A bite-sized crustacean that scratches water with the whole body
A crustacean-type hog worm that imitates mantis shrimp, crabs, and shrimp targeting black sea bream and rock fish.
Despite its compact body size, each part firmly grips water and realizes torqueful action. The large thick claws stir the water with a torqueful action during a fall or action, and the tentacles of the opposite hand receive the water flow and tremble finely, amplifying the sense of life. The other tentacle moves lustrously when you are doing small actions such as shaking at the bottom, and it triggers feeding. The connection between the body and the head is extremely constricted, and the lower part of the head has a characteristic bulge to bring out the afterglow of the action and induce spontaneous action. By attaching a small nail sinker of about 0.3g to the lower part of the head, you can induce further collapse action and spontaneous action, so please try it. We were particular about the hardness of the material, and by reducing the salt content to a small amount, we realized the exquisite hardness of the body and brought out the goodness of biting. The scent of crustaceans and squid is blended in an original blend to strongly stimulate the sense of smell of fish.
I want you to experience the power of Hogg when it becomes the final form of crustacean, lethal weapon for feeding.