You couldn't ask for a more convincing lure. The soft-plastic crayfish bumping along the bottom of the enormous fish tank is a dead ringer for the real thing-right down to the antennae, walking legs, beady little eyes and crusher claws raised in a defensive posture. Several captive bass eyeball the thing, showing plenty of interest, but they're not yet responding in earnest. The lure jumps, crawls, stops. Two fish hang back, but one largemouth begins tracking the enticing artificial. Twitch, twitch. Come on....One more hop and-wham-he nails it on the drop. Good presentation, good bait, hungry fish-a strike should happen.