i have not used that brand but i have used lots of plastics with the similar tail and have done really well catching walleye in the Bismarck area. The fish went crazy for that style at hazelton this spring for us it out fished everything else 2 to 1
Mimics, Ripple shads, Walleye Assassins and Walleye sliders. Have used them a few years and love them when fish are shallow, Can fish it like a crank bait or rip it off the bottom, Hard to fish them wrong. I have found the Mimics work better when fish maybe aren't as aggressive and the Assassins with the bigger body and tail seem better in murky water/big wind. Some days though a 3 in twister tail will out fish all of them depending on how aggressive they are. Had a friend whip me into submission on twisters one day on devils. He already had his limit. Same speed retrieve, same spot. I didn't catch an eye until I got rid of the paddle tail and put his chartreuse tail on. I usually throw both now to see what they want.
Swim baits can really put some fish on the table. Late summer and into the fall, I really do well on on the Sheyenne using walleye and saltwater assassins. I use lots of white and white combo colors and purple. The assassins also work well on the tailrace and are my "go to" lure when I'm there.