Megabass FX Knuckle Squarebill Crankbait
The Megabass FX Knuckle Squarebill Crankbait is an innovative shallow-diving crankbait featuring an adjustable square bill. Utilizing Megass’ advanced FX lip technology, the lip has two position settings that deliver different running depths and different actions. With the bill positioned up, the Knuckle dives a little deeper - down to 5-feet, and produces a wider wobbling action. With the bill tilted down, it runs a little shallower with at tighter wobble. The Knuckle also channels water between the lip and body in a sort of “water intake” system, which provides the bait with added stability so it doesn’t roll over at high speed like other square bills tend to do. Available in a range of proven Megabass colors, the Megabass FX Knuckle Square Bill Crankbait is as good as having two crankbaits tied on at once.
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Comments: Bought 4, 3 do not click into the deeper setting. 1 works. The other 3 will likely be fine using only at the 1ft setting but not what I pay for when I buy Megabass. Sticking to the non adjustable
From: Brian: Graham 1/10/17
Comments: Always been a big fan of megabass anything. Probably buy at least 5 of their lures per month. So I ordered 4 fx knuckles, 1 standard and 3 jr's. The "adjustable" bill on 3 out of the 4 will not click into or stay in the 5 ft setting. Just flops back to 1ft depth setting, and that's right out of the package. Will not order these again, but I will buy them in person locally so I can verify that they work in front of the people I buy from before paying $22 for another. Still a fan of the 110 and 110+1 jerk bait.
From: Brian: Puyallup 1/9/17
Comments: Maybe it's just me, but from time to time, my line will get stuck on the adjustable bill. I purchased the Jr. & I have to say it's a bit small, but swims true & the details are flawless. Other than the line/bill issue I'm having, I'd recommend this lure.
From: Dallas: MN 1/27/16
Comments: Love this crank, can't say I'm a fan of the adjustable lip. When i fish with mine, the lip always sets itself in the deep setting. usually happens after every cast so it gets annoying when i want to fish it on the shallow setting. That aside it is my favorite crank, more durable than a kvd. caught two 4 pounders and a boat load of dinks and the paint is holding up well. Another success from megabass
From: Marcus: AZ 5/15/14
Comments: I have had the Knuckle 60 for a week and have already caught about 30 fish on it. This is postspawn (late May) in Texas. The lure is absolutely deadly when the sun goes down and bass head to the shallows to feed. The thing is epic. I love the adjustable aspect. I use it 90% of the time as a shallow runner (under 1 feet deep). I like it when the fish don't quite want to hit a buzzbait. One possible improvement, it tends to foul a lot. The swivel gets wedged in the gap at the bill. This is annoying when you make a perfect cast and it comes back tumbling round and round. I plan to switch out the swivel for a larger one that can't get stuck in the bill. Overall, this is awesome. The hooks are so damn sharp!! Be careful with them. When bass jump trying to spit out the crankbait they often hook themselves even better with the other treble hook. I don't see this with many crankbaits. These are the best, sharpest hooks around. I throw this and the Lucky Craft Gerald Swindle 1' deep model when most people are throwing spinner baits. Megabass stuff is great because on most lakes the fish have never seen one before!
From: Rob: Dallas, TX
Comments: Another GEM from Megabass. Say what you want about the prices...yes, they are very high BUT they are imported from Japan and the quality is IMMEDIATELY evident when you open a Megabass bait...From the packaging (a hard plastic reclosable box w/ foam on bottom for complete bait protection, and a full directions/tips/design info booklet- some bait come like this. others are just usual packaging. The knuckle is just regular packaging but has a good pamphlet in it), to the hooks, to the split rings...But most of all is the overall designs... The Research and Development is very evident. The attention to detail is amazing. They're works of art, truly. The paint jobs are so amazing...great gloss and sheen and color-shifts. The eyes they use are incredibly realistic. The Gill, mouth, and general "face" detailing is done so well. The Knuckle is so cool. The Bill is very sturdy, don't worry. It works the same as the way the "lip" clicks on the X-Pod. The Knuckle has 2 settings though. The first will fish 4-6' depending on fluoro or mono and line size. I had it down to about 6' w/ 12# fluorocarbon. The Shallow bill setting runs 0'-2'. Again, depending on line/size/type/retrieve. It can be absolutely "waked" on top or speed it up and drop your rod tip and it will get down 2' or so. It's a very versatile bait and switching bill-settings is SO easy...it's like having 2 amazing squarebills tied-on @ one time.
From: Tanner: Southeastern, Massachusetts
Comments: Absolutely cool bait. I love the X-pod that has an adjustable lip but it makes even more sense on a crankbait than it does on the X-pod topwater...With one click u can go from 0-1" wake/super shallow crank, to a 5' squarebill cover-bumper....the finishes are unreal of course. Quality top notch of course. Great bait, of course.
Comments: Chad i got my hands on some two , the adjustment its cool price is ok but a two for one bait in my book . they work well for me !! good bait
Comments: I bought one to try out and man I'm hooked. I love the ability to adjust the depth on the fly and the attention to detail on these baits are amazing. Thanks Megabass
From: Chad: LA