The Bill Norman WK2 Square Bill Wake is a shallow running crankbait perfect for burning along the surface or navigating through the tops of submerged timber and stick-ups. Designed to produce a tight wiggle and erratic swimming action, the Square Bill Wake triggers strikes as it deflects off of cover. Available in multiple colors, the Bill Norman Square Bill Wake is strong performing crankbait, and like all Norman Lures it's available at a great price.
|Square Bill WK2||2-1/2"||3/8oz||Floating||0-1ft|
Comments: Have been using these for several years. Have caught some big & many bass on them. Need to work them slow, because they will roll to one side if moving too fast. I mean the original round lip on these. Best color found to be Tennessee shad. Don't really have to change the hooks on these either. They are plenty sharp. Especially Gamakatsu hooks.
From: Timothy: Dallas, TX 8/17/15
Comments: August 21, 2013 I have the coachdog color and have caught a few small fish with it, but it is not very impressive. If you burn it, the action is somewhat erratic, but only because it have a tendency to roll out at high speed. I would use a Bandit Footlose or better yet, the Jackall Aragon, a jointed lure that only runs down a few inches on 12# mono, but the two halves knock together for a unique sound as you burn it.
From: Ed: Champaign, IL.