Bass University Online Dates Announced

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Bass University Online Dates Announced

The Bass University, the leading source of educational materials and opportunities for bass anglers, is launching a new series of live online video training sessions using Zoom technology to allow for the real-time transfer of information between students and top pros.

Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek crafted the Bass University teaching model which incorporates top professional anglers who educate students on seasonal patterns, techniques, lure modifications and more using state-of-the-art presentation technology.  The Bass University’s comprehensive teaching model was developed through decades of hard-learned lessons competing on the sports biggest stages.


This year’s sessions begin on February 16, 19 and 20.   March dates will be announced soon. Each event consists of six (6) classes per day.


February 16

Instructors: Harvey Horne, Buddy Gross, Gerald Swindle

Topics include: Comprehensive electronics, advanced swimbaits, and more


February 19

Instructors: Brandon Cobb, John Crews, Hank Cherry

Topics include: Year-round topwater, targeting the shad spawn, jerkbaits, and more


February 20

Instructors: Patrick Walters, Jake Whitaker,  Shane LeHew

Topics include: Sniper fishing using forward-facing sonar, spinnerbaits for kicker bass, and more


“You don’t need to leave home to interact with the world’s best bass pros,” said Bass University co-founder Mike Iaconelli.   “Our proven teaching model takes anglers through seasonal patterns, cutting edge techniques, bait modifications, bass structure and cover, and much more.  In addition, anglers can pre-order the lures and gear the instructors will be teaching about for an amazing interactive learning session.”


Students will get a $20 coupon for use on Rapala’s sales portal and a 15% off coupon for use at Tackle Warehouse. Additionally, prizes will be given out each day from T-H Marine, Tackle Warehouse and Gillz Gear.


The cost of each class is $24.99 for Bass U TV subscribers, and $49.99 for non-subscribers.


“This is a huge opportunity for serious anglers to learn from the very best,” said Pete Gluszek, President of The Bass University. “Using streaming technology we are now able to bring our classroom experience to our students with no geographic barriers whatsoever.  Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned angler, The Bass University classes are designed to help you catch more and bigger bass.”


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Media Contacts:           The Bass University

Justin Kimmel

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