Bass University Gets Underway in Frankfort, Kentucky, Jan. 19

2083743The Bass University is ready to roll in 2013 with a loaded instructor line-up featuring top professional anglers! Bass University’s instructors will be sharing tips, tricks, and techniques about their fishing strengths that have made them successful professional anglers. The first event in Frankfort, Kentucky is right around the corner, so register now to reserve your seat and join the Bass U class of 2013!

Bass University at the Capital Plaza Hotel & Convention Center in Frankfort, KY

January 19th-

Mike Iaconelli – (1) How to find fish fast on new bodies of water – Using the G.U.S.P. system and maps to find fish fast. (2) Topwaters All Year Long – using topwater plugs to consistently catch big monster bass.
Ish Monroe – (1) All around frogging – How to fish hollow bodied frogs around all types of cover. (2) Power fishing with spinnerbaits all season long.
Brent Ehrler – (1) Sonar fishing, bow to stern- How to properly set up sonar and read it correctly. (2) Deep-water bass – Using jigs and drop shots to catch fish located off the bank.

January 20th-

Pete Gluszek – (1) Shallow crankbait fishing – How to get bass to react on square and round bill baits. (2) All about soft stick baits – Tricks, tips, and rigging methods for the “magic hotdog”.
Ott DeFoe – (1) Early season jerkbait fishing – How to jerk staging bass in the spring. (2) How to effectively fish rising water – Cutting through the debris for magnum size bass!
John Crews – (1) Advanced shaky head fishing – When and how to fish a shaky head under all conditions shallow to deep! (2) The power fishing tandem technique – Using the power cranking and power flipping technique combination to consistently catch big stringers.

Register at www.thebassuniversity.com

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