DAMIKI Fishing Tackle's Kaiser Jig 2

DAMIKI Fishing Tackle's Kaiser Jig 2

Several Midwest finesse anglers have been keeping an eye on the new tackle wrinkles that Damiki Fishing Tackle have been developing recently, and Damiki's 1/16-ounce Kaiser Jig 2 has been catching some of these anglers' eyes.

The Kaiser Jig 2 is a wacky-rig jig with a single wire weed or hook guard, which allows anglers to employ it around snaggier environments than can be accomplished with Damiki's Kaiser Jig that isn't graced with a hook guard.

This jig was designed so that a wacky-rigged worm would emit an unparalleled titillating quiver as it slowly plummets horizontally towards or into a largemouth bass or smallmouth bass' lair. The when the jig and worm lie on the bottom of a bass' lair, anglers can easily provoke the wacky-rigged worm to undulate alluringly by delicately twitching their wrists and shaking the rod with a semi-slack line. It is also adorn with two large eyes, which the folks at Damiki call staring eyes.

It has an aspirin-shaped head,  a 60-degree-flat eyelet,  and a light-wire, short-shank, wide-gap, 1/0 hook.


It is a available in five color combinations: black with a yellow eye, white with a red eye; khaki (green) with a red eye, khaki (green) with a black eye, and black with a black eye.


The suggested retail price for a package of three 1/16-ounce jigs is $4.95, and  some retailers are selling it for $4.29.

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