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Shin Fukae and the G Finesse Series Jighead Wacky

Shin Fukae and the G Finesse Series Jighead Wacky

Since 2010, Shin Fukae of Osaka, Japan and Palestine, Texas, has worked with Gamakatsu to create a new wacky jig.   It's called G Finesse Series Jighead Wacky and designed for American waterways.

It features two titanium V-shaped weed guards, which have perfect stiffness, lengths, and angles, and they retain that correct positioning throughout the day.

The head has a unique taper with a recessed hook eye. The heads are painted either green pumpkin or matte black.


The hook is a 1/0 EWG Gamakatsu that Fukae designed.


It's made in four sizes: 1/16-ounce,1/8-ounce ,3/32-ounce, and 3/16-ounce.

It will be available for anglers to purchase by mid-May.

For more information about Fukae's wizardry with a wacky jig, please see this blog http://www.in-fisherman.com/2011/11/05/the-wacky-jig/#idc-container

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