NAGAMASA - a jig with a long flat body and weight balance in the
CB Nagamasa is a jig having a long flat body, laser edge back,
and weight balance in the centre.
The more you make line tension free at the time of falling, the
more longer the jig slides to the horizontal direction due to
the resistance of water and thanks to the long flat body and
weight balance in the centre.
This action is a great appeal to fish.
When jerking, it may be better to move the jig freely at slow
speed without giving tension to the line, instead of using
high-speed, short pitch jerk, so that the jig makes a long
slide, slapping the water.
The knack for manipulating your rod is to cast it slightly and
once the jig hit the bottom, make slow retrieve while flipping
the tip about 30cm, thereby making a line slack intentionally
and allowing a time lag for the jig to make slide action. This
works especially for Kingfish.
Jerking up after slide action triggers the jig to run darting
thanks to the knife-edge on the back.
When falling the jig to your desired depth, it is not
recommended to make line tension free because that makes the jig
more likely to be affected by the wind or tides and have more
line trouble with other jigs. Instead, fall the line as you hold
it slightly to give tension. This way, you will not miss a bite
during the fall.
The jig is so superior in cutting the water thanks to the laser
edge back design that no heaviness is felt when pulling the
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