Pete Gluszek covers reading weather patterns, water level changes, and adjusting to fishing pressure. Learn how to analyze the past, present, and future weather conditions when making a game-plan and on-the-water decisions. Pete also describes how the weather can affect fish movements and how quickly to make decisions when the
FLW Pro bass fishing tournament angler John Hunter is back on the water to talk about how to fish with Bladed Jigs (or chatterbaits), which he calls a hybrid between a spinnerbait and a squarebill. John will talk about the different retrieves, how
Pete Gluszek is on the water with a Humminbird 998c to talk about using sonar electronics on your boat. Electronics is one of our most requested fishing eductional topics and Pete is here to ensure you're up-to-speed on how to use these units as your "eyes under the water" to
Pete Gluszek is on the water showing you the strategies, techniques, and baits he likes to use to attack each bass species differently.
The Dean’s Office Week of June 1st, 2017
Davy Hite has won big on the Bassmaster Elite Series with big baits. Davy focuses his presentation on his favorite big baits for "head hunting" for quality fish which are Mop Jigs, swimbaits, giant soft plastics, huge crankbaits, and more.
Do you want to learn how to consistently catch more bass? Drop Shotting is definitely the technique to master and it will help you catch more fish throughout the year, especially in tough fishing conditions! The Drop Shot technique is definitely a major strength for top west coast pro angler
Allen Luck from Keep America Fishing joins Pete Gluszek on Bass University Live at ICAST 2018 to update us on the Pitch-It Campaign and talk about some exciting new products at this year's ICAST.
The Dean's Office Week of Jan 9th, 2017
Justin covers how the extremely effective wacky rig technique will help you to catch more bass in a variety of situations, all the ways to rig baits, and tips that he has used to catch bass all over the United States.
The Dean's Office - October 31st 2016
Rip rap, boulders, pea gravel, bluffs and rocks are a very important in bass fishing, as bass and their food sources often relate to various types of rocks throughout the year. Listen closely to this class from Ott DeFoe, as he helps anglers understand how to locate key rock
The Dean's Office Week of Jan 2, 2017
The Dean's Office - December 19th 2016