Bass Fishing Videos:
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are live discussing Randall Tharp's Flipping and Pitching, and Todd Faircloth's Grass Fishing seminars.
Our most popular piece from the 2018 Bassmaster Classic was Munenori Kajiwara talking about Japan Import Tackle. Pete Gluszek and Pat Renwick welcome Munenori back for the 2019 Bassmaster Classic with more imported Japanese secret baits for catching bass. Munenori bring everything from ultra-finesse, finesse fishing lures like you've never seen,
iCast 2019, the biggest sport fishing tradeshow in the world, wrapped up last week. Mike Iaconelli, Pete Gluszek and Brian "The Carpenter" from Ike Live discuss some of the best bass fishing tackle from the show. Check out the iCast 2019 Bass University awards: 9:04 The year of
Have problems with rust stains on your expensive fishing plugs? Crankbaits, jerkbaits and other hard baits are expensive, and you don't want to toss them just because you got a little rain in your tackle box. In this video, Pete "The Dean of the Bass University" Gluszek shares a
What are highland reservoirs, and how do I catch bass in them? Primarily, highland reservoirs are characterized by their deep, clear water with steep banks, which are often composed of rock, like Cherokee Lake. In this bass fishing instructional video, Bassmaster tournament fisherman Ott Defoe will help you build a
Pete Gluszek is back on the water, after launching is boat and having a great day on the water fishing, he's ready to put his boat back on the trailer. Pete is headed into the marina and talks about everything from "no wake zones" to avoiding damage to your boat.
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are on the water doing some early spring crankbait bass fishing. It's prespawn with changing water conditions that are keeping bass from moving onto the beds to spawn. Mike and Pete discuss the area they're fishing, which has milfoil, along with what baits they're
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are back answering fan questions from the Bass University Mailbag.
One of the most important decisions to make when fishing, which often determines to tournament wins or losses, is the decision of when to stay and when to leave. In this on the water bass fishing instructional video tournament anglers Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek will discuss: Positive fishing conditions
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 answer the following
Tournament bass fishing anglers Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are on the water explaining how they like to breakdown docks. Pete discusses how to approach docks differently based on their construction and how he approaches floating docks. Mike talks about what areas to target first, what parts to
The Dean’s Office Week of May 15th, 2017
In this on-the-water bass fishing video, Pete Gluszek talks about one of his favorite things to do, fish for smallmouth. Specifically fishing tidal rivers for smallmouth bass. If you fish tidal rivers, like the Hudson River or Delaware River this video will help you learn how to catch smallmouth and
How, where, and when to use those great fish-catchers.
Very satisfied with Bass University. I felt every video was very educational and has helped my fishing techniques.
Even as hunting season begins, a lot of outdoorsmen are still on the hunt for transitioning bass. In this seasonal bass fishing instructional video, former Bassmaster Classic Champion and Angler-of-the-Year Mike Iaconelli takes a look at fall bass fishing techniques and explains how to pattern bass during the fall. Iaconelli compares
Aaron Martens analyzes water temperature and its affect on bass movements/ behavior. Most importantly, Aaron will discuss water temperature changes and what you can do to make the correct adjustment in order to catch more bass.
Not all bass do the same thing all the time. You can catch a bass on a topwater near the bank, then drive out to 50 feet and catch another one. Bass do have a tendancy to migrate toward deeper water at certain times of the year and that's what