VIP Square Bill
Unlike the curved lip of most crankbaits, a squarebill has a square lip exactly like its name implies. The unique flat lip of a squarebill is what makes it such a deadly bass lure. You can wind a squarebill over laydowns, riprap, or submerged weeds without getting snagged. Bites will usually come when the squarebill deflects off of cover and causes a reaction strike from bass even if they aren’t actively feeding.
Squarebills will catch fish all year long, but the spring and fall are prime squarebill seasons. Bass move shallow to spawn in the spring and to feed in the fall, squarebills run at the perfect depth to target these bass.In the spring, look for shallow weed flats and rocky banks where bass will stage before the spawn. Burn a squarebill across the top or down the edge of the cover to get the most bites.In the fall of the year, bass are looking to gorge on shad, bluegill, or other baitfish before winter hits. Make sure your squarebill resembles the forage the bass are eating and target creek channels, shallow points, and any type of hard cover that bass might relate to.
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