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How to Fish the Fat Free Shad SquareBill Crankbait | Bass Fishing

How to Fish the Fat Free Shad SquareBill Crankbait | Bass Fishing


You know when I’m going to fish those stump
fields, those brush piles, rocks, in 10 to 14 foot of water, I’m going to use the Bomber
Fat Free Shad Square Lip. And the reason for that is that square lip is going to deflect
off of that cover under water. That’s what we want in order to get a fish to really be
aggressive and get after that bait. Any time a fish sees a bluegill or a shad
deflect off a piece of cover, he’s going to go after it and strike that bait. And because
of the square lip on this deep diving Fat Free Shad, it’s going to allow me to crank
it down. Depending on the water temperature, usually
as a rule of thumb, the cooler the water is, the slower we like to work our baits, because
the fish may not be as aggressive. The warmer the water, the faster we’re going to work
it. But to get the bait down I’m going to crank it fairly quick, probably on 10 to 12
pound test line. Get the bait on the bottom, and there it is, deflecting off the cover
that I’m fishing, whether it be the rocks and stumps, or even brush piles. Because of the square-ness of the lip, it’s
going to help me catch a lot more fish; because it’s going to deflect off of that cover just
like I want it to. Oh, look at that pig. That’s what that new
Bomber Square Lip Fat Free Shad is going to get you.

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