Gear Review: Damiki Finesse Miki
When it comes to hearing about new and unique bass-fishing products, Japan is one location that always comes to mind. Maybe that's why some anglers mistake Damiki for a Japanese company. Although Damiki has found success in the highly-competitive Japanese tackle market, the company's actually Korean in origin, and South Korea itself has some fine bass fishing.
Damiki's been selling tackle for more than two decades, but its products are relatively new here in the States. It first launched here in 2008 and immediately impressed with its designs and innovations. The Finesse Miki's a perfect example.
The Finesse Miki caught our eye quite quickly, due to its rather unique body attributes. The entire design of the bait just screams "dare to be different" and that's something many serious bass anglers crave. The Finesse Miki features a thick ribbed head, which allows anglers to use a larger extra-wide-gap hook or even a dropshot hook and still get a firm grip in the plastic.
Moving onto the tail section, notice that the majority of the body's thin and that it ends in a deep-cupped tail. The cup gives the Finesse Miki some of its most impressive action, because the angler can either make it flap around like crazy, or deadstick it and allow the current subtly push it around.
This is definitely a bait that we'd advise co-anglers to use since it's one of the most versatile finesse worms on the market. I can personally report that the Finesse Miki preforms very well on the back of a jighead and on a shakey-head setup.
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