Nature Boys Tiny Robber 110g, 130g
Iron jig same class Smallest/fastest fall! Rear heavy type light jig
In the jerk, don't dare to turn to the side, and while suppressing dirt, raise your buttocks and chop the range in small increments. For a moment, the fall sank in that position at the moment when I thought it was staying in a state facing diagonally upward. Induces the target's reaction bite. The target fish are fish eaters in general, but I am particularly confident in cherry salmon, hairtail, and sea bass. There is no doubt that it will be one of the new drawers for iron jigs when a small silhouette is effective or when you hate dirt!
130g (Length135mm/Width18mm) ¥2200
[TINY ROBBER FIELD REPORT]
Nature Boys Tiny Robber 110g, 130g
The smallest/fastest fall of the same class of iron jigs!
In jerking, the lure dares not to turn sideways, but bounces its buttocks up while suppressing the dart, and ticks its range in small increments. The fall is a moment when the lure stays in a diagonal upward position for a moment, and then sinks in that position. This triggers a reaction bite from the target fish. The target fish is fish eaters in general, but we are especially confident in using it for cherry trout, hachio fish, and sea bass. situations where the lure does not like to dart, this jig is sure to be one of the newest additions to the Iron Jig lineup!
[Tiny Rover development history]
2018-2020 Development started around the fall of 2018.
At that time, development started with things that were conscious of the urban bay area, such as hairtail and sea bass.
After many trials and errors, in actual fishing tests in Tokyo Bay and Suruga Bay, it was being finished with a good catch. However, the hairtail market at that time was crowded with overseas products with excellent cost performance, and development was temporarily suspended because iron jigs made in Japan and whose production costs were several steps higher than lead had little chance of winning.
Since then, NatureBoys staff have recorded good fishing results in private jigging, and the reliability of hairtail jigging was particularly strong.
In early February 2021, in Rokkasho Village, Aomori Prefecture, where iron jigs are produced, we will perform cherry salmon jigging on a boat owned by our company. Since it was the beginning of the season, I was not even confident about the existence of cherry salmon.
It was this prototype that I changed the lure by intuition at that time when I had a part-time job that I didn't ride multiple times. From there, it became a crazy wave of 6 consecutive catches, and I gave up because I thought that it would be overfishing. From that point on, the halted development resumed.
Mid-February to mid-March 2021 At the tip of Shimokita Peninsula, Aomori Prefecture, in the direction of Shiriyazaki and sea conditions, field tests are repeated, and various prototypes are tried and fine-tuned while subsiding speed, fish reactions, and surroundings. Verification is repeated with the difference in catches with.
From the end of March to the end of April 2021, the Shimokita group and the Iwate Ofunato group will be separated, and the actual fishing test will continue.
While the prototypes were narrowed down to 3 patterns, multiple people including the factory makers verified it, and the prototype with the highest track record was accepted.
And the name is named "Tiny Rover",
Iron jig same class Smallest/fastest fall! It will be born as a rear heavy type light jig.
The target is cherry salmon and hairtail, which have been gaining popularity in recent years, as well as fish eaters in general.
In the lineup of iron jigs that are good at sliding and horizontal posture, it is a unique presence that does not dare to face sideways and suppresses dirt.
Still, the momentary moment peculiar to iron jigs induces a bite.
It will be one of the new drawers for iron jigs when a small silhouette is effective or when you hate dirt.
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