This is an 11-minute bass fishing instructional video on how to locate spawning bass and how to identify bass on beds. Bass University's "Dean" Pete Gluszek takes you on the water to talk about areas to target when looking for bedding bass. He will help you determine how to efficiently survey
Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek are on the water talking about how to select a target when presented with a multitude of cover.
BASS Open Champion Pete Gluszek will teach you how to catch spawning bass that you can't see. In this 16-minute on-the-water fishing class, Pete Gluszek in the backwater areas of a river, where you might normally sight fish, but since the water is stained, he'll teach you how to blind
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
Pete Gluszek loves to fish spinnerbaits, and he likes to try different color combinations, particularly with the blades. Pete is fishing during the pre spawn period as bass have not yet moved up and locked in on beds, but they are transititioning to shallower water and feeding up for the
Pete Gluszek is on the water for Bass University talking about basics for beginners. Previously, Pete was fishing in a small pond, talking about locating bass from the bank in a pond or small lake. In this video, Pete is out on
In 2018 one of Mark Zona's beloved friends shared his Braided Line Treble Hook Trick on The Bass University TV. In turn, Mark has chosen to share one of his friend's secret rigs for catching bass, and it's an alternative to the Ned rig, perhaps even
Mike "Ike" Iaconelli is on the water to do a demonstration of a hot finesse fishing technique called the chicken rig. This rig is unlike any other finesse rig. It has elements of several other techniques, namely the Neko rig, the shakey head techniques, but with decided advantages over both.
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.
In this video, bass fishing tournament angler Kurt Dove talks about fishing jerkabits in every season. He talks about how largemouth and smallmouth differ in the summer. He discusses the areas that are key for locating smallmouth bass and the depths to target with the bait. Kurt shares the details
Fred "Boom Boom" Roumbanis & Pete Gluszek our out on big bass paradise, El Salto with Anglers Inn talking about fishing topwater frogs. Fred and Pete talk about how you don't have to fish a frog just in cases where you feel like bass are eating frogs. This is important
In this seminar, George Cochran gives you his tip and tricks on how to use the wacky-rig worm effectively.
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
The Ned rig is a great finesse fishing technique, but it excels in open water situations. What about when you want to fish a finesse technique like the Ned rig around vegetation and skip it around cover without getting hung up? Mike Iaconelli introduces a new finesse bass fishing technique developed