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The Bass University intros digital training

The Bass University intros digital training

The Bass University today introduced its digital video training component – called The Bass University TV – designed to help anglers catch bass more consistently.

The program consists of an ever-expanding library of digital training videos that have been captured from The Bass University classes around the country. In addition to classroom instruction, Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek have filmed on-water training, which demonstrates in greater detail the lessons discussed in each class. Viewers can watch, listen, and learn sound bass fishing strategies from the top professional anglers’ presentations on techniques that they specialize in.

The format allows each angler to learn at his or her own pace, wherever the angler may be. Videos can be viewed on any Internet-enabled TV, computer, tablet or mobile device.

Memberships are $15 per month or $150 annually and anglers can subscribe at www.TheBassUniversity.com/TV. As a special introductory offer, each Bass University TV member will receive an autographed picture from Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek, co-creators of The Bass University. Each member will also receive a gift pack featuring Rapala, VMC, Berkley and/or Molix tackle (retail value of $15). The introductory offer runs through May 27.

Sneak peeks of The Bass University TV’s video library can be seen on the organization's YouTube channel.

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