Bass Fishing Videos:
Bass tournament angler Pete Gluszek feels like the Carolina rig gets a bad rap. He's here to convert the haters, and get everyone fishing this monster fish-catching rig. Shortcuts to Carolina Rig Fishing Topics: 0:50 - What is a Carolina rig? 2:25 - Why is a Carolina rig different?
The Dean’s Office Week of April 23rd, 2017
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are live discussing Todd Faircloth's Grass Fishing and Josh Bertrand's School of Bass classes.
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
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are on Toledo Bend in the spring, with water temperatures in the 60s, with the water falling and a cold front moving in. The fish are moving to the bank, but because of the dropping water, and cooler weather, they aren't locking onto beds. 1:13 Where do
The Dean's Office - November 28th 2016
Bassmaster Elite Series bass tournament angler and smallmouth expert Seth Feider joins Pete Gluszek and The Bass University at ICAST 2018. Seth talks about some smallmouth secrets, like what conditions to expect to find smallmouth up shallow and looking for food. Pete and Seth talk about their success or lack
In this brand new episode of The Bass University Live, recorded December 15th, 2019, we are talking about team bass tournaments, also known as "buddy tournaments". This exciting form of angling is a unique and fun way to get out fishing and compete in tournaments. We discuss tactics, techniques and situations
Mike and Pete are back answering questions from the fans in their Bass University Mailbag.
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
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 angler Pete Gluszek is often at the top of the rankings in Bassmaster Opens. In this nearly 1-hour instructional fishing video, "The Dean" is talking about simple swimbait fishing. Knowing win to pick this bait up, and when to put it down. Why/When/Where to Fish a Swimbait? Swimbaits are
BASS tournament anglers Mike "Ike" Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are on the water talking about what shallow water anchors, like Power-Poles, are and how to use them. The are a great tool for targeting spawning fish on the bed, but it's helpful in many other shallow water fishing situations. Very often
Join Pete "The Dean" Gluszek on the water as he explains how to use the wind as your friend in catching bass.
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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
Aaron Martens was in Tulsa, Oklahoma in the winter to conduct a bass fishing class seminar on seasonal water temperatures. Water temperature is one of the most important factors in determining bass location and activity level. Aaron Martens takes a seasonal approach to discussing the changing water temperatures, how fish
Jason Christie's first approach to tournament practice is to try flipping and pitching. If he can find concentrations of fish that will bite that presentation, he's got a good chance to getting tournament-winning fish. You won't always catch a lot of fish flipping and pitching, but, sometimes just a few bites