Two anglers who are successful fishing tournaments from the back of the boat, Justin Kimmel and Chad Smith join Pete Gluszek and Mike Iaconelli on Bass University Live to discuss winning tactics and strategies for fishing tournaments as a co-angler. Learn how to catch bass from the back of the
Bassmaster Elite Series pros Brandon Cobb and Clent Davis join The Bass University on this September 2020 live show to talk about planting brush. In places where it's legal, planting your own brush can introduce tournament-winning bass habitit. Learn what type of brush to drop, where and when to place it and how
Derek Mundy has had 2 tournament wins so far in 2021, in each he's weighed in ~40lb. single day bags of bass, including a couple of 13lb. kickers. In this episode of BU LIVE recorded 2/2/21 at 7PM ET we learn how to target offshore largemouth bass and catch some giants.
Lipless crankbaits are well-known among many fishermen for catching giant bass throughout the year. They are also outstanding search baits for covering water and locating the bass! 2014 Bassmaster Classic Champ Randy Howell has spent countless hours fishing lipless crankbaits, learning the different characteristics between many different lipless crankbaits, and
Canadian angler Jeff "Gussy" Gustafson recently won the Bassmaster Elite Series tournament on the Tennessee River. He joined us on 3/2/21 to discuss "moping", which isn't just a Damiki rig, as well as Humminbird electronics and how Gussy uses Aqua-Vu underwater viewing cameras.
Ott Defoe recently won the Major League Fishing Bass Pro Tour event on Lake Fork. In this episode of Bass University LIVE, Ott discusses his recent decisive victory in the MLF bass fishing tournament with regular BU TV host Pete Gluszek.
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MLF bass fishing profressional Jared Lintner joins The Bass University in Columbus, OH in this bass fishing educational seminar video. Jared got started bass fishing on the West Coast and has decades of experience and has had great tournament success fishing a lipless crankbait. In this bass fishing video, you
Bassmaster Elite Series angler Lee Livesay joins Bass University hosts Pete Gluszek and Greg DiPalma on this episode of Bass University LIVE. On this show, we'll be discussing how to locate and how to fish offshore structure for bass. So get ready to learn about using your electronics and maps
At the Plains Divisional opener of the Major League Fishing Toyota Series on Lake of the Ozarks, Michael Harlin dominated with a 15lb+ winning margin. Watch this recording of our live show form 3/9/21 to learn how Harlin caught most of his tournament-winning bass on an Alabama Rig (aka Umbrella Rig).
Keith Carson won the 2nd stop on the NPFL bass fishing tournament trail on Wright Patman. Keith joins The Bass University Live to share how he fished the moment to secure his first NPFL tournament victory. Also, we discuss Mike Iaconelli and Big Bass week.
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
Sometimes when you don't get a hook in a fish, or the fish swipes at the bait, which often happens with reaction baits, like crankbaits, buzzbaits, chatterbaits and spinnerbaits. What do you do to get them in the boat? Sometimes called follow-up baits, these baits are meant to land those
JT Kenney is out on the water in Florida with a big storm front moving through. JT discusses how the frontal conditions change the bass's behavior. The weather has dictated the areas that are safe to fish and that allowed the us to stream the video live. Even with our
Major League Fishing Bass Pro Tour tournament angler Wesley Strader takes Pete Gluszek on the water for an hour in search of 5 big Lake Chickamauga bass. Watch and learn from Tennessee native Wesley Strader about how to fish Chickamauga and where the fish should be (when they haven't been