The second salt water power bait supervised by Mr. LEON!!
The concept of this time is "sliding and fishing", which is the opposite of the previous shrug minnow!!
In the natural world, the first bait to be caught is the one that staggers. This worm is truly a "staggered shad".
It slides naturally on retrieve, and in wind games, it not only darts left and right but also moves in a seal leg (flat, vertically split tail) which produces a "wobbling" effect with slight changes in the water.
The built-in air hole allows the use of heavier sinkers and the release of small bubbles on bottom contact.
The body is made of a hollow tubular material to suppress hardness, and to make it easy to suck into the mouth.
Root fish such as bigeye and small grouper are a natural target.
The horse mackerel can produce a high-level reaction bite not only at night but also in day game.
It will be an indispensable weapon when targeting big horse mackerel in particular.