He's made 7 Bassmaster Classic appearances and finished in the money in 84 of his BASS tournaments. A lot of the money he's won in tournaments has come from fishing a jig. He joined The Bass University in Gadsden, AL to
2019 Bassmaster Classic champion Ott Defoe joins Rizz from The Bass University to answer 5 (or more) questions about his bass fishing career. Ott also shares some advice on becoming a tournament professional and breaking down a new body of water that you've never fished before.
0:29 What is
Snookie catches up with 2019 Bassmaster Elite Series rookie and 2020 Bassmaster Classic qualifier Matt Arey in South Carolina. Snookie asks about Matt's transition from the FLW tour, where he fished for 11 years, into BASS's Bassmaster Elite Series in 2019.
0:26 Matt Arey talks about the transition from
Gerald Swindle was in Anderson, SC in early 2020 to conduct 2 classes for The Bass University. Between sessions, Snookie caught up with Gerald to talk to the recently-returned BASS Elite Series tournament angler about his experience at The Bass University.
0:36 The youth involvement and learning opportunities at The
Mike Iaconelli conducts Bass University's first Rap Session with 2x Bassmaster Classic champion Jordan Lee. Iaconelli asks 5 bass fishing questions, and Jordan provides his response.
0:40 Growing up, did you ever attend a Bass University class?
1:23 How does it feel to be a Bass University instructor?
Riz from The Bass University Live (and Ike Live) is joined by BASS Bassmaster Elite Series angler John Crews. In this rap session, John Crews will answer the following bass fishing questions:
0:29 Do you have a piece of advice for a weekend angler looking to go pro?