Z-Man’s Finesse FrogZ

But this phenomenon might be on the verge of changing. At the 2017 International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades show in Orlando, Florida, on July 12, Z-Man Fishing Products introduced its Finesse FrogZ to the angling world. Its head and torso are 1 3/4 inches long. The circumference of the biggest portion of its head and torso is 1 11/16 of an inch, and the circumference of the smallest area of its head and torso in 1 9/16 of an inch. Its belly has a hook slot that is 15/16 of an inch long. The leg and boot is 1 5/8 inches long. The leg is about 3/16 of an inch wide. Anglers can wield it on a spinning outfit that is spooled with braided line. Midwest finesse anglers can also affix it to either a 1/10-ounce or 1/15-ounce Z-Man’s Finesse ShroomZ jig and employ it with all six of the standard Midwest finesse retrieves. To read more about the six Midwest finesse retrieves, see the Midwest finesse column at this link: http://www.in-fisherman.com/midwest-finesse/six-midwest-finesse-retrieves/.

Midwest finesse tactics are devoid of topwater presentations. But this phenomenon might be on the verge of changing.

At the 2017 International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades show in Orlando, Florida, on July 12, Z-Man Fishing Products introduced its Finesse FrogZ to the angling world.

It is a diminutive rendition of Z-Man’s Hard Leg FrogZ.

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The black/blue Finesse Frogz affixed to a extra-wide-gap worm hook.

Its head and torso are 1 3/4 inches long. The widest part of its head and torso is an half of an inch. The circumference of the biggest portion of its head and torso is 1 11/16 of an inch, and the circumference of the smallest area of its head and torso in 1 9/16 of an inch.

Its belly and the bottom of its head are flat. Its head is somewhat bullet-shaped; some might describe it as a nose cone. The top of the head is embellished with two eyes.

Its back or dorsal has a hook slot that is 1 3/16 of an inch long. Its belly has a hook slot that is 15/16 of an inch long.

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