The Noike Bite Guts Yabby is another ideal match for the Noike Wild Kem Kem jigs. The "small craw" profile of this microjig trailer is the perfect appetizer for gamefish like bass as well as magnum panfish. The Noike Bite Guts Yabby is a perfect baby finesse crayfish lure. These baits are imported from Japan, and are in limited quantity.
Microjigs add a new dimension to both jig and finesse fishing
When Mike Iaconelli stopped in Lee's in January, he identified microjig fishing as one of bass fishing's up and coming trends. But is it really new?
Historically, "no," but from the standpoint of creative and effective design, an emphatic "YES!"
Bass and panfish anglers alike have fished small jigs for many decades. But the jigs Ike was referring to are part of the new wave of finely created finesse jigs and trailers that have added subtle details in appearance and performance to both jig and trailer. Japanese lure designers have focused attention on these baits with remarkable results.
Check out the microjigs like the Noike Wild Kem Kem jig and the Korekara Jig from Reins & Co..
Mate your microjigs with the finest Japan-only trailers such as the Noike BiteGuts Yabby and Noike BiteGuts Wild Goby or the Qu-on Money Bait (a.k.a. Ecu Jig Trailer)
Fish these lures on high performance fluorocarbon like Toray Finesse Bawo in the 2.5-pound to 6-pound test class (we suggest 2.5 to 4-pound whenever you can get away with a line that light!).
Microjigs will produce fish under tough conditions when few other baits or techniques seem to perform. Add them to your lure arsenal today!