Why You Should be Ripping Lipless Crankbaits on Lake Okeechobee ~8lbs 9oz fish

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Why You Should be Ripping Lipless Crankbaits on Lake Okeechobee ~8lbs  9oz fish

When fishing for bass sometimes fishing faster with lipless cranks or traps can be key to getting big fish to bite. This is a technique I use when fishing around submerged vegetation and even stumps. The bait being violently tore from the grass elicits a reaction strike from fish that won’t commit to slower techniques like fishing plastic worms and swimbaits. In this vid I break down how I rip lipless crankbaits on Lake Okeechobee around submerged vegetation, what kind of rod and reel to use, as well as what kind of line. Not to mention a #TrophyCatch bass to prove it, weighing in at 8lbs 9oz.

The gear you need to rip traps:

Strike King Red Eye Shad www.tacklewarehouse.com/Strike_King_Red_Eye_Shad/descpage-SKRES.html?from=mkfish

Spro Aruku Shad www.tacklewarehouse.com/Spro_Aruku_Shad/descpage-SPAS.html?from=mkfish

Bill Lewis Ratt’l Trap www.tacklewarehouse.com/Bill_Lewis_Super_Natural_Trap_/descpage-BLST.html?from=mkfish

Power Pro Braided Line www.tacklewarehouse.com/Power_Pro_Spectra_Braided_Line_Moss_Green/descpage-PPSL.html?from=mkfish

KastKing Royale high speed bait caster amzn.to/2qqIqqm

Berkley Shock 7′ Med

GoPro Shoulder Mount amzn.to/2lkPI0t

Camera – GoPro Hero 4 www.tacklewarehouse.com/GoPro_HERO4_Silver_Camera/descpage-GPS4.html?from=mkfish

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