Small Profile Lures To Land You More Spring Bass | Bass Bulletz Lip Ripp-R

Small Profile Lures To Land You More Spring Bass | Bass Bulletz Lip Ripp-R


Late winter / early spring lure selection is crucial when it comes to landing more fish. The Bass Bulletz Lip Ripp-R provides and awesome fish catching presentation in a tiny package. This small reaction bait can help you drive the fish nuts and get them biting in your local waters. @Wisconsin Wildman is here with some hot tips to help you be successful on your next trip!

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Video transcript:

Brandon Stoker:
Welcome back everybody. To another episode on the MONSTERBASS channel. My name is Brandon Stoker, and on behalf of MONSTERBASS, guys, we're going to be talking about a bait that you probably received in your MONSTERBASS bag. I almost said box, but let's be honest guys, how cool is this new bag that they got? The new MONSTERBASS bags. Love it, excited about it. Let us know in the comments, what you guys think about the bag. Super cool. Love to see it. I'm going to use it for a ton of different stuff, but that's not the deal with today's episode.

Brandon Stoker:
Today's episode, we're going to be talking about a bait that was in that bag and that is the Bass Bulletz. I think this is the LIP RIPP-R, right here. So I'm going to dig this thing out in a second here, and we're going to get into this, but first off guys, if you love this type of content, tips, tricks, how to fish a lure specifically for your MONSTERBASS bag, something that you got, or any other tips and tricks that you want to see that you need to know about, here on the MONSTERBASS channel, that's always happening. We're always putting out content for you guys to watch, helpful content, to help you guys catch your personal best and have a lot of fun out there. So if you guys haven't already, make sure you like and subscribe to the MONSTERBASS channel.

Brandon Stoker:
Also, guys, if you love this type of content, you love bass fishing, you love outdoors, even hunting, things like that, guys, go check out my channel. It will be linked down below in the description, Wisconsin Wild Man. I do a ton of fishing in Wisconsin, especially in the Midwest in general, guys, but my channel will be linked down below, do a lot of bass fishing. Lot of different tips of tricks things. So I really appreciate it if you guys could take some time and hop on over there.

Brandon Stoker:
Without further ado, we're going to get into this bait from Bass Bulletz. So I already got it out of there, guys, and we're going to get a closeup on it and talk about it. Now, this bait is really one of those baits that is a little bit smaller profile, as you guys can see. Now we'll get into up close on it and talk about it, but I really like the color on it, but this bait is small. As you guys can see, it's a smaller profile bait. It almost looks like a crank bait slash jerkbait deal. But what you're going to want to use this bait for is a good time of the year. Now, let's think about when does a good small bait like this happen to be effective? Now, early spring and into the winter time is a great time for something like this, guys, just because it's a smaller presentation. You're going to want to fish it a little bit slower, just because those fish are lethargic, guys. It's colder water.

Brandon Stoker:
This is a bait that I'm probably going to throw in colder water situations where the fish are a lot more finicky and they're not looking for a huge meal, something that they have to work hard to get. They're just looking for something easy, small that they can get ahold of with not a lot of effort. They're trying to conserve their energy because that cold water has them super lethargic. So they're not looking to burn a lot of energy doing that. So something like this is a perfect presentation in that early, early spring, cold water temps, 40 to 45 degrees, 50. Once you get to 50 or higher, that's when you're going to want to change up the presentation on things. But this is something in that, from 40 degrees to 50, in that range, that's probably where I'm going to be tossing this bait. And then same thing in the winter time. Once we get into that winter time, when everything's cooling off late fall, winter, once you're getting back down into those 40s again, that's where a bait like this is really going to work.

Brandon Stoker:
All right, so taking a look at this up close, you guys can see that this is pretty small bait. But, the color on this is really nice. Look at that color. It's called blue crystal. I really like this because, look at how shiny that is. When you're fishing that late fall, winter time, even early spring, you want something shiny, something that really stands out to the fish. Now, this color is really, really well. Another thing, the hooks on this thing. These hooks are really, really sharp on there. You have a good bill on here as well. It dives six to six and a half feet, so you can get down there with this bait. But it looks, as you guys can see, 3D eyes on there, it looks really, really well done. It's a really good quality bait as well.

Brandon Stoker:
Something that I forgot to mention as well, guys, is it does have the rattles in it, if you can hear it rattling a little bit, but it does rattle as well. I really like that color. Super shiny, super shimmery in the water, along with that rattle. It really stands out to the fish. This is overall, I'm really impressed with it. It's a really nice looking. It feels good. A really good bait. Now, how do we fish this? How do we get into fishing this little guy right here? So a lot of times, late fall, winter time, or early spring, which is coming up here. Early spring is right around the corner for a lot of us here. We're already going to be going into March, eventually, here. I mean, it's February already, or mid February. We're going to be in the March before you know it and springtime fishing is going to be here.

Brandon Stoker:
So something like this, like we talked about before. Super finicky fish, they don't want a lot of effort to get their meal. They want something small, easy to eat, not a big deal. So how are we fishing this? Well, first off, we're throwing it on a small set-up. A medium-light is probably where you're going to want to be, even a medium rod at most. But I would say, probably medium-light to light, even. This is a smaller bait. It does not weigh a whole lot. So, like I said, even a medium rod might be a little too beefy for this. But a medium-light rod, which isn't a big deal because, in that colder water, those fish aren't going to fight as hard anyway. So you don't need something beefy to get them out of there.

Brandon Stoker:
But personally, how I'm going to fish this lure and how I suggest you guys do as well is really erratic. So a lot of jerking to it, basically like a jerkbait. It also rises very slow, this bait does. So it's going to come up in the water column very slow. But this is a bait where, like I said, you're going to want to pop, pop, pop, let it sit, pop, pop, pop, let it sit. And as the water temps... So maybe when you're getting into 48 degrees, then work at a little faster. Maybe give it a few pops and let it sit. But as that water temp cools off and it gets a lot colder down to 40 degrees, even colder, that's where I'm really just going to give this a pop, pop, and just let it sit.

Brandon Stoker:
I've talked about this before in jerkbait videos, just letting a jerk bait sit there for, sometimes even 30 seconds, really giving it a good, long pause, but that's something you're going to want to do with this bait as well. It's really no different. You're going to want to work it like a jerk bait, erratic actions, giving it long pauses, just because of the time of the year that you're in. But like I said, what I really like about this bait is the size. I think that when you're getting into the winter time, when it's really finicky, if you throw this, you're going to have confidence in it, because you're going to know that this is something that a fish is going to want to eat, no matter what. It really is the perfect size. So this is something, like I said, give it that long erratic couple pops or a pop or two, and let it sit. Give it that time.

Brandon Stoker:
But this is something that is perfect for those cold water situations. Like I said, medium-light. Go with whatever line you really want. You could go with a... You don't need a super high speed reel for a lure like this either, because this bait right here, you're not trying to reef the fish in as fast as you can. You don't have a lot of vegetation year round in the wintertime. You really don't have a whole lot of anything, especially when you're fishing this thing right here. So you don't have to have a high-speed real, crazy line, or anything like that. But like I said, medium-light rod is probably where I'm throwing this, or a medium rod. A medium spinning rod would probably work even better for this.

Brandon Stoker:
So there you guys have it. That is personally how I'd fish this little guy right here. This thing looks super awesome, but that is personally how I would fish this. I'm glad to see it in the bag now, and it looks really good. And it's something that I would definitely use out on the water. So I hope you guys enjoyed today's episode. If you have any questions, comments, concerns, anything about this bait or anything else with MONSTERBASS, leave it down in the comments below and we will respond to you guys. So I hope you guys enjoyed today's episode on the MONSTERBASS channel. Remember to like and subscribe and we'll see you guys on the next one.

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