Bass Fishing Videos:
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?
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek host Bass University TV LIVE, a bass fishing web show, where they discuss the latest training classes and PRO subscribers can ask questions and win prizes! Live shows are free to watch, so watch for our newsletter for the next show, which is
Pete Gluszek is on the water to show you how to identify spawning areas, and utilize this knowledge to intercept bass on the way to, and at the spawning beds.
Bass Open tournament angler Pete "The Dean" Gluszek is talks about fishing and catching fish with a finesse crankabit. You may be asking yourself, "What is a finesse crankbait?". Mr. Gluszek explains that a finesse crankbait differs from a regular crankbait in that it usually has a tighter wobble, silent
BASS professional tournament fishing angler Pete "The Dean" Gluszek is on the water, fishing a river system and talking about objects that break the current, how fish setup on them and how to fish them. Pete is talking about a piling in the water, he points out the where the
Tod Castledine found an old bait that he made 1 cast with, then cut it off and forgot about it. Later, he smoked them with it, even though it was an "awful color". Now that bait is available from Strike King. It looks like a crankbait, and it's technically a
Ott Defoe joins the Bass University Live in March 2019 to talk about tournaments and big bass. Pete Gluszek and Ott Defoe field loads of questions from Bass University subscribers along with a new "Who Fished it Better" challenge.
The Dean’s Office Week of March 8, 2017
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 Palaniuk Brandon, Mike and Pete talk about the Toldeo Bend
Mike Iaconelli returns to host The Bass University LIVE, along with Pete Gluszek and Ken Duke. In this episode, biologist Jeff Holland and tournament pro Bryan Schmitt join the show to talk about bass fishing aquatic vegetation. 17:47 Biologist Jeff Holland takes questions from viewers and talks about different
In this episode of Bass University TV Live, we are joined by Adrian Avena. Like Pete Gluszek, today's host, Avena is a Northern angler, an FLW alumnus and BASS tournament angler. Avena narrowly missed qualifying for the Bassmaster Classic in 2017. Today, Pete Gluszek and Adrian Avena are talking about
The Dean's Office Week of Jan 9th, 2017
Join Professional Angler Pete "The Dean Gluszek" on the water as he hangs out with one of the best young anglers Matt Lee. They are on the water discussing how to breakdown some structure and cover, as well as some tactics and techniques.
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are live discussing Jacob Powroznik's Bed Fishing and JT Kenney's Lily Pads classes.
Its the little subtle techniques that make you a better angler in this sport and here you can get them right from the pros mouths.
Gerald Swindle believes in simple fishing techniques and he loves jig fishing. In this 56-minute bass fishing instructional video seminar, 2-time-Angler-of-the-Year Gerald Swindle (G-man) will tell you why he always has a ballhead jig tied on, and why he believes in it as much as any bait in the tackle
Kevin VanDam shares well over an hour of crankbait fishing secrets! KVD is arguably the greatest tournament angler, and perhaps the best cranker in bass fishing history. Bassmaster Elite Series champion Kevin VanDam owes a great deal of his tournament success to fishing a crankbait. KVD believes in paying attention to detail,
In this remastered bass fishing instructional class video seminar, Gerald Swindle, aka G-Man, is sharing with The Bass University students how the simple way of how to fish a jig. Gerald shares his approach to color selection, sizes, trailer selection, rod selection, reel speed, line choice, skirt materials and other considerations