The development of "Blaze" started with the concept of thoroughly pursuing the basic performance of enduring hard use, flying well, and reducing drag resistance.
In order to secure the flight distance, the body is slightly rear-balanced and the nose part is finished as thin as possible to reduce the resistance during jerk as much as possible. And the asymmetrical shape makes it possible to widen the slide width after jerk and appeal to a wider angle. The fall performs an irregular rolling fall and produces an action like a baitfish that weakens and falls.
The internal structure of the metal jig has been reviewed from the ground up, and a unique "force core system" that passes a strong penetrating wire through a strong stainless steel pipe has been adopted (utility model registration pending). As a result, the body becomes very strong and it becomes a structure that makes it difficult to bend even if it hits the rocky shore or embankment, or even if there is a strong suction bite of a large fish. I embedded the commitment inside the body because I handle it heavy.
Furthermore, increasing the flight distance and the feeling of landing on the bottom are essential elements in rock shore jigging. In order to amplify these two points, the rear eye, which was a common structure of metal jigs, was eliminated. This eliminates unnecessary air resistance and succeeds in maintaining a stable flight attitude, and succeeds in securing a flight distance regardless of weather conditions. In addition, the wire part of the tail is slightly exposed to quickly convey the feeling of landing to the angler's hand, allowing quick jerk in the rugged rock shore field, not only avoiding snagging, but also tracking during the fall. You can increase the possibility of biting the fish with an instant jerk after landing.
Rock shore jigging will change greatly from this innovative metal jig "Blaze".