Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are back answering fans questions from the Bass University Mailbag.
The Dean’s Office Week of Feb 8, 2017
Pete Gluszek discusses bass fishing with Spinnerbaits
The Dean’s Office - December 12th, 2016
This bass fishing video talk show was recorded April 13th, 2017 with Bass University's Dean, Pete Gluszek, Bassmaster Classic Champion & Angler-of-the-Year Mike Iaconelli, Bassmaster Elite Series Pro Brandon Palaniuk and Harris Chain FLW tournament champion Bradley Dortch.
Live Video Segment 1
Brandon, Mike and Pete talk about the Toldeo Bend
Fred Roumbanis describes scenarios of fishing matted vegetation and offers advice for when to target the bass with either a frog or with flipping jigs and soft plastics. Fred also discusses when and how the bass will use the matted vegetation for cover and to ambush baitfish.
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
Dave Mansue is on the water explaining his favorite ways to rig and use big worms.
The Dean’s Office Week of April 5th, 2017
In this on the water bass fishing instruction video, Dave Mansue talks about fishing beaver-style baits, like the Missile Baits D Bomb. This is a great video for beginners as Dave Mansue covers many bass fishing funadamental principles for fishing shallow water cover, like
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
Why does BASS Open champion Pete Gluszek love the fall? Firstly, less fishing pressure! People are out hunting, back in school and preparing for the holidays, which means fewer anglers out trying to catch bass. Also, fish are moving and feeding up. In this video, Pete will