Bass Fishing Videos:
The Bass University welcomes BASS Bassmaster Elite Series angler and Missile Baits owner John Crews and College Series Champion Cody Huff to the February episode of Bass U Live. 17:41 John Crews - talks about his near-win at the Bassmaste Elite Series event on the St. Johns 1:27:37 Cody
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
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
The Dean's Office - December 19th 2016
Pete Gluszek is on the water showing you the strategies, techniques, and baits he likes to use to attack each bass species differently.
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are back in the Adirondack Mountains in this second episode of The BUcket List on Lake Champlain. Mike shares how some of his bass fishing career highlights and life-changing moments came on Lake Champlain. Iaconelli was fishing his second professional tournament against the biggest names in
Professional bass tournament angler Kevin Short (K-Pink) joins Pete Gluszek after the 2018 Ike’s Celebrity Pro-Am Bass Tournament. Kevin, Pete, Brian "The Carpenter" and Eeric "The Intern" talk about the tournament, the great cause of getting kids involved in fishing and
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.
The Dean's Office - December 5th 2016
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 fishing
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
The Dean’s Office Week of Jan 26. 2017
FLW's Lake Champlain Champion Casey Scanlon joins The Bass University to talk about his win and how he adjusted to falling water levels. Casey talks about what adjustments he made and the baits he fished to beat out the rest of the FLW tournament field. Main Topics in this Falling Water
Pete Gluszek is talking to Dave Mansue about winning the 2009 Bassmaster Open on the Upper Chesapeake.
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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