In this video, Pete Gluszek talks with Japanese lure designer Hiroshi Nishine from Nishine Lure Works Ltd. Nishine discusses how he got started in designing lures, differences in fishing in Japan and the US and more.
Main Topics in this Hiroshi Nishine Interview
Bassmaster Elite Series tournament champion Jamie Hartman was in Tulsa, OK in early 2020 to teach a bass fishing instructional seminar class on his tournament strategy. Jamie won two Elite Series tournaments in 2019, and most years he finishes near the top of the angler-of-the-year points. Jamie's tournament approach reflects
Chris Zaldain is talking about getting the bigger bass bite and winning tournaments. A lot of folks go out and catch limits of decent sized spotted bass, and finish at the back of a tournament pack. If you're ready to take your game to the next level, Chris recommends throwing
Josh Bertrand has been fishing the Bassmaster Elite Series since 2013, and some of his favorite fishing is up north in the Great Lakes. In part, because Josh loves catching big 4lb smallmouth consistently, and the Great Lakes is a prime location to land those big smallies. In this
Main Topics in this Winning Bass Tournaments Class
1:15 Approaching a lake
4:20 The tournament-winning 1-2 punch
10:10 Spring examples
11:00 Summer examples
12:15 Fall examples
14:50 Winter examples
17:20 Multi-species lakes
19:05 Fishing resident fish vs. pattern fish
Angler-of-the-Year Scott Canterbury joins The Bass University in Gadsden, AL to share tips about on-water decision making. In this 1hr+ bass fishing video seminar, Scott will share some of the thought processes that helped him win the Bassmaster Elite Series Angler-of-the-Year title in 2019.
0:36 How to practice for
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, Mike and Pete talk about the Toldeo Bend
Stetson Blaylock started fishing top-level tournaments as a co-angler and went on to fish several years on the FLW tour before transitioning to the Bassmaster Elite Series in 2017. Stetson finished 2nd in the 2019 AOY points, just 8 points out and finished 3rd in the 2020 Bassmaster Classic on
In this Winner's Circle interview, Dustin Connell, fresh off a $300,000 win on Lake Eufaula at the 2021 Major League Fishing REDCREST Championship talks with Pete about his tournament practice and when the light bulb came on for the winning strategy. Learn how Connell used Lowrance ActiveTarget technology to catch
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 McClelland is a successful bass fishing tournament angler. In this 44-minute video, he will teach you the versatility of spinnerbaits and buzzbaits. These lures were mainstays 20+ years ago in tournament bass fishing, in some ways, have lost popularity with the success of swimbaits, swim jigs, vibrating jigs (chatterbaits)
On the November 29th, 2017 Bass U Live Show, Mike "Ike" Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek cover 2 primary techniques:
Review Kevin VanDam's Cold Water/Winter Power Fishing Class
If you've not seen KVD's Cold Water Power Fishing, you'll want to start by checking it out. Mike and Pete discuss Kevin's winter fishing secrets.
Post spawn is one of Jacob Powroznik's favorite times to fish for bass. In this bass fishing class seminar, Jacob shares some of his favorite baits to get bites after the spawn. Powroznik also shares some key areas to look for post spawn bass, as well as loads of tips on
John Murray was in Boxborough, MA a few years back to share some of his favorite lures and techniques for catching smallmouth bass. Some are "old school" techniques that he learned growing up, and they still catch fish. There are also the "new school" techniques that are more finesse-oriented. In