Realistic eyes and baitfish profile characterize this super-supple soft plastic finesse bait. The Super Pin-Tail was Kota Kiriyama's secret weapon in his runaway win at "The Empire Chase" Bassmaster Elite Series event on Lake Erie in 2008. The three colors featured are Japan-only baits sold under the Jackall "Lake Police" brand. These are great dropshot baits.
Handsome hand-pour finesse
plastics from Jackall!
On the shores of Lake
Biwa, home of the recently
confirmed 22-pound, five-ounce world record bass of Manabu Kurita, sits the
headquarters of Jackall Bros. The company was founded by Seiji Kato designer of
the Sammy and Pointer for Lucky Craft before he set out on his own
Seiji brought the Flick Shake technique along with his Flick
Shake worm and jighead to the United States
to revolutionize wacky worm fishing here. Success with the Flick Shake prompted
anglers to test the effectiveness of the Jackall hardbaits. Well, if you are a fan of Japanese tackle,
you know much of the rest of the Jackall story.
But we're about to add another chapter to the bait's
Lee's Global Tackle Connection has located two of Jackall's
finest finesse plastics baits currently unavailable in the United
Jackall Lake Police Superpin-Tail -- This four-inch
bait will have Great Lakes smallmouth believing they are
biting a native emerald shiner or related baitfish. This hand-poured finesse
plastic requires little or no action on the part of the angler. The incidental
movement of hand and boat will send a lifelike shiver through this supple bait.
Examine the realistic eyes and awesome appearance of this bait! These baits are
tough to find, but Lee's has a limited supply available now.