Bomber® Square ''A''™ Lures
- 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'.
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Else wise check bait fish in pond and match it up or even crawdad color works well with a slow roll
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
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.
Hope this was helpful. Keep you lines tight!