The lure body, which has the best of both spoons and metal jigs, is made by molding lead in the same way as metal jigs, so the material itself has a higher specific gravity than the brass that is mainly used in spoons. Since it is not just a punch like a spoon, you can thicken the required part, gain weight while having a compact silhouette, and extend the flight distance like a metal jig. In addition, it is more stable and responsive than metal jigs, so it can be used for slow retrieve. Its speed seems to be pulling minnows and worms with dead throws. When you want to attack slowly in a bitter situation, even if the flight distance is not enough with minnows and worms, Spoon Complete Kai can slowly attack the vast range comparable to metal jigs. The fall posture also flutters and sinks like leaves, so you can continue to appeal for a long time.
The first Spoon Complete was released in 2003. At Jackson, more than 10 years ago, we were already aware of the advantages of mounting front hooks on metal lures. The hook system of Spoon Complete Kai is designed in a position that does not interfere with the movement of the body and can improve the hooking rate.