The Dean's Office - December 19th 2016
Join Pete "The Dean" Gluszek on the water as he explains how to use the wind as your friend in catching bass.
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
Smallmouth Bass are notorious for their ability to move and become difficult to relocate. Jonathon VanDam’s knowledge of the seasonal movements of smallmouth bass will help you save valuable time so that you can spend less time searching and more time catching big brown bass!
Recently Paul Mueller smashed some smallmouth he located with his Garmin units. Now he's out in the cold and clear water fishing for largemouth. The current water temperature is 48 degrees, but Paul doesn't believe that's too cold
Mike and Pete take a question from their mailbag about determining the colors needed on a new body of water. They will answer how to choose colors for soft plastics and crankbaits.
The Bass University LIVE at The 2018 Bassmaster Classic is joined by Bill Shed from Aftco Apparel (American Fishing Tackle Company), a traditionally saltwater apparel, is getting involved directly in the freshwater fishing apparel industry. Many anglers already wear or have worn Aftco: Roland Martin, Paul Elias,
The Dean's Office Week of Jan 2, 2017
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
Ott Defoe joins the Bass University Live in March 2019 to talk about tournaments and big bass. Pete Gluszek and Ott Defoe field loads of questions from Bass University subscribers along with a new "Who Fished it Better" challenge.
Pete Gluszek will help you understand the latest innovations in electronics such as side scan, down scan, and much more. Pete will also offer advice for utilizing 2d and traditional sonar units.
Do you ever get hung up, backlash, wind knots or have other annoyances throughout your fishing day? "The Dean of The Bass Univeristy", Pete Gluszek is on the water to demonstrate tips, techniques and secrets for getting out of trouble.
What to do when you cast your lure over a tree
Bassmaster Elite Series bass tournament angler and smallmouth expert Seth Feider joins Pete Gluszek and The Bass University at ICAST 2018. Seth talks about some smallmouth secrets, like what conditions to expect to find smallmouth up shallow and looking for food. Pete and Seth talk about their success or lack
The Dean's Office - October 31st 2016
To everyone at Bass University, Thank you guys for all that you do! I signed up for a yearly subscription last year and learned so much from all of the seminars. It was so convenient to find seminars on every topic all in one place. Without Bass University I was always searching the internet to find out new tips and techniques but this really simplified things. I really appreciate you bringing this wealth of knowledge to us anglers so thanks again!
Gerald Swindle believes in simple fishing techniques and he loves jig fishing. In this 56-minute bass fishing instructional video seminar, 2-time-Angler-of-the-Year Gerald Swindle (G-man) will tell you why he always has a ballhead jig tied on, and why he believes in it as much as any bait in the tackle
Gerald Swindle, 2-time BASS angler of the Year, is out fishing for some deep summer bass with his Summer Ledge Fishing Starting Line Up Lures. Gerald is going to take you step-by-step through elimating lures and keying in on the right bait, according
Professional bass tournament fishing pro Bill Lowen loves throwing a swim jig, and has been doing it to catch big bass for over 20 years. He begins by telling the story of how he happened upon the swim jig technique, and how it's help him make cuts in top-level fishing