There was a small pond that we'd fish as kids, and there were two very different classes of largemouth bass in it. The smaller bass, between 8 and 15 inches, would hit almost anything you'd throw: spinnerbaits, soft plastics, or black Jitterbugs at last light. The larger bass, typically between 3 and 5 pounds, would hit those smaller bass thereafter. Almost without fail, when you brought a bass between 6 and 12 inches up to the pond's edge, a four-pounder would be circling behind it. The guys at Megabass noticed the cannibalistic nature of bass as well, and created the Megabass Vatalion—a lifelike glidebait that comes in several patterns including juvenile bass. The finish on these things is realistic enough that they almost qualify as artwork.