Square Lips are a Reel Trigger for Bass
One Knocker Square Lip
Fort Smith, AR - No BS marketing speak for XCalibur's new series of Square Lip shallow-running crankbaits. The new baits don't need it. They've got XCalibur's quality, durability, and the most advanced technology, components, color patterns and textures that catch bass. The Square Lip wobbles with a semi roll to show its flash to bass down below and its silent swim projects a realistic baitfish look, sound and feel with water displacement - a real plus when bass are spooky or in very clear water.
The new XCalibur Square Lip Xcs Series cast like a bullet and bounce off cover like a champ, looking just like a dazed and confused baitfish. The paddle (lip) design allows the lure to be threaded through thick cover and come out the other side, a real trigger for bass.
Three sizes ensure anglers can match the hatch no matter the season. The Alton Jones model Xcs100 measures 2 inches and weighs ½ ounce. The Tim Horton Xcs200 is 2 ¾-inches long and weighs 5/8 ounce. And the Edwin Evers Xcs300 is 3-inches in length and weighs ¾ ounce. Each pro also selected two color patterns as their signature colors. Jones selected Foxy Lady and Smallmouth Green. Horton picked Foxy Phantom and Bruiser, and Edwin Evers chose Black Shad and Orange Craw.
The new XCalibur Square Lip comes in 10 color patterns.