"We work diligently to get the best-of-the-best Pro Anglers to teach our classes. --Pete Gluszek
Pittsgrove, New Jersey (PRWEB) February 10, 2016
The Bass University TV (BU-TV), an online bass fishing education program, kicks off its 2016 season this month with weekly releases of all new, online, video bass fishing classes and plans for a live, question-and-answer, Internet show later this spring.
The first 2016 video release is an in-depth class by bass fishing mega-talent Aaron Martens addressing water temperature considerations. It joins the 120 instructional videos already in the online library, which is accessible by monthly or annual subscription.
“We work diligently to get the best-of-the-best Pro Anglers to teach our classes,” said Pete Gluszek, co-founder of The Bass University. “In addition to Martens, we have Greg Hackney, Brent Ehrler, Randall Tharp, Jason Christie, Shaw Grigsby, Jacob Powroznik scheduled to teach classes.”
“Each class is a result of hours of thoughtful preparation on the part of the instructor, and they demonstrate the same bass fishing techniques, tips, equipment, and tackle they use to make a living.”
In the coming weeks, Gluszek and Mike Iaconelli, pro angler and co-founder of The Bass University, expects to launch a live, Q&A, call-in/tweet-in show. Subscribers are welcome to log into BU-TV and participate in preview, testing shows, the first of which is slated for Thursday, February 11 at 7:00 p.m. ET.
“Winter is a great time for fishermen to gain confidence in new techniques, learn new tactics and prepare for the upcoming season,” explained Gluszek. “Our videos and live show are geared to the angler who wants to catch more bass than he did last year.”
First-time subscribers receive complimentary apparel. For more information on video subscriptions or the upcoming live show, visit TheBassUniversity.com/TV.
About The Bass University
Founded in 2010 by Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek, The Bass University offers the premier bass fishing education programs—online, in the classroom, and on the water. Their motto is “Never Stop Learning” and The Bass University strives to build effective programs which can help anglers of all skill levels gain confidence in new tactics and techniques to consistently catch big bass.
The Bass University has quickly expanded world-wide with an upcoming class event scheduled during February in the Toronto, Canada area and with many online subscribers to The Bass University TV located outside of the United States and Canada. The Bass University TV has subscribers in Panama, Australia, Japan, France, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Great Britain, Mexico, and South Africa.
The Bass University has students of all skill levels, including the top pro anglers! Similar to other professional sports where athletes study their competitors, several pro anglers have won big by participating in Bass University classes and The Bass University TV. Randy Howell spoke at a Bass University class in February, 2014 and actually used several crankbaits from his gift bag to help him win the Bassmaster Classic two weeks later on Lake Guntersville. Always look to The Bass University for your fishing instruction.