Straight retrieve, bumping and grinding, yoyo-ing - all common and standalone retrieves for lipless crankbaits. Knowledgable anglers like FLW pro Scott Suggs combines all of them with this approach to fishing points with the Berkley Warpig. It starts with a long cast over the structure, letting the lure sink on the far side, then systematically working it up the point, over the top flat, and down the nearside ledge, while never loosing that critical bottom contact. Short and straightforward, but a worthwhile tidbit of content that pertains to pretty much any bass waters.
How to Fish Lipless Crankbaits Over Points [Video]
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