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 blufftonbassman Awesome Bait!!
I've been using these crankbaits for about three months now and I absolutely love them! I was using the "rayburn red" shad this past weekend in Georgia and hooked a big 7.14lb Largemouth;0 I will definately be purchasing more for the spring
February 23, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by CrankinShallow Best square lip ever
This bait is the best square lip bait on the market. I have been shallow brush piles and giant lay downs. The bait comes through brush extremely smooth and snag free. The paint is durable and the bait runs true out of the box. I would recommend this to my best friend without hesitation.
November 23, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by StumpJumper3 Good Square Bill Crankbait
I recieved this product about a week ago. And even though I haven't caught any fish on it yet, I can already tell that it will be my go to bait. It looks good in the water runs true all the time, slow or fast it doesn't matter. And at 6.99 I really can't complain, because it's no worse than the price of other crankbaits on the market.
I will say that this is, its a must for anyone who likes to fish square bill crankbaits. Great Job XCalibur.
November 3, 2010
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.