Have you ever had an experience where a hard plug was missed, but a jig head worm was instantly bit by the fish? After all, a worm made of soft material is outstandingly effective against sluggish fish. In recent years, the finesse style of using a jig head of around 10g has become the focus of attention. The head part plays an important role in making this style of fishing work, and factors such as flight posture, flying distance and swimming stability when the worm is attached, as well as the ability to cut the bottom quickly, range keeping ability and horizontal posture are necessary when using it in the surf. The finesse head has a depression in the lower part of the head to bite the water current, which gives it swimming stability and a horizontal posture, while the triangular cross-sectional shape of the head allows water to drain out of the upper part of the head, which improves the speed of bottom cutting and range keeping ability. The weight distribution of the lead allows the angler to adjust the flying posture and increase the flying distance. The finesse head incorporates all the elements necessary to catch fish, and we have also focused on its hooking performance. The triple clenched lure has a high degree of freedom to prevent the lure from falling apart once a fish is hooked, and can be attached to the lower eye in normal areas and to the upper eye in points where roots are likely to be caught. This finesse jig head has been developed to catch fish-eaters that have been difficult to catch or attack until now.