I'm sure most of you have lures donning baby bass patterns in your tackle bag. No doubt, big bass eat little bass, which is why this color is so common on standard-sized crankbaits. The carnivorous tendencies of big predator fish have always been exploited by lure companies, but not to the extent I'm seeing at ICAST this year. Like the last few years, ultra-realistic lures are still trendy. It's just that they seem to have gotten bigger, and instead of mimicking prey species, they're matching smaller version of our intended targets. Most intriguing to me at the new products showcase last night was Biwaa's Swimpike (below). Eleven joints are supposed to get this 10-inch baby Esox swimming like a champ. It's anatomically perfect, and that perfection will set you back $38.