Baker Lures Suspending Squarebill Crankbait
Squarebill crankbaits have been around since the early days of bass fishing, maintaining their popularity throughout the years. The Baker Lures Suspending Squarebill Crankbait encapsulates all of the traditional traits of squarebill crankbait, and combines them with a number of highly detailed patterns and quality components. Utilizing the classic “S” pattern action, the Baker Lures Suspending Squarebill Crankbait generates killer deflections off of cover, prompting fish to strike on pure impulse. Effective at different retrieve speeds, the Baker Lures Suspending Squarebill Crankbait is an updated version of the tournament proven classic.
|Square Bill Crank (RGD1)||2-1/4"||1/2oz||2-4ft||Suspending|
|Square Bill Crank (RGD2)||2-1/4"||1/2oz||3-6ft||Suspending|
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Comments: Great crankbait. Wore out the bass on lake Greenwood with the Bluegill pattern mid March. Great rattle, they DO suspend & run true out of the box. Also, they're durable - I was crankin over rocks & structure all day & the body is in good shape
From: Dan: Taylors, SC 4/1/16
Comments: Baits are truly suspending now which actually is not what I wanted. There are simply few square crankbaits at this weight, size and depth. It's basically a KVD 1.5 but runs deeper. I loved the gold color as the bass in the California delta loved it. The current suspending ones still catch fish but not as good in avoiding snags. Baker really needs to have 2 lines, floating and suspending.
From: Kin: San Francisco, CA 1615
Comments: Looked at bait because is said "suspending". Then looked at price and became skeptical. Then read reviews and laughed - and moved on. I'll pass - thanks guys!
Comments: Did not suspend but still caught fish. Check into the problem Baker. Package says suspend it needs to do just that.
Comments: Bait did not suspend at all. It floats like it's filled with helium.
From: Adam: Huntington Beach, CA
Comments: they do not suspend at all and bill break very easy also after a few fish they dont run true
From: Mike: Akron, OH