Banjo Minnows look so lifelike in the water, it’s nearly impossible to tell them apart from the real thing. Looks like a real fish, swims exactly like a real fish, but most importantly it can mimic the spastic action of a wounded dying minnow. Predator fish are genetically programmed to attack and eat crippled or dying minnows. Removing the hook from the back of the minnow and placing it in the mouth allows the minnow to wriggle and wiggle naturally as it swims through the water--sideways, up and down and all over the place! Neutral Buoyancy means the minnow neither floats to the surface nor sinks to the bottom. Catch the Big One instructional DVD will show you special techniques that trigger strikes.