The long-distance castability of this lure maximises and amplifies productive regions like no other in its class, defying common misconceptions about wingless lures and disregarding headwinds as unimportant. Additionally, the modified hydrodynamic body exhibits amazing stability by maintaining control on both extremely slow returns and faster retrieves that could come blasting through the surface. This lure continues to swim despite whitecaps and other types of harsh surface conditions. Fish can be caught by just reeling in the bait, but shaking adds wobbling motion and delicate undulation. The side-to-side rotation or splash movement seen with pencil bait will be produced by small twitches. Look for a winged lure with the finesse and impact on bite chance of worm lures if you're hunting for one.