Bill Lewis Stutterstep™
We call it a Stutterstep, because it can be stopped next to fishy cover and walked in place. With some quick twitching an angler can make the Stutterstep turn its head back and forth while staying next to a target. Plus, it throws off a nasty little tail kick upon every twitch. This allows the angler to tease the fish out of the cover. Being a large bodied lure, fish seem to think they have to stun it to kill it. This leads to bone-crushing blow ups.