Final weapon for the impregnable mat:
The slim type with outstanding penetration capability is the Slim Fins Bug.
It enhances the ability to invade denser mats by adopting a soft material that defies the conventional heavy cover shooting.
It is not only suitable for punching but also compatible with a wide range of rigs such as punch shots and chatterbait trailers.
The ultra-thin wave tail moves enticingly even when left alone, combining a natural appearance that cannot be achieved with typical punching worms.
■ Rib structure that balances hook retention and hooking
Increasing the thickness improves hook retention but worsens hooking.
By pursuing the balance between hook retention and hooking performance, fine ribs were achieved.
Ribs are placed only on the body center, achieving a balance between hook retention and hooking performance.
■ Flat head designed for accommodating straight hooks
The straight hook is commonly used in punching.
While straight hooks with stoppers have become mainstream in recent years, the fit between the head and the stopper was poor in the conventional head shape, causing stress.
By deliberately making it flat, the fit is excellent, making it easy and satisfying to remove the hook.
■ Ultra-thin wave tail that moves intricately even when left alone
In recent years, there are fewer fish caught with regular punching, and a pattern of dropping to the bottom and leaving it to entice the fish has been established.
Conventional punching worms were rigid and didn't move much when left alone.
The Finz Bug was developed with consideration for leaving it alone. The photo shows a cross-sectional view.
The tail is not only thin but also features a wavy shape. It exhibits a complex movement with twists when influenced by water flow, appealing to bass.
Certified product by FECO (Japan Bass Club).