Saturday, March 2, 2024

Damiki Finesse Miki Review by Walker Smith


Damiki Finesse Miki Review

Walker SmithEditor
Damiki Finesse Miki Review

This finesse worm has proven to be an excellent choice for a number of popular finesse bass fishing techniques.

Sometimes it’s necessary to downsize our presentations when we’re bass fishing. I don’t necessarily like to do it, but there are times in which I don’t really have a choice. When the bite gets tough due to weather fronts, fishing pressure or ultra-clear water, a more subtle presentation can work wonders— even for big fish.

Down here in my neck of the woods, we have some sort of a funk going on that’s irritating the mess out of me. We’ll have 80-degree temperatures for a week, then fall teases us with several 60-degree days before turning hot again. The result, other than everyone being sick, has been an extended transition period for the bass. It’s been tough, so I’ve had to resort to finesse fishing to save my hide.

I got tired of throwing the same stuff for a few days, so I broke out a crazy-looking bait called the Damiki Finesse Miki. And what started out as an experiment has turned into a really productive bait for me.

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