Don’t let the terrible winter weather keep you from preparing for the upcoming bass fishing season! Come to Worcester, MA this weekend to learn directly from the top pro anglers in bass fishing.  The Bass University is preparing to bring their next advanced bass fishing class to Worcester on February 8th and 9th at the New England Fishing & Outdoor Expo located inside the DCU Center.  Classes feature high-tech presentations on the latest techniques to help YOU catch more bass.  Class instructors are Ott DeFoe, Randy Howell, Mike Iaconelli, Paul Elias, John Crews, and Pete Gluszek!

Saturday Feb. 8 Speakers and Topics:

Mike Iaconelli:
#1.  Finesse Plastics
#2.  Locating and Catching Bass with Crankbaits

Paul Elias:
#1.  Power Fishing Techniques for Offshore Bass
#2.  Deep Water Tactics and Strategies

Pete Gluszek:
#1.  Ultra Shallow Tactics
#2.  The Carolina Rig

Sunday Feb. 9 Speakers and Topics:

Randy Howell:
#1.  Topwater Baits
#2.  Lipless Crankbaits

John Crews:
#1.  Drop Shot VS Shaky Head
#2.  Learn Your Tools to Help Catch More Fish

Ott DeFoe:
#1.  Breaking Down a New Lake 101
#2.  Become a Better Angler by Using Electronics Deep & Shallow

Classes run from 8am to 5pm on both Saturday and Sunday.  Each day there is a hands-on break out session with the pro instructors as well as a question and answer round table discussion.  All Bass University students will receive a limited-time discount code for 15% off TackleWarehouse.com, TBU course booklet, t-shirt, loaded tackle gift bag, and more!  There will also be tons of great prizes including a custom Mustang Survival PFD and Bass Cat jacket!  The goal of The Bass University is to help each angler, from beginner to expert, to take their fishing skills to the next level!

NEW The Bass University Tip of the Week: Pete Gluszek

“Suspending jerkbaits, twitch baits, or rip baits. No matter what you call them, they are one of the best early season techniques to catch bass. When the water is cold and begins to warm in the spring, this type of technique can sometimes be the most effective way to trigger strikes when other strategies are ineffective. One of the keys to triggering jerkbait strikes is to implement an erratic retrieve with short pauses. The colder the water, the longer the pause. For example, with water temps in the upper 30’s a pause of one minute or more can be the best way to trigger strikes from early season bass.”

During the class breakout session, Pete Gluszek shows the students techniques to catch more big fish!. Photo credit: Paul Fisler.
The Bass University is committed to growing the sport of bass fishing through education by offering the premier bass fishing educational programs in the country! Check out our On-Water Training for 2014 on our website!

Ticket prices are as follows:

Weekend Passes:
Adults – $199
Students and kids 17 and under – $175

Single Day Passes:
Adults – $109
Students and Kids 17 and under – $97

Remaining 2014 Class Schedule:
-Worcester, Massachusetts- February 8- 9 at the DCU Center
-Tulsa, Oklahoma- March 1-2 at the Crowne Plaza Tulsa- Southern Hills

Register at www.thebassuniversity.com

Image courtesy The Bass University

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