Or you can call him "Hammerhead" I carved this out of cast-able urethane, aka "Polywood". It swam pretty wicked as a one piece lure, but most lipless vibes (TD Vibe, Rattle Trap) are one piece, so I decided to cut it to make it saunter. The concept of this lure is a lipless jointed "vibration" lure, that swaggas (no misspell). I used a slow sinking Polywood formula, so no additional weight is needed. I "opened up" the joints, to give it that fresh "chunk" look. Remember, if you want to catch a lunker, you got to be a chunker. I wanted the abalone inlay look, without have to inlay the real shell, so I developed what I call "faux-balone". It looks better that it does in these pics. I wanted a "Mean" look, so I used split eyes. I have not thought of a tail for Diego yet; I jut stuck this one on for the swim test. I am off to the Island of Shikoku. I plan to introduce Diego to some Japanese Seabass.