A lipless crankbait is one of those rare lures that work well from shallow to deep, but most anglers simply cast and wind. While effective, jigging is often a more effective trigger. As David Fritts explains, bass love lures that fall, and a lipless crank is one of very few hardballs that you can effectively work on the fall while maintaining flash and vibration. Here’s how to work it with a jigging motion, while expanding the effective range of this lure when bass are setup deeper.
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