- Square Bill Crankbait
- Length 4cm
- Weight 4.6g
- Artificial Wobblers
- Hard Bait Minnow
Where to fish it?
- Off rocks
- Shallow water
- Near stumps
- Hard bottom banks with laydowns
When to fish it?
- Weather: These work best in windy and cloudy conditions and allow light, early morning and late afternoon.
- Water Temperature: It should be warming, early spring or cooling, early fall or autumn. The bass has to chase down the crankbait lure so needs a faster metabolism, that’s not available in the cold.
- Fish Depth: A crankbait’s range has a bottom limit of around 20 feet / 6.0 m so their best depth is between 6 feet / 1.8 m and 15 feet / 4.5 m
How to fish it?
The square bill is made to bang off rocks, submerged trees and stumps. The change in the swimming action causes the bass to attack.
They make great search bait for in and around the submerged obstacles.
As we said earlier they work best in early spring and fall (autumn)