What I believe is so compelling about the SPRO Zero Minnow 130 is that slightly subsurface action that just screams for a bass to bite it. The bait wobbles and swings back and forth just below the surface, pushing a nice little wake and perfectly imitating a struggling bait fish winding down on its last few seconds of life.
Accompanying that action, the Zero Minnow 130 has a great rattle system that lands somewhere between a low, one knocker-type sound and the sound that a bunch of little glass beads would make. It’s not super loud but not super sharp either; just a nice, rolling knock that lulls me into a trance as I wait for a big one to interrupt it. I’m telling y’all, man… I’m digging this style of fishing.