Fish often strike the flashing blades of a spinnerbait, but you never know they're there. Now you can greatly enhance any spinnerbait by adding a soft blade right at the hook instead of a conventional trailer. This will increase your catches because fish now have a brand new exciting, loud and flashy reason to strike the hook itself, which is what the skirt was supposed to do in the first place, but only accomplished some of the time. The conventional spinning blades are nowhere near the hook that the fish may have zeroed in on from a distance. Now fish have 2 reasons to zero in on your spinnerbait and strike the hook inside the skirt which is right in front of the new soft spinning blade. Your hook, is the business end of your spinnerbait. If fish don't strike the hook, it doesn't matter! You'll never catch them plus you'll never even know they were there. It's like the iconic scene in Glen Lau's classic film, Bigmouth, where a bass engulfs a crankbait, never touching the hooks and the angler never even knew he was there.