Bass University Announces Dallas Topics

Bass University Announces Dallas Topics The Bass University is headed to Dallas on February 9-10 and has announced the topics that will be discussed.

We all know that everything is BIGGER in Texas! The Bass University is coming to Dallas, Texas on February 9th and 10th for what will be an appropriate Texas-style BIG event! Bass University instructors will be sharing tips, tricks, and techniques about their fishing strengths that have made them successful professional anglers. After a nearly sold out event in Kentucky and sold out B.U. classes in Chicago, The Bass University’s Dallas classes are filling up fast! Register now to reserve your seat and join the Bass U class of 2013!

February 9th-
Gerald Swindle – (1) Junk Fishing Basics.  (2) Dock Fishing 101
Kevin Short – (1) Blazing square bills for big bass - Learn which square bill crankbait to use on different types cover from the man who has won over half a million dollars on the square bill wonders. (2) All about fishing soft plastics - Kevin will go over how to select the right size, shape, and colors for different situations all year long.
Mike Iaconelli – (1) Jigs, the best all around bass bait - Analyzing different sizes, trailers, and techniques for catching monster bass.  (2) New finesse techniques - The latest in finesse soft plastics fishing.

February 10th-
Jeff Kriet – (1) Finding Fish on new bodies of water - How to manage your time to find bass fast! (2) Fishing Offshore structure - How to find and catch schools of bass way off the bank.
Pete  Gluszek- (1) Spinnerbaits and Vibration Jigs- How to make bass react year round. (2) All about soft stick baits – tricks, tips, and rigging methods for the “magic hotdog”.
Randy Howell – (1) Topwater tips and techniques - Triggering fish on top can be the most exciting and effective way to catch big bass. (2) Lipless vibration baits - Using lipless baits year round to catch bass in any condition.

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