Realistically mimicking the fries of Mabuna, these "realistic shads" keep their intended range directly next to them as they lure their targets. Each one has a water duct from its open mouth and gills. As it absorbs water, it slowly sinks. It indicates the "count" until it reaches its intended range, so that you can capture your desired range in the same line. In addition, the tungsten rattle in the open mouth, resonates with its "clear sound" from the gills. It strongly appeal to the target. It goes into action with the blade on its tail rotating violently, flashing and making waves. While at the same time, its body wobbles to lure its target.