Trolling speed gets a lot of attention these days ... and rightfully so! But it seems that a companion topic to speed, LURE ACTION, isn't talked about very much. If a lure isn't performing the way it was designed to, then speed may be only one of the reasons that hits are few and far between. A lure performing properly, may have many speeds that will produce fish, but if it is not performing properly, changes in speed may not help too much. Trout and salmon will easily lose interest with just one erratic or unnatural movement. Line weight, type of attachment to line, additional weight added (like split shot), too short or too long lead length, etc. Must be a lot of other tips that can be shred here?