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1. tv. & in. to kiss someone intimately. The two of them were in the corner, lipping intently.
2. n. a lawyer. (see also mouth.) So I brought in my lip, and he got me off the rap.
3. and fat lip n. back talk; impudent talk. Don’t give me any more of your lip! I’ve had enough of your fat lip!
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Finally, when big winds blow into rocky structure for days, work through the area fast with spinnerbaits, lipless cranks, and shallow- to medium-diving crankbaits.
Although the lipless baits did the heavy lifting, Kenney said he also used a Carolina rig to mop up each shell bed for less aggressive fish that passed on the reaction baits.
Spanning more than 40 years since the introduction of the Bil Lewis Rat-L-Trap, lipless crankbaits are among the finest search baits of all time.
And the reason we continue to talk about the difference in rippin', pullin', and pokin'-around retrieves is because there are so many times one approach with a lure like a lipless lure or a spoon totally changes how fish respond.
By making long casts with lipless rattle- and bladebaits, you can cover more than a 200-foot radius around the plotted course of the boat.
Some anglers find success using deep-diving or lipless crankbaits, spinnerbaits and soft plastics.
They're mostly not detectable by human ears--as opposed to the rattles inside a lipless crank--but they're beautiful music to a bass' lateral line.
The same rod serves with lipless cranks, suspending baits, and diving lures when the wind is up or bass won't come up on top.
A topwater might get the bite, but even better is a plug that sinks, such as the lipless Yo-Zuri Edge Trembler or a lipped diver like the Rapala X-Rap.
And, of course, lipless lures like the Rippin' Rap used in ripping fashion (but more often "pulled" less aggressively up off bottom) have also entered the scene for walleyes, especially on big waters like Green Bay, Lake of the Woods, Rainy Lake, and Mille Lacs.
Suspending lipless hard baits or shallow diving plugs twitched close to the shore will also draw explosive strikes.
Lipless rattlebaits, such as the Livetarget Gizzard Shad, Berkley War Pig, and Rapala Rippin' Rap, perform well from mid-summer through late-fall.
If you find the fish hanging on deeper water structure, try a lipless crankbait such as a blue back Rat L Trap or Rapala Shad Rap.
Bladebaits work, too, along with some lipless lures.
During midday hours, or weaker tides, suspending lipless jerkbaits may be more productive.