A simple but highly effective way to add audible attraction to any soft lure. A clear plastic cylinder has a chamber which houses two ball bearings, as the lure is worked through the water the two bearings move around in the chamber creating a loud rattle or ticking sound. This sound vibrates through the water giving predatory fish an awareness of the lure, even if they can’t see it, allowing them to home in on it for the final attack. The cylinder is tapered at one end to allow it to be inserted easier into the body of a soft plastic lure. The sound coming from the rattles can often be the target point fish use to attack, so placing the lure close to the hook can increase hook-ups. There are two sizes available with the small size fitting most narrow-bodied soft plastics and the larger fitting bigger shads and sandeel shaped lures.