Grand Prairie, TX Frabill announces it will be adding four more episodes to its popular internet series – College of Ice with Brian “Bro” Brosdahl. Now, anglers across the country will have an even longer opportunity to pick the brain of one of the most knowledgeable ice fishing guides in America through the magic of the internet.
The series officially kicked off in November with astounding views and participation. Over the past few weeks, the College of Ice discussed scouting, apparel, gear, gifts, jigging techniques, and targeting different species. These dynamic and engaging shows gave anglers first-hand information for top techniques and tips for local fisheries.
In response to overwhelming demand and fan feedback, Frabill will continue the series with new episodes airing each Wednesday throughout the entire month of January. Hosts TV personality Steve Pennaz and “Bro” Brosdahl will be online, to share his tips, tricks, and ice fishing know-how. Each week, “Bro” and Steve will be joined by other pros and industry experts that offer unique insight into fish behavior, tackle, tactics and equipment to help you hook more fish. Tune in to Frabill Facebook Live after the holidays to catch the new shows, scheduled for January 6th, 13th, 20th, and 27th.
Experts include Jeff “Gussy” Gustafson who is back by popular demand, factory expert Tim Makos, and Frabill pro Jesse Quale. Topics covered will include lure selection, tackle storage, electronics, rod, reel, and line setup, and live bait tactics. The format in January has evolved and will allow for even more fan involvement with expanded question and answer segments. Whatever your favorite quarry, you’ll catch more with advice from these experts.
The “Bro” Road Show becomes the College of Ice. Tune in and learn from the masters, now through the end of January.
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