The Bass University is headed to Framingham, Massachusetts this weekend, January 15th and 16th for the last stop of the winter/spring 2011 schedule. The Bass University classes are taught in an up close and personal classroom type Setting. Students really get to rub elbows and spend one-on-one time with the pros. Pete Gluszek says,” We encourage students to bring maps of their favorite body of water. The pros offer advice and teach them how to break down their lake. The pros attending the Massachusetts class have all competed on the waters in this region and offer the students a tremendous insight into smallmouth and largemouth patterns in the northeast.”
One of Mike Iaconelli’s seminars this weekend details how to break down a new lake and find fish fast on new bodies of water. Mike notes, “I love when students bring a map of their favorite body of water and we get to incorporate it into class.”
The Bass University is a two-day intensive instructional program taught by some of the top bass fishing pros in the world. This weekend’s instructors include Gerald Swindle, John Crews, Shaw Grigsby, Fred Roumbanis, Pete Gluszek, and Mike Iaconelli.
The class will be held at the Sheraton Framingham Hotel and Conference Center, 1657 Worcester Road, Framingham, MA 0170. Tickets are $225 for adults and $175 for kids. To register for the class or to find out more information visit www.thebassuniversity.com or call (856) 521-0046. For more details regarding this press release, contact Pete Gluszek at (609)805-2280
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