The Ronin topwater walking bait has a pronounced rocker from nose to tail. It is this rocker that allows the Ronin to be easily “walked” even by the most novice of fishermen. Ronin’s walking action provides a lot of commotion. It slashes and slides, producing a wide walking action with a distinct audible two-toned rattle. Ronin’s unique two-toned rattle system helps increase casting distance and aids in luring fish to bite. Every slash of the Ronin results in a loud knock from its single hard tungsten casting ball, while a secondary, more subdued baitfish sound can be heard from smaller ball rattles located in Ronin’s head chamber.