This is the first episode of Bass University's "BUcket List", a list of bass fisheries that are special, even compared to other top fisheries. Bass University instructors and tournament champions Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek have both fished a number of the best bass fishing locations in the world, but
The Dean’s Office Week of April 5th, 2017
JT Kenney grew up in Maryland, around the Potomac River, so he wanted to share some of what he learned about tidal water fisheries with the Bass University students in this bass fishing seminar video which was recorded in New Jersey.
0:45 What causes the tide and how the
Pete Gluszek is on the water showing you the strategies, techniques, and baits he likes to use to attack each bass species differently.
Pete Gluszek is talking about switching species between fishing for largemouth bass and fishing for smallmouth bass. If you have multiple species in your home fishing waters, you'll want to check out this video. Make the most of your day at the lake knowing whether largemouth or smallmouth should be
In this completely remastered bass fishing video, JT Kenney dives deep into fishing lily pads. For starters, there are different kinds of lily pads, and they grow in different environments, and each holds fish better at different times of year or in different concentrations. JT Kenney begins by breaking down the types
Fresh off his first Bassmaster Elite Series tournament on the St Johns River, which was also his first Bassmaster Elite Series tournament win, Bryan New joins The Bass University to share tips and tactics on how he won. Learn about what areas he targeted and what techniques he used to
JT will walk you through the subtle differences of flipping and pitching in grass mats, that can be the difference in cashing a check and going home empty handed.
BASS Open Champion Pete Gluszek will teach you how to catch spawning bass that you can't see. In this 16-minute on-the-water fishing class, Pete Gluszek in the backwater areas of a river, where you might normally sight fish, but since the water is stained, he'll teach you how to blind
Rip rap is traditionally what people call rocks, cynderblocks, chunks of concrete or any sort of stone-like material that's used to stop erosion around shorelines, bridge pilings, etc. They are also great habitat for bass! In this on the water bass fishing class video, Pete Gluszek will share tips for
Bass University TV's Pete Gluszek is on the water to talk about a great year-round techniquefor catching bass. Often fished with a finesse bait, this technique is fished using power fishing equipment. The Carolina rig doesn't just catch small fish, as it's often accused of doing, but it will catch
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
Understanding what the bass eat may be one of the most overlooked elements in bass fishing! Pete Gluszek will teach about forage such as shad, herring, crawfish, gobies, perch, sunfish, etc. Understanding the forage will help you to become more effective at selecting lures with the action, size, and color
Mike and Pete are back answering questions from the fans in their Bass University Mailbag.