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Product Specifications:
Length:2.2" / Hooks:#1~2 / Quantity:8pcs

Product Introduction:

Make it eat whether it's rolled or stopped
The shad tail shape of the toe firmly scrapes water when "rolling", making it appealing. The arms are thick and have a strong presence, but the slits are placed in different directions on the top and bottom to allow for flexible movement. By "stopping" after landing on the bottom or after an action, when the worm falls down from a vertical position, it firmly pushes the water and induces a bite. It combines the two elements of "winding" and "stopping" at a high level, making it ideal as a pilot worm.

Various gimmicks hidden in 2.2”
The overall length and volume have been fine-tuned, and the joint between the claws and the body has been set slightly to the rear. Contrary to the voluminous feel of the nail, it is compact overall and designed to reach the hook with one bite. In addition, in order to make chinning more comfortable and easier to catch, we have adopted a variety of gimmicks that the developer has been particular about. Please see FUTURE for details.

Excellent compatibility with bottom switch
It was developed at the same time as the ``Bleecker Bottom Switch'', which is a deeper version of the free rig specifically designed for Chinu, and the combination is extremely compatible. Of course, it can also be used with a regular free rig aimed at Chinook. Finished with a size that best matches the #1~2 offset hooks used in those.

Nails that balance volume and softness
By making slits from different directions on the top and bottom of the nail, the nail is thick and voluminous, but also soft. It is characterized by water pushing that takes advantage of its weight and soft movements.

Shad tail at the toe that corresponds to "winding"
Equipped with a tail that improves the start-up of the action by making the base thinner. The fine, high-pitch action is also characterized by its high biting power. In addition, even with fine rusty action or slow action, it will firmly push the water and appeal to fish.

2 pairs of arms enable deep bites
The two pairs of arms that start moving even with the slightest water current and emit wave motions that are more delicate and high-pitched than the claws disperse the bites that tend to concentrate on the claws to the body, improving the hooking rate.

Shape that makes it easy to hide the hook point
When installing an offset hook, a slit is placed at the position where the hook tip comes out. In addition, we have added a thick pad on the top of the worm's head to hide the hook point without distorting the worm.

Hooking assist structure ❶: Rib structure
A ribbed shape is used to give flexibility to the body. By bending during the bite, the hook tip comes out easily from the worm, improving the hooking rate. In addition, in order to grab water, it also shows its presence at the base, inducing a bite to the body.

Hooking assist structure ❷: Slit in the body
When the body bends during a bite, the worm follows the shank to expose the hook point and assist in hooking.

Filled tail for increased durability
The part where the crank part of the offset hook is accommodated is filled with meat to reduce damage from bites and fights.

Materials that improve fishing performance
The hardness of the material has been carefully selected to not only achieve the durability essential for chinning, but also to use a firm material that matches the soft shape with many slits.

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