Uncanny ability to bounce off cover without hanging up
Pair of super-sharp XCalibur Tx3 inline trebles
When bass are active in shallow water, Alton Jones pulls out a Square Bill. Its stubby lip imparts a wild, frantic action at any speed, and keeps the bait from blowing out on a double-quick retrieve. We’re talking controlled mayhem at 0–3 feet, with an uncanny ability to bounce off cover without hanging up. Sporting a pair of super-sharp XCalibur Tx3 inline trebles, the Square Bill is as close to a sure thing as you’ll find!
''Burn an XCalibur Foxy Lady XCS crankbait through rocks and wood and you will know what a reaction bite feels like!'' Alton Jones 2008 Bassmaster Classic® Champion
Rated 5 out of 5 by BigRedd small mouth assassination
this lure kills the small mouths in our local reservoir
ditch craw ,i am ordering more
May 19, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by MDavis2007 Great Crank.
This a great little series XCalibur has, I have almost every color choice available (except the craw designs) and have caught great fish on each of them. I definitely recommend these lures to everyone.
May 3, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by icedog The xcalibur xcs square bill crankbaits
they are great in shallow water and have great action. They are srong so you can bring in the big one
April 30, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by countryroads xcalibur squarebill
awesome shallow water crankbait! they run true out of the box, cast a mile, have super sticky hooks, and great color selection. i really like the new sunfish colors. i have caught fish on these when i couldn't on many other shallow water baits. i have replaced all my norman fat boys with these.
i'd also like to take a second and give two great big thumbs up to bps customer service! i just received an order in the mail today, and an item was left off. this is the second time this has happened to me, and when i call in, they offer to resend that particular item. no questions asked. to me, it speaks volumes when a company acknowledges a mistake and makes up for it without any trouble. thanks bps!
December 21, 2011
I have been using the 100 series and have had great success, but I have recently purchased 5 or 6 in the 200 series. If I catch as many in the 200 series as I have in the 100 series I will be hooked on them as well.
It depends on what I want to accomplish. If I'm just looking to quickly boat my limit, or find/stir up a school, I'll throw the 100. If I'm just looking for bites from the big baddies, I'll throw a 200 or 300.
I just bought 19 and caught a 2 pound bass about 10th cast... I bought the Kvd square bill crankbait set and i feel like this one lure alone will catch me more fish then the 9-12 i got out the Kvd set! Ima go grab me a 24 and a 44 they both look great!
Depending on local forage, the colors I would consider are 45, 59, 61 and 99 if the water is clear. These colors are most natural. If stained to muddy water I would consider 19, 24, and 44. Colors 21 and 43 might work for both conditions. However I must say I have done well with the brighter colors even in clear water at times when the fish were aggressive.