Without a doubt, the most popular style of surface baits today. For good reason too, they cover water quickly and work in a wide variety of conditions. The problem is that there are way too many choices of tailbaits on the market. So what makes Lee Lures different? Well, they are hand-made from wood which allows them to float better and run in rougher water. They have a "drop-wire" hook hanger for better hooking which acts as a keel. They will also run slower than most with cupped stainless blade which means bigger fish. They are guaranteed for the life of the bait. How's that for starters?