HomeNewsIke Live with Joe Balog and Kevin Short Jan. 12 Pittsgrove, NJ, January 5, 2014. Joe Balog and BASS Elite pro Kevin Short are guests of Pro Angler Mike Iaconelli and co-host Pete Gluszek on Ike Live!, Monday, January 12, 8:00 -10:00 pm ET, live-streaming at www.MikeIaconelli.com. Ike After Hours, a free-form discussion among fish heads who call or tweet Mike and the gang, follows at 10:00 – 11:00 pm ET. With freezing January temperatures and cold water everywhere, Joe and Kevin are perfect guests for our “January Freeze” show. Joe Balog learned to fish on Lake Erie and is hailed as one of the best smallmouth bass fishermen ever. An authority on catching brownies and big smallies year-round, Balog developed the Goby Replica™ swimbait for Great Lakes fishing, where round gobies are the preferred delicacy of smallmouth bass. “K-Pink,” as Kevin Short is known, is the most easily recognizable angler in the pro fishing world with his hot pink/camo truck, boat and fishing attire. Kevin has pulled in two Elite Series wins since 2009 and a little cold weather never keeps him off the water. Fans can receive an email reminder for the show by joining Ike’s Fish Heads Nation and can opt-in to the monthly newsletter for links to videos and periodic discount offers. They also can watch videos of previous shows at MikeIaconelli.com/Ike Live and watch or subscribe to clips on YouTube at Going Ike. About Mike “Ike” Iaconelli A South Philadelphia native now living in South Jersey, Mike Iaconelli fell in love with fishing at his grandfather’s side in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. He began fishing in tournaments after high school, joined the pro-am circuit in 1992 and turned pro in 2000. In 2003, he won the Bassmaster Classic. To date, he has won Bassmaster Elite, Classic, and Open championships, including the Bassmaster Elite on the Delaware River in August 2014, and earned over $2 MM in prize money. He and fellow fishing champ, Pete Gluszek, run The Bass University, which offers intense 2-day fishing classes that bring avid amateurs and professional fishermen together.