The Bass University is coming to Philadelphia on February 16th and 17th  to offer bass fishing instruction from the top anglers in the world!  B.U.’s instructors will be sharing tips, tricks, and techniques about their fishing strengths that have made them successful professional anglers. Attend Bass University at The Greater Philadelphia Convention Center and also gain FREE access to The Greater Philadelphia Outdoor Sportshow! After a nearly sold out event in Kentucky and sold out B.U. classes in Chicago, The Bass University’s remaining classes for this year are filling up fast! Register now to reserve your seat and join the Bass U class of 2013!

February 16th

Paul Elias – (1) How to fish the Alabama Rig – Paul will look at the A-Rig and go over everything you need to know about how to catch bass on the hottest new technique around. (2) All around crankbait fishing – How to catch bass on plugs from 1 to 20 feet deep.

Jacob Wheeler – (1) The versatility of top water bass fishing – Choosing the right top water plugs and how to use them. (2) Understanding river bass fishing – How bass position and feed in current situations!

Davy Hite – (1) Flipping A to Z – Everything you need to know about how to short line giant bass! (2) Elite power fishing – Learn all of the key ingredients (baits, electronics, rod, reel, line, and hooks) to power your way to big limits of bass!

February 17th

Mark Menendez – (1) Learning to master jerkbaits to cover water and find big bass – Using water temperature as a guide to fishing success. (2) Structure fishing essentials – How to find productive bass holding areas way off of the bank.

Fred Roumbanis – (1) Shallow water bass fishing techniques – How to target bass in ultra skinny water. (2) Deepwater bass fishing techniques – How to target bass that live in the deeper depths.

David Dudley – Doing things right! – How to not fall in the trap of just going through the motions. (2) The mental side of bass fishing – How to protect your mind from distractions and concentrate on listening to the fish.

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