Combining cutting-edge technology with flawless design, the Livingston Lures Primetyme SQ 2.0 extends the fish-catching prowess of the primetyme series into shallower waters. Fitted with a thin squarebill made of circuit board, the Livingston Lures Primetyme generates a tight-wiggling action and strike-triggering deflections. In addition to its outstanding action, the Livingston Lures Primetyme SQ 2.0 also comes equipped with Livingston Lures’ EBSMT (Electronic Baitfish Sound Multi-Touch) Technology, which emits four different types of acoustics.
Crankbait color, especially shallow when talking about shallow crankbaits, can definitely be the difference between getting bit and feeling like you’re cranking and winding for no reason. Always have a few different squarebill colors laid out when you go fishing. If the water is clear, try something more translucent or natural looking. If that doesn’t work, switch to a red craw or something bold like chartreuse/blue. If the water is muddy, make sure you have a darker more distinct color tied on.
“Sound is really important for attracting bass to your bait. Sure, sometimes they see it first, but the majority of the time they will hear and sense (through their lateral line) the vibration of the bait. Something like the EBSMT technology in the Livingston Primetyme is an amazing feature to attract bass that might otherwise be disinterested. Particularly, if you’re in dingy or muddy water situations, which happens a lot early in the season, this bait is perfect.”
Daiwa – 7’0 – 7’4 (Medium Crankbait Rod)
Kast King – 6.3:1 Baitcaster
Seaguar – 10-12 Lb Tatsu or InvizX Fluorocarbon
Mid Depth (4-6 ft)