Anglers who consider themselves expert jig fishermen have favorite trailers. They don’t just throw one type or size. Some are huge, some are are medium sizes and some are small but each have differences that make them perfect for each type of application. Sometime anglers want subtle, sometimes they want pressure waves and loud and yet other times they may want a slow fall. Damiki Craft has a very unique jig trailer called the Spoon Tail Miki that is the best of most worlds. It’s cupped shaped legs mimic a crawfish in defense and feeding modes and its diirectionally ribbed body causes vibrations that attract the bass.
Those cupped tails causes pressure waves to travel in multiple directions allowing bass to key in on the jig and it allows the jig to fall slower. Each leg works independently when split. They are available in 2 1/2 and 3 inch models and come in a package of 6.
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