And as a result of repeated research, we have completed a metal jig that can stay in the water and produce a "between eating" without the action of producing a line slug! Creating a "between eating" with a slim silhouette of a general anchovy was not suitable for quick drainage. However, in this stay fall, a dent is provided on the side of the jig to allow water to squeeze, making it possible to stay in the water for a moment. It just stays in the water, and when it is falling, the body does not move and flushing is not possible, so it lacks appeal. Therefore, by smoothing the edge of the dent on only one side, we created a trigger for water to escape. As a result, flushing is performed while shimming fall, and it slides like a leaf. By making the center of gravity slightly rear-balanced from the center, you can secure a flight distance and cast without stress. If the center of gravity is closer to the rear side, it may not be in a horizontal position during a fall. As you might think, this also allows for a horizontal fall by receiving water throughout the depression.
Experience the ability of "Metal Effect Stay Fall" to maximize the "between eating".
As a result of research and development, we have completed a metal jig that can stay in the water and produce a "bite pause" without the need to produce a line slug. Until now, the slim silhouette of the common Japanese anchovy has been unsuitable for creating a "bite pause" because of its rapid water loss. This stay-fall jig has an indentation on the side of the jig to engage the water, making it possible to make the jig stay in the water for a moment. The center of gravity is slightly rear-balanced to ensure long casting distance and stress-free casting. The entire depressed area catches the water, enabling a horizontal fall. I use the "black panther jerk" method most frequently and have had good results. The technique is to get the fish interested in the jerk and get them to bite on the fall. It sounds simple in words, but when you start the fall action, the rod tip is lowered for a moment to intentionally produce line slug. This allows the angler to make the most of the original movement of the metal jig and bring the fish to bite. Please experience the ability of "Metal Effect Stay Fall" to maximize the "bite pause".