Pete Gluszek, The Dean of the Bass University, says that one of the most common questions he gets from anglers when guiding and students at Bass University classes is, "What fishing line should I use in different situations?". In this fishing instructional video, Pete discusses the different types of
Bass fishing tournament champion Mike "Ike" Iaconelli is on the water to conduct a 3rd and final on the water seminar about topwater lures, specifically prop baits, poppers and walking baits, which Mike introduced in the Topwater Lures seminar. In his second seminar, Iaconelli talks about Topwater Rods, Reels & Line.
Mark Zona is back on the water to talk about fishing topwater poppers, like Strike King HC KVD Splash Popper and pencil baits (walk-the-dog-style baits) like Strike King KVD Sexy Dawg. He talks about how he utilizes each bait during
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
Mike Iaconelli's new adventure fishing show premieres Friday, Oct. 12, 2018 at 10/9c on Nat Geo Wild. See more details on Fish My City at mikeiaconelli.com.
Bass University TV instructor Bobby Lane is back on the water in this 18-minutes tutorial video to demonstrate a tachnique that he's mastered, which is flipping & pitching heavy cover for big bass! In a previous seminar, he talked about Flipping Tackle for Beginners & Pros, where he covers the equipment
Tournament bass fishing champion and guide Pete Gluszek introduces a crankbait he helped design, Pete's Quite Killer. Pete explains why this thin, silent, tight-wobbling crankbait is key when fishing gets tough. This shallow-running crankbait is great to fish in pressured waters around vegetation, blowdown trees, shallow docks and more.
January 2017 Bass University Live Fishing Question and Answer
Video Segment 1 - Bass University News
Bass tournament fishing pros Mike Iaconelli & Pete Gluszek talk about what's going on with the Bass University, how to ask question to the guest pros, and how to win prizes, by becoming a PRO
Dave Mansue is on the water explaining his favorite ways to rig and use big worms.
Todd Faircloth shares his strategies for understanding bass movements and positioning among various types of grass/ vegetation during the winter and spring of the year. Then, Todd describes each detail about his best tactics and baits for catching these big grass bass in cold water situations and when the
Michael Iaconelli (aka Ike), the 2003 Bassmaster Classic bass fishing tournament champion, new MLF Bass Pro Tour angler and host of "Fish My City" on Nat Geo WILD joins The Bass University TV on the water to talk about his emergency plan when a day of fishing is going off
Previously, bass tournament fishing angler Kevin Short talked about Tackle for Fishing Squarebill Crankbaits. Now, he's back on the water to talk about where and how to fish the bait.
Kevin Short begins by talking about targets, specifically, how he approaches laydowns. For instance, what he's
Bass University co-founder and BASS tournament champion, Mike "Ike" Iaconelli is on the water to talk about casting spoons, like the Johnson Silver Minnow Spoon. When conditions are tough or the baitfish are small, the casting spoon can be dynamite. In this 18-minute video, Mike covers
Pete Gluszek is on the water to talk about the importance of high quality polarized sunglasses. Whether you're looking for spawning fish in the spring, or any other time of year that we want to see the habitat in the shallows, or identifying bass chasing your bait, you need good