Bill design

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The bill is made of a circuitboard material, which I’m a big fan of. I remember years back when this style lip first came out, I was an instant fan. They’re thinner and stronger than plastic lips and that allows them to cut through the water better and beat and bang off cover without any issues.

Not perfectly square, the bill starts off narrow at the base and then widens to two rounded corners. This design creates a nice wobble and has enough pull to keep the bait’s tail pretty high and effectively make it much more weedless.

With some squarebills with smaller bills, you end up getting hung a lot because the bait doesn’t come through cover with its hooks kind of up and away like they do with the SB-57. So bill design is key not only in the action of the bait, but also in how weedless it is.