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
Mike Iaconelli conducts Bass University's first Rap Session with 2x Bassmaster Classic champion Jordan Lee. Iaconelli asks 5 bass fishing questions, and Jordan provides his response.
0:40 Growing up, did you ever attend a Bass University class?
1:23 How does it feel to be a Bass University instructor?
At the Tulsa, OK Bass University, Pete "The Dean" Gluszek caught up with Major League Fishing Bass Pro Tour's Jason Christie to ask some pressing questions. Check out this video to see Jason Christie's responses to the following bass fishing questions:
0:26 Why is MLF better than BASS?
Snookie catches up with 2019 Bassmaster Elite Series rookie and 2020 Bassmaster Classic qualifier Matt Arey in South Carolina. Snookie asks about Matt's transition from the FLW tour, where he fished for 11 years, into BASS's Bassmaster Elite Series in 2019.
0:26 Matt Arey talks about the transition from
Gerald Swindle is a 2x Bassmaster Angler-of-the-Year who, in 2019, switched to fishing the MLF Bass Pro Tour. Gman lives on Guntersville and has spent a fair amount of time fishing for bass on ledges. In this informative and entertaining 1 hour and 8 minute bass fishing class seminar, Gerald
Gerald Swindle is back on Lake Guntersville with The Bass University to talk about offshore structure fishing. Ride along as Gerald looks for some bass schools on offshore structure and targets them with a Rapala DT Series Crankbait.
0:33 Color selection on ledge fishing
2019 Bassmaster Classic champion Ott Defoe joins Rizz from The Bass University to answer 5 (or more) questions about his bass fishing career. Ott also shares some advice on becoming a tournament professional and breaking down a new body of water that you've never fished before.
0:29 What is
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
Gerald Swindle had sort of a "burned out" moment a few years ago, he wasn't fishing as much because he loved it, and more time was being spent on business priorities. Gerald realized that he's always loved fishing, and that he wanted to make decisions that allowed him to "keep
Gerald Swindle was in Anderson, SC in early 2020 to conduct 2 classes for The Bass University. Between sessions, Snookie caught up with Gerald to talk to the recently-returned BASS Elite Series tournament angler about his experience at The Bass University.
0:36 The youth involvement and learning opportunities at The
Gerald Swindle is one of our top instructors at The Bass University. His combination of fishing knowledge and wit make for an enjoyable learning experience. Gerald Swindle loves to fish a jig, particularly a ball head jig, but there are other great ways to catch bass. In
Over the years, Gerald Swindle has provided some of the most motivational and informative bass fishing seminars at The Bass University. This seminar is no different. Gerald is known as a successful junk fisherman, but that doesn't mean he's running around the lake throwing every lure in his tackle box
Returning BASS Bassmaster Elite Series angler Gerald Swindle is in Anderson, SC to teach that class and all The Bass University TV online students about cold water cranking (aka cold water crankin'). After a year fishing the inaugural year of Major League Fishing's Bass Pro Tour, Gerald Swindle is returning to
In this hour + on water bass fishing class, Gerald Swindle talks about the equipment needed and demonstrates the technique of flipping grass. Swindle talks about baits, rods, reels. etc. that you will need to flip for bass in the grass. With nearly an hour of demonstration of the technique,