Comment from Kazuma Miura
Horizontal posture and overwhelmingly slow fall
Split tail that sways from side to side against the fall speed
The lure is not just a fall bait, but also a twitch bait.
The bait can be used as a "weak approach" bait for strong areas such as laydowns and bushes.
The development of the Power Sway started with the above thoughts.
During the development, we found that strong lure approaches to cover, such as rubber jigs and Texas rigs, did not respond. The Power Sway proved to us that there are many bass that can be caught only by a slow-fall approach with a shaking lure that is easy to prey on, and it became a strong Confidence.
1. material designed for good needle retention - Salt is placed only in the lower part of the body to realize good needle retention.
2. snag-less performance and secure hooking - a stepped hook slit in the upper part and a slit in the lower part to increase the hooking rate.
3. easy handling for comfortable casting with either spinning or bait tackle - 8.3g, which can be cast with ML-class spinning or M-class bait rods
<How to use>
For basic use, we recommend a simple no-sinker rig fall with a 3/0 class offset hook.
This is the best way to maximize the potential of the Power Sway.
Furthermore, if you want to use it near the bottom, or if you want to make it act firmly in strong currents, try using a nail rig with an inserted weight of about 0.3g to 0.9g.
In addition, we have also designed it for use with glide rigs and heavy Carolina rigs.