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 5 out of 5 by Geno71 Best performing crankbait
Works great on bass in a local creek I hike to frequently. I just cast it and retrieve it and adjust speed to what I feel is right. The part I fish is 15 foot casts max, so you don't need a lot of time. I have Baby Bass. To make unhooking fish easier I take the back hook off.
March 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by ders nice for ponds
I got this in the baby bass color for the pond in my backyard. Its works great. You will catch bass and bream on this. Works good on all small ponds
March 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fishtalk Bomber Square A
My go to crank on cold Spring or late season days also works well around big weathger changes. I fish is shallow 2-3 feet deep ponds and this bait is easily controlled there and outperforms other baits I've used.
February 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by krak perfect depth
i bought a few of these for shallower rivers. they run at the perfect depth! great lip that usually keeps the hooks from catching on rocks and other debris
January 17, 2013
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
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.
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.
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.
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.