A flash boost mechanism that hangs a reflector inside the body with a spring. Using vibrations such as rod action, we will continue to invite you with a small amount of glittering flushing even during drifting where you do not move the lure by vibrating with a spring.
The center of gravity movement mechanism JET BOOST (jet boost) that achieves both stable long casting and quick swimming by supporting the center of gravity movement weight with a through shaft and spring. We thoroughly verify the three elements of "initial speed at the time of casting", "stability of flight attitude", and "quick start of swimming", and realize a long-distance fishing lure that can be caught regardless of the skill of the user.
A hologram that mimics the realistic pattern of baitfish scales. By adopting a composite pitch hologram, complex reflections in the water are realized like real baitfish scales. A lineup of various holograms that match the scene.
A flash boost mechanism that suspends a mirror-finished reflector with a spring inside the body. Using the vibration of the landing and diving action, the vibration is further amplified by the spring to keep the lure moving with a quick "glitter" flashing even during the stay or between jerks.
The slim popper's bubble dip, developed for amberjack, is also effective for tuna fishing. In addition to the bubble chamber that reliably creates bubbles, it is equipped with a flash boost that has a proven track record for targeting tuna. We are evolving not only in Japan, but also in anticipation of big games in the world.
Assuming #4/0 when using triple hooks. Equipped with a spring-type center-of-gravity movement jet boost, it is designed with the aim of setting it so that even PE10 can fly a long distance. In addition, in order to support single hooks aimed at Hiramasa and GT, an eye for single hooks is set on the front side. Please adjust with a single hook of 5 to 8 g per one depending on the action you are aiming for.
A bubble chamber that generates fine bubbles. Imitate the glitter of the scales that anchovies drop into the water when they run away.
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