The Zappu Inchi Wacky is the new wacky rig technique that has been taking Japan by storm. Benefits of the wacky jig head include: more distance on the cast, fish deeper areas, faster falling baits, better bottom contact and most importantly it creates a wicked irregular action that looks exactly like a real worm squirming in the water. The Jig Head Wacky is also very effective on suspended fish in mid water. The key in working this bait is the slack in the line. You will want to cast the line out and as you reach the area the fish are holding in, slowly shake the bait as you swim the jighead back in. When rigging the worm, it’s vital that you position the hook correctly by inserting the point of the hook in the middle of the worm and have it exit on a 90 degree angle from the insertion point. This is so the worm is fixed good and tight on the hook and it makes for a better irregular action. The Japanese have experimented with different hooks and have found that a V shape angled hook keeps the worm permanently fixed on the hook. The most commonly used jig head weights are 1/32oz to 1/16oz but vary upon the size of the worm and the depth at which being fished.