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BassU topics announced for NJ, Raleigh

BassU topics announced for NJ, Raleigh

The Bass University recently announced the lineup of speakers and topics for its first two sessions of 2014. The sessions will take place simultaneously next weekend (Jan. 11-12) in Edison, N.J. and Raleigh, N.C.

Edison, N.J.
Saturday, Jan. 11

> Pete Gluszek 1. Ultra-Shallow Tactics; 2. The Carolina Rig.
> Fred Roumbanis 1. Swim Jigs; 2. Wake'n and Crank'n.
> Davy Hite 1. Pre-Fishing from Clubs to the Classic; 2. Flippin' and Pitchin', Deep to Shallow.

Sunday, Jan. 12

> Mike Iaconelli 1. Finesse Plastics; 2. Locating and Catching Bass with Crankbaits.
> Adrian Avena 1. Fishing with an Open Mind; 2. Swimbaits for All Seasons.
> Gerald Swindle 1. Simplicity of Jig Selection; 2. Developing Mental Toughness.

Raleigh, N.C.
Saturday, Jan. 11

> Mike Iaconelli 1. Finesse Plastics; 2. Locating and Catching Bass with Crankbaits.
> Kevin Short 1. Blazing Square-Bills; 2. The Perfect Jerkbait.
> Ott DeFoe 1. Breaking Down a New Lake 101; 2. Become a Better Angler by Using Electronics Deep and Shallow.

Sunday, Jan. 12

> Pete Gluszek 1. Ultra-Shallow Tactics; 2. The Carolina Rig.
> Ish Monroe 1. The Art of Punchin' and Flippin'; 2. Power Fishing: Frogs, Square-Bills and Spinnerbaits.
> Brandon Palaniuk 1. Winning with the Percentage Triangle; 2. The Anatomy of Crankbaits.

For registration information, click here.

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