Pro bass anglers flip to score heavy limits from weedy, brushy, and highly pressured waters. This cast allows pinpoint bait placement in thick cover and hard-to-reach spots. Practice in your backyard until you can repeatedly drop a lure into a small target like a coffee cup. You'll need a stiff 7½-foot baitcasting rod and a baitcasting reel spooled with 17- to 30-pound monofilament or heavier braided line. Flip a weedless 3/8- to ¾-ounce lure like a jig-and-pig or a Texas-rigged worm, creature, or tube bait.