Bass Fishing Instructional Videos:
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are live discussing Todd Faircloth's Grass Fishing and Josh Bertrand's School of Bass seminars.
The Dean’s Office Week of Feb 8, 2017
The Dean’s office week of May 3rd
The Dean’s Office - December 12th, 2016
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
Pete Gluszek, "The Dean" of The Bass University, shares his experience with new cutting-edge techniques and classic bass fishing tactics that have been winning tour level tournaments for decades! Gluszek describes techniques for both finesse and power fishing situations with crankbaits, chatterbaits, spinnerbaits, and plastics. Another of Pete's
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
In this on-the-water bass fishing instructional video, Pete Gluszek and Mark Daniels Jr (MDJ) are out fishing on the Delaware River at high tide and catching bass. Pete has selected a stretch of flooded riprap. MDJ is throwing a Bill Lewis Silent Echo squarebill crankbait and flipping
Pete explains how to find an outstanding bass fishing hole right in your back yard. Using the internet and mapping tools to identify potential fishing hot spots. How to use these little ponds and streams to dramatically improve you bass fishing skills.
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are live discussing Randall Tharp's Flipping and Pitching, and Todd Faircloth's Grass Fishing seminars.
The Dean's Office - December 26th 2016
The Dean’s Office Week of March 8, 2017