Scattered walleye and zander anglers in North America and Europe have learned that by weighting trolling lures for neutral buoyancy they can slow trolling speeds but maintain desired running depths and can keep inside-line baits running in the prime zone through turns. Custom weighting lures is challenging, though, so Bandit anglers have been requesting a suspending trolling minnow. At 4-5/8" long and weighing in at 3/4 oz. with #4 hooks, the new Bandit Suspending Minnow uses the same body shape as the immensely popular Bandit Walleye Deep and Walleye Shallow. It runs 18 to 20 feet with a tight, aggressive action, and is the perfect answer to those angler requests.