The G Thrasher (Gracilis Thrasher) uses a design that imitates the slender baits such as millet sand eel and sardine that are used as the main bait by fish eaters.
The rear center of gravity is balanced toward the center, ensuring a stable flight distance.
When swimming, there is little water resistance, and the quick swimming start, jerking slide to sideways, and slide fall to attract the target and bring it to bite.
The left and right slits at the rear stabilize flight balance and improve water entanglement during falls. Slide fall while fluttering.
The eye, which is set perpendicular to the body, increases the free movement rate of the hook, increases hooking efficiency when falling, and emphasizes the original size, making it appealing with a smaller silhouette.