Bass tournament angler Pete Gluszek feels like the Carolina rig gets a bad rap. He's here to convert the haters, and get everyone fishing this monster fish-catching rig.
Shortcuts to Carolina Rig Fishing Topics:
0:50 - What is a Carolina rig?
2:25 - Why is a Carolina rig different?
Professional bass fishing anglers Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek answer the following Bass University TV subscriber questions:
What are your favorite vibrating jig trailors?
How do you select the best polarized lens color for fishing?
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Pete Gluszek, "The Dean" of The Bass University, shares his experience with new cutting-edge techniques and classic bass fishing tactics that have been winning tour level tournaments for decades! Gluszek describes techniques for both finesse and power fishing situations with crankbaits, chatterbaits, spinnerbaits, and plastics. Another of Pete's
In this on the water bass fishing video class, "The Dean" of The Bass University Pete Gluszek, is out fishing over matted vegetation with 2 highly-effective summer fishing lures, a hollow body frog and a buzz toad. While these 2 baits are both
From tiny synthetic jigs for smallmouth to big bucktail jigs on ledges and everything in between. This is an old school technique that is having a resurgence in the bass fishing world. In certain conditions, the hair jig can really dominate. Seasonal patterns, technique and selecting the right
When the water temperatures get hot, the bass fishing can cool down. Pete Gluszek discusses the techniques that he often uses to trigger strikes from lethargic summer bass. Pete also covers effective patterns that dominate summer time conditions including: feeder creek patterns, docks, ledges, matted vegetation, and topwater triggers.
Greg Dipalma co-hosts this episode of The Bass University Live with Pete Gluszek. Carl Jocumsen and Bub Tosh also join the show to talk about fall transition baits.
Fred Roumbanis is with "The Dean" Pete Gluszek on the lunker-bass-filled Lake El Salto with Anglers Inn. Fred is out demonstrating different ways to fish his topwater frog Stanford Baits Boom Boom Hollow Body Frog.
Walk-the-dog or side-to-side - Fred talks about the equipment
Mark Zona is on the water for the first time with The Bass University TV. He's here to share secrets about something he spends hours doing almost every time out, and that's "finding the juice" using his Humminbird Helix 10 sonar and side imaging electronics. After locating and marking waypoints
Mark Daniels Jr.'s title sponsor is Rat-L-Trap, and he loves this original Bill Lewis lure. He starts this seminar by sharing why he loves the Rat-L-Trap, including catching some of his largest bass. Quickly learn the legend of the Rat-L-Trap that originates on
Pete Gluszek is on Toledo Bend to talk about "The Spawn Season" and locating spawning bass when fishing in stained water. Pete discusses what he looks for to know that the fish are headed to the spawning areas, including the main lake water temperature. Pete talks about other things that
Mike Iaconelli takes us on the water to talk the fine points of finesse fishing. He covers everything from setting the hook to how to play the fish on light line in different cover situations.
Bass fishing tournament champion Mike Iaconelli is on the water about a secret bait and technique being used to catch big bass. Known as "flutter spoon fishing" or "structure spoon fishing", this technique of fishing a large cupped spoon is used to fish mid-to-deep depths.
Flutter Spoon Fishing - Part 1
The Dean's Office - November 7th 2016