Bomber® Square ''A''™ Lures

   

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Dark Brown Crawdad

Dark Brown Crawdad

1-5/8"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
B04SLXC4

White

White

1-5/8"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
B04SL01

Firetiger

Firetiger

1-5/8"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
B04SLFT

Tennessee Shad

Tennessee Shad

1-5/8"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
B04SLTS

Apple Red Crawdad

Apple Red Crawdad

1-5/8"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
B04SLXC5

Baby Bass Orange Belly

Baby Bass Orange Belly

1-5/8"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
B04SLBBO ASST

Foxy Momma

Foxy Momma

1-5/8"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
B04SLFMM

Oxbow Bream

Oxbow Bream

1-5/8"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
B04SLOB

Foxy Shad

Foxy Shad

1-5/8"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
B04SLFS

Dark Brown Crawdad

Dark Brown Crawdad

2"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
B05SLXC4

White

White

2"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
B05SL01

Firetiger

Firetiger

2"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
B05SLFT

Tennessee Shad

Tennessee Shad

2"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
B05SLTS

Apple Red Crawdad

Apple Red Crawdad

2"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
B05SLXC5

Baby Bass Orange Belly

Baby Bass Orange Belly

2"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
B05SLBBO

Foxy Momma

Foxy Momma

2"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
B05SLFMM

Bengal Firetiger

Bengal Firetiger

2"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
B05SLBFT

Oxbow Bream

Oxbow Bream

2"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
B05SLOB

Lemon Lime

Lemon Lime

2"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
B05SLFYG

Chartreuse Black Scale

Chartreuse Black Scale

2"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
B05SLFYBS

Craw Chartreuse Belly

Craw Chartreuse Belly

2"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
B05SLBCC

Baby Threadfin Shad

Baby Threadfin Shad

2"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
B05SLBTS

Foxy Shad

Foxy Shad

2"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
B05SLFS
  • Square paddle w/chamfered corners
  • Classic wide wobble
  • Bounces off objects

The Bomber Square A Lures feature a square paddle with chamfered corners to give you the advantage in timber, stout brush and other heavy cover. Bounces off objects and keeps on running, with its classic wide wobble. Square A cranks rate very high on the toughness scale. Dives: 0-3'.

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 223 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best square bill around This lure works every time i use it. It bounces off of structure pretty good but is not invincible. The colors are amazing too. The colors that work best for me are baby bass, oxbow, and fire tiger. I really recommend trying these out. January 28, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by great bait I typically carry about a dozen rods on my boat. I always have the Firetiger pattern Square A on one. I caught over 50% of my bass last year on that one bait. All conditions in water 12 ft or under, this is the one the bass hit. November 25, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Na This lure doesn't seem to catch fish for me. The wobble isn't amazing. I noticed that this lure isn't all bad, it looks fine, but I haven't caught a fish on this lure. Don't get me wrong, I know how to fish squarebills, I am a tournament bass fisherman and the KVD 1.5 just outfishes these everytime. Not thrilled with the colors with this lure either. Stick to the 1.5s. November 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bomber Square 'A' I lost a favorite one of mine on a nice bass in a certain lake and haven't been back to use it. I bought this one, to replace that one, because of the color and shape. I'm hoping this will work like the one I lost.. October 24, 2013
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I would think the red craw and the baby bass color would work well.
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I've had good luck with the baby bass color
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Depending on water color but usually cant go wrong with a chartuese color in most situations. Check your depths for preventing snags. Treble hooks like to snag up in brush.
Else wise check bait fish in pond and match it up or even crawdad color works well with a slow roll
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bandit has a lure called sun perch it is my faverite color
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I have had success with Firetiger. Mainly bank fish local ponds for Bass.
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Bluegill, Red Craw, or Shad
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it depends on water clarity and what there feeding on.the two main colors i use is a shad and black top with chartuse
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Baby Bass always works for me
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I usually go by the color of the water. If its clear i'll go with something that looks more natural -green, brown, etc. If the water is murky, dark, i'll go with something brighter. Get a combination of those at a sale price and you can't fail.
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Depends on water clarity in the pond. Use natural colors in clear water, I like to use the bass color or one of the shads. In murky or dingy water use fire-tiger, chartreuse or one of the red craws.
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white or pearl !
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all are silent
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Yes the Bomber Square A in 1-5/8 inch is silent I know it says rattling on the page but it's silent
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They have a rattle so no
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im not sure of the exact model # but i know for a fact some come with rattles and some without, or at least mine did.
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No. all bomber models that I'm aware of have a rattle chamber.
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None that I have purchased do
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no i dont think so but strike king dose it is a very good crankbait to
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No. Not that I've ever encountered, and I own about 8 different ones.
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No they all have rattles.
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If your looking for a silent crank I would go with the strike king silent swuare bills
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most of them but not all
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NO IT IS HOLLOW PLASTIC THAT FLOATS SLOWLY AND HAS A RATTLE CHAMBER.
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not balsa....plastic
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no it tracked straight though
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no it is just plastic but bommer dose make a balsa wood crainkbait
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NO it isnt try The RAPAL DT they are made of balsa and great lures have caught tons of fish on them
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Plastic...I'm not familiar with any Bomber lures made of balsa wood.
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Its more of an erratic wide wobble. Not a tight vibration if thats what you're asking.
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It has a good vibrating action and built in rattles. I love the action and have had good luck with them under the right circumstances.
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wide wobble

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I would say it's not as aggressive as a Fat Rap or Bandit 200 series, but close behind.
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No its pretty suttle unless you work it, but its very effective little bass love them and big ones cant pass them up!
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yes it does
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How hard the wobble depends entirely on how fast or hard the retrieve. Even at a slow to moderate retrieve, it has a very nice wobble/vibration.
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Yes it does. It's a very tight wobble.
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it has a great wiggle good for shallows for females pre and spawn
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Does not have a lot of vibration
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It has a very tight wiggle...avoids snags well since it doesn't roll over when it comes in contact with them like a pointed bill does.
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i would have to say yes to that!
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i want it to dive 4-6 ft. (preferrably)
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try a bomber square a on 8lb test, it should dive about 5-6ft.
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I have used bomber square bill and strike king square bill there both are about the same ,except for price,bomber square bill wont break your wallet,
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These dive from 1-3 feet. It will dive a little deeper if your speed is up and rod tip is low. These are great lures and the price is awesome. Strike King makes an excellent square bill too, but it costs twice as much. Your budget - your call.
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I have used the strike king 1.5 and the xcalibur square bill, and I always come back to the bomber. The action is incredible thanks to the coffin shaped lip, and you don't have to choose between 30 colors, bomber keeps it simple and the colors work great. I prefer fire tiger and foxy momma.
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Bomber square billed cranks are good and for the money... real good. However, I'd suggest strike kings KVD 1.5, and 2.5 cranks. Great colors, great action, very durable.
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i like the new kvd 1.5
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I use Strike King 1.5, Bomber Square A, and Xcalibur XCS100 regularly and successfully. I usually run them at 2-4 feet.
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Go with Luckycraft. RC 2.5
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yes works great at dusk
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Well, most of the square bill's don't that deep. My favorite square bill is the Bomber Square A (dives 0-3ft), it is a fish catching machine. When I reach for a square bill it is in shallow brushy areas where a 6ft max depth is not needed. The bandit 100 series dives 2-5ft, and its a great bait its just small and light.
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Bomber Square A's. can't beat the price and they perform VERY well
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A lot of this depends on your local baitfish and water color. I have had luck with the sexy shad, the threadfin, and the chromed sexy shad colored one.
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I used color #52 and I love it for bass both smallmouth and largemouth
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Just get a combination of natural colors and bright (neon) colors and you'll be set for any conditions!
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For clear water use a color that matches the bait fish in the area.

For stained/muddy water use either a bright color like a chartruse or a dark color. I like a chartruse with some black on it
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#24 in stained water a more realistic color pattern in clearer water
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firetiger
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My go to color is sexy shad.
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The best colors are probably crayfish or perch/firetiger
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all around baby bass works excelent, i wouldnt bypass brown craw either though.
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There really is no one single color that is the best or more effective than the other. All colors can be affective if used in the right place at the right time.

Water clairity and sky conditions are the main factors in color selection. As a general guide,smaller baits in natural colors like dark greens and browns, blacks and greys, silvers and golds, work best in clear water or on bright sunny days, and you fish them fast.
In stained or muddy water, or a cloudy overcast day, bigger baits in bright colors like chartruese, bright oranges and reds, fished slow, will usually work best.

Another thing to consider when chosing your color, is trying to "match the hatch" or pick a bait that will look like the main food source that is in the body of water you are fishing. If there is plenty of suspended forage, like shad or smelt, use a silver shad looking profile. If there are lots of crawdads in the water, use a reddish brown crawdad color and bounce it along the bottom. and if there are lots of frogs, use a green or brown color and swim it along the top.

But these are just guides.
Its always a good idea to keep plenty of colors and sizes in your tackle box as well. If you come to a new body of water, or are unsure of what color would be best, a good trick is to pick a color that matches the bottom of the lake or river, ect.
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There really isn't a best color for bass. Bass eat anything. The color will depend on the weather, the lake or pond and what the fish like. I seem to have been luck with Green in one lake near my house and white at another. I also seem to have been luck with darker lures in the sunny weather and shinier lures in the cloudy weather.
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I wouldn't see any problem with using this lure in a river... Just be sure to reel in across the current, not with it, or against it. If you retrieve with the current, the lure moves pass the fish too fast. If you retrieve against the current, the fish will not want to work through the current to hit your bait.

Hope this was helpful. Keep you lines tight!
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Depends on conditions. I like these best in rocky areas or over submerged weed beds. You can't cast into really heavy cover without hanging up.
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Yes. I fish only the tannic waters of North Landing River (otherwise known as Intercoastal Waterway) in Virginia, with only rare exception.
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yes try the brown craw color
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Sure. just becareful banging it off of stumps and rocks. the plastic lip breaks easy
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I use mine in the river all the time , catches tons of Smallmouth.
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it all depends. to fast of a river and it will not matter. but for our rivers here in michigan i would try something from storm like the rebel wee. they are much more durable and they come in better colors for small mouth.
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I think it would be. I think that when the smallies are chasing shad these would be great.
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YES!!!! any waters actually. i fish 95% in rivers and these are the only lures i use when nothing else works. i have success every time!!!!
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Yes, I have used it many times on the mississippi up near lacross WI. Mostly fishing it near timber or when there busting on bait fish.
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