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Disprout Eagle Player 50slim/GJ HERO'S Model

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Invite it with a continuous technique of Guri Guri Jerk that dives vertically and floats!


Type: Floating

Length: 50mm

Weight: 1.5g

Hook: Yarie ST-10

◆ Product description

★Specially designed for rainbow trout

Developed exclusively for rainbow trout "Nijimasu". Rainbow trout is always the main target in area trout fishing. It has become clear in recent area trout fishing that when aiming for the rainbow trout with a minnow, it responds better to vertical movement than horizontal movement. And it is established as a "pattern" even in the harsh stage of area tournaments, and in places with a lot of fish shadows, the second pattern after release produces an explosive effect. However, the method is a "double-edged sword" if you don't bring in consecutive hits. That's why a minnow that is said to be more exclusive is needed, and on the contrary, even if it develops severely, the power to lure one fish will be the strongest reaction effect. There are four points that should be noted. "(1) Angle of dive, (2) Straightness of dive, (3) Speed ​​of floating, (4) Posture of floating" are perfected with the optimal settings, and the "quick grimacing jerk" is praised for the ideal continuous technique that "rolls! Stop! Float! Hit!" It is finished as an action worthy of

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GJ and Grigri Jerk are no longer proper nouns even for area trout. Whether it's an expert game or a weekend fishing trip, you can see the absolute catch results while watching the movement with a clear pound until you get used to the operation. You may want to try it. Also, if you don't have iTunes (also known as True Tune) settings, you can't demonstrate the original performance, so be sure to prepare your equipment!