Lipless crankbaits have won many tournaments and are one of the most efficient ways to cover water. There are many different weights, allowing them to be fished shallow to deep. There are various sizes and shapes for every situation. Also, there are different sounds - rattling, one-knocker, and silent versions.
The lipless crankbait is a proven fish-catcher, but with treble hooks and weight transfer systems, fish are often able to come loose during the fight. This is why having the correct rod, reel, line, and hooks are critical when utilizing a lipless crankbait.
Phantom Pro Barron Adams provides some tips to help combat these issues and give yourself the best landing percentage. We hope these tips are helpful and allow you to land more fish!