Balanced really well with multiple belly weights

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I actually think it’s easier to work fast up on the surface than it is to fish deep and slow because I’m not always exactly sure what the bait is doing unless I just straight reel it when it’s down at depth. The larger size (7 inches) swims really well but surprisingly, so does the little one (5 inches). 

Often times with glide baits, when they make a smaller size, they lose a lot of their action and tracking, especially on pauses and twitches. But I’m actually equally attracted to this smaller sized bait and working it more like a larger jerkbait for the same bass I would catch with a traditional jerkbait.