Anglers across the country rely on the Smithwick Rogue to put fish in the boat. Whether it's smallmouth or largemouth bass, walleyes, pike, trout, or another predator fish, the Rogue always produces. Maybe it's because of the legendary "Rogue roll" that wobbles and flashes like a baitfish, or it could be the erratic action when twitched. Either way, there's something about the Rogue that triggers predator fish to strike. Our Suspending version is neutrally buoyant; when paused, it hovers like a wounded baitfish looking for a way out.