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.
In this video, Bassmaster tournament fishing champions Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek talk about attaching a flurocarbon leader to braided line, how to do it, and why you want to do it. Pete shares a great knot for connecting the two directly, and Ike shares some benefits of using a
Kevin VanDam prefers to use heavier-than-average weights when it comes to fishing tubes and finesse swimbaits. Like everything else within his finesse fishing arsenal, Kevin's approach is to make more casts, create contact with the cover and generate reaction strikes from larger bass. Tubes and Finesse Swimbaits work almost anywhere
Mike "Ike" Iaconelli is on the water teaching you about one of the most popular finesse tactics out right now, the dropshot.
John Crews is back on the water with Bass University TV. In a previous video, John talked about the Tackle for Fishing a Punchshot or Tokyo Rig. In this video, should you choose to fish this rig, John Crews will show you
Gerald Swindle places well in many tournaments, and often he's noted as having been "junk fishing" in the event. When you're not really "On 'em", but you need to catch 5 bass, that's when junk fishing can really come in handy. In this bass fishing class, you will learn:
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 has been challenged to go out in early winter cold front conditions and catch a 5 bass limit in 2 hours. Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek streamed this on the water live on November 14th, 2018 on a Northeastern US lake. The lake has cold, relatively-clear water and
If you follow tournament bass fishing, you know that a lot of tournaments are won fishing tailraces (the area just below a hydroelectric dam). You may wonder what attracts bass to this area, why bass are easier to target in tailraces, or how pros catch bass and win tournaments in
When it first showed up on the scene, the Alabama rig (aka umbrella rig, aka the chandelier) would catch them pretty much anywhere you threw it. As it's aged, it's fallen into it's own niche. There are great times to throw this rig where/when it will catch them far better
Lots of folks think of cold water, winter and early spring fishing when they think about fishing jerkbaits for bass. Kurt Dove is hear to dispell the myth that these hardbaits are only for those cold water lethargic bass. Dove explains that jerkbaits excel in clear water situations. In this
In Pete's previous on the water fishing class, he talked about Baits & Tackle for Prespawn Fishing. In this class, he's out fishing and demonstrating some techniques he uses to catch prespawn bass.
Prespawn Fishing Locations
Pete Gluszek visits 3 typical prespawn bass fishing locations and
FLW Tour professional tournament bass fisherman Luke Dunkin is back with The Bass University on the water to talk about fishing riprap banks. Luke talks about how he approaches riprap banks and the lures he employs to catch bass. After discussing his favorite baits, Luke goes out and demonstrates fishing
In this on the water bass fishing video, learn how to fish a magnum shaky head worm. Pete Gluszek is not known for wanting to throw small/slow finesse techniques, and for good reason, covering water with bigger profile baits often catches bigger fish. Particularly in a 5 biggest bass tournament,