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High specific gravity material with salt.
■ Special Formula
Invitation with the smell of scent, salt, shrimp, squid and bait fish.
Used mainly for swimming → Shape that is more bait fish-like and has a wide side and narrow abdomen.
-Ribs for setting hook points. To ensure that the hook point can be embedded in the ribs, the gap between the ribs is wide and the step between the body and ribs is set large.
Shake and retrieve while taking out the line slack, and anyone can easily create a fascinating horizontal posture rolling swimming action that makes baitfish swim unsuspectingly.
Rod: Spinning 6'0" / 6'6" UL
Hook: Jig head 0.6 - 1.8 g.
With the head down, only the tail shakes in a straight line, sunk in a straight line, and when you reach the bottom, the action of shaking the body to the tail is added to the trembling of the tail, and it is like hitting a gorgeous flip The bait fish itself that feeds on food.
Rod: Spinning 6'0" - 6'6" UL
Nail sinker: 1.8 - 2.7 g.
Low center of gravity balance compared to general nail rigs where nail sinkers are inserted into the body. 180 degree quick turn so that it cuts when you add rod work such as jerk or twitch. A panic dirt with reduced travel distance will be shown.
A new concept that combines not only the strike zone but also the appeal of the nose of the bus, as well as the reaction and eating elements that support deep range bottoms and weeds.
The results of fishing by Lake Biwa Pro Guide are also sufficient. This is the birth of a new rig limited to Bassenergy Stick.
Shaking the sinker to the cover and imitating the bait fish that flies to the bottom with a spiral fall that breaks when the defenseless bait fish that strikes the fins and flicks the tail while hitting the fin and freefalling in the cover.
You can catch a tough bus that doesn't react to the classic bulky worm that shoots the cover.
Rod: Casting 6'6" ~ 7'2" ・ MH ~ H
Line: Fluorocarbon 14 ~ 20 lb.
Hook: 3/0 ~ 4/0
Sinker: 5 ~ 14 g. (use sinker stopper)
In the fall after casting or lifting with a rod, the floating sinker leaves the worm and reaches the bottom first, and the worm is delayed and slow-falls in a no-sinker state.
The baitfish-like silhouette and tail drifting near the bottom will let you eat it.
Rod: Casting 6'6" ~ 7'2" ・ M ~ MH
Line: Fluorocarbon 12 ~ 16 lb.
Hook: 3/0 ~ 4/0
Sinker: 3.5 ~ 7 g.
Prediction switches are inserted in the irregular wave darts up and down, left and right that are unique to soft baits, and you can enjoy exciting fishing with a full view of the bass that is attacking like crazy.
It is also effective to put a pose on a bus that cannot keep up with a fast-moving lure. Make a bite chance by slow-falling while generating shaking and slight vibration.
Rod: Casting 5'8" ~ 6'7" ・ ML ~ M
Line: Fluorocarbon 10 ~ 14 lb.
Hook: 3/0 ~ 4/0