Bass University Niagara Topics and Tip of the Week

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The Bass UniversityAfter two successful classes in North Carolina and New Jersey this past weekend, The Bass University is preparing to bring their new 2014 program to Niagara Falls, NY on January 25th and 26th at the Greater Niagara Fishing & Outdoor Expo.  Classes feature a superb instructor line-up of Bassmaster Elite Series anglers, high-tech presentations on the latest techniques, great contest prizes, and much more!

Conference and Event Center Niagara Falls
Saturday Jan. 25th Speakers and Topics:

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

Bernie Schultz:
#1.  Clear Water Spinnerbaits
#2.  Fishing Topwater Baits A-Z

John Murray:
#1.  Zeroing in on Deep Smallmouth
#2.  Murray’s Favorite Smallmouth Tricks

Sunday Jan. 26th Speakers and Topics:
Pete Gluszek:
#1.  Ultra Shallow Tactics
#2.  Advanced Senko Techniques

Chris Zaldain:
#1.  Coldwater Jerkbaits
#2.  Fishing Natural Lakes

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

The Bass University’s instructors will be sharing the tips, tricks, and techniques about their fishing strengths that have made them successful professional anglers. Classes are starting soon, so register now to reserve your seat and learn directly from the top anglers in bass fishing!  All students will receive a Bass University t-shirt, official Bass University Notebook, loaded tackle gift pack.  Also, awesome prizes will be given away in drawings each day!  Prizes include a customer The Bass University PFD from Mustang Survival, personalized Bass Cat Jacket, and much more!

NEW The Bass University Tip of the Week: Pete Gluszek
“One of the most important things an angler can pay attention to is the seasonal patterns of the bass and the bait” says TBU co-founder Pete Gluszek.  “You can be the best deep water angler in the world, but if the bass are on the bank, you are going to have fish in the shallows if you hope to have very much success.  Right now most of the bass in our lakes and rivers are located in steeper, deeper, rocky areas that have minimal current.  As the water warms later in the spring, the bait and the bass begin to take to the shallows in preparation for the spawn.”

“Two of the most consistent methods to catch bass when they are in the winter patterns and before they begin the spawn are a jerkbait and a lipless crankbait.  At The Bass University, we spend a lot of time discussing these two techniques for early spring conditions including: how to identify targets, trigger strikes, and the best way to land finicky cold water bass.  The angler that can quickly identify the seasonal pattern will have the best chance to consistently catch bass.”

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!

Special thanks to The Bass University’s sponsors for their hard work on creating the best program yet!  Tackle WarehouseFishidy, RapalaBass Cat BoatsBerkleyHullSpeedAbu GarciaB.A.S.S.Molix,  Mustang Survival, Power-PoleHydroWaveRaleigh Bass & Saltwater ExpoGarden State Outdoor Sports ShowGreater Niagara Fishing & Outdoor Expo, New England Fishing & Outdoor ExpoTulsa Sports Commission, Visual Effects, and BassGold

 

 

 

 

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