Bass Fishing Videos:
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? What is the most important thing you carry in your boat? How do you choose when to fish casting
Pure Fishing's Mark Sexton joins The Bass University Live to discuss choosing the right colors for your bass fishing lures. Through Berkley, Pure Fishing represents a huge segment of the soft plastic and hard plastic bait industry. With thousands of colors and patterns to choose from, how do you fill
Carl Jocumsen finished well in January's event on the Harris Chain of Lakes. After finishing 23rd out of over 200 anglers, Carl agreed to take us out to a spot he located, marked and held position on with his Humminbird Electronics to attempt The Bass University 2 Hour
Pete describes the benefits of important bass boat accessories, how to rig them, and more about how you can operate your boat and fish more effectively.
Carl Jocumsen didn't become an Elite angler because of blind luck. He had to put fish in the boat. In this class Carl shares his best tips for landing fish, a topic that is rarely talked about but vital to fishing success. Much is talked about getting fish to bite,
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.
John Crews & Missile Baits : Segment 1 John Crews and Pete Gluszek host August's Bass University Live show. They are joined by Bassmaster Open on Champlain 2nd place finished Bud Cipoletti. All the anglers had been out earlier in the day filming content for future Bass University TV releases. John Crews
FLW Pro Grae Buck is in the studio with "The Dean" Pete Gluszek to discuss grass fishing. Pete and Grae talk about some hot techniques for fishing grass. Most importantly, as we do every live show, Pete and Grae answer tons of subscriber questions from the message board.
Bassmaster Elite Series angler Carl Jocumsen joins The Bass University on the water to talk about fishing big glide baits. Because of their size, some anglers are wary to throw these fish-catching baits. Learn the secret tips and tactics to gain confidence in throwing a big glide bait. Main Topics in
Ever seen a smallmouth following your bait, only to have them lose interest as you slow down your lure retrieve to further entice the interested bass? Tidal river expert and avid smallmouth fisherman Pete "The Dean" Gluszek share tips, tricks and secrets to make smallmouth stop looking at your bait
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
In late January, Carl Jocumsen finished near the top 10% in the first Bassmaster Eastern Open bass fishing tournament, which was held on the Harris Chain of lakes. Directly after the tournament, Carl took The Bass University out to an erea where he caught about 40 bass in 2 hours
Starting today (July 26, 2018) the Bassmaster Elite Series bass fishing tournament was scheduled to begin on the Upper Chesapeake. Ultimately, it was rescheduled because the flooding and floating debris were out of control. The question still remains, what do you do when faced with flooded waters? The Dean of
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
Priceless, it has helped me catch more fish on the water and improved my tournament fishing.
Gerald Swindle is one of the more interesting characters in professional bass fishing, and this is one of his most interesting seminars, and it's certainly the most entertaining lipless crankbait bass fishing class you'll ever watch. Gerald talks about everything from reaching your personal limits to crapping beside the golf
Aaron Martens was in Tulsa, Oklahoma in the winter to conduct a bass fishing class seminar on seasonal water temperatures. Water temperature is one of the most important factors in determining bass location and activity level. Aaron Martens takes a seasonal approach to discussing the changing water temperatures, how fish
Jason Christie's first approach to tournament practice is to try flipping and pitching. If he can find concentrations of fish that will bite that presentation, he's got a good chance to getting tournament-winning fish. You won't always catch a lot of fish flipping and pitching, but, sometimes just a few bites