BULL TANK provokes monsters by making a noise on the surface of the water with a large rattle, a huge metal cup, and a tail blade built into its huge body. Even if you hide yourself in a cover with a high soundproof effect, you will make a fuss and drag out the monster.
Easy to use. If you roll it for free, a huge cup receives water and automatically swings your hips. Along with the light popping sound and bubbles, the tail blade plays a tasteful metallic sound. Appeal its existence to a wide range of fish by moving the water greatly. The point is to hold the rod tip above the horizontal line so that the line does not hang too much on the surface of the water.
In order to attack pin spots, covers, and structures around the shore, it is effective to lure the lure in turns with a short travel distance using rod work that repels line slack. The trick is to make a contrast between stillness and movement, just like luring a fish from zero distance.
The splash from the cup, the metallic sound of the blade, and the strong water pressure have the power to pull the fish from deep water and cover, so let's create a time until the fish floats. You should be able to enjoy the exciting moment when the water column suddenly rises.
Contrary to its funny appearance, Bulltank is a lure that excels in actual fishing ability. We pay close attention to each part.
The cup that controls the action is made of thick aluminum with an emphasis on rigidity. The ruggedness that suppresses deformation due to miscasting as much as possible and allows the cup to push aside and continue the action even if it is stuck in the cover or garbage puddle is the selling point.
The blade, which controls the "sound", which is one of the elements that draws out fish, uses bronze (bronze), which is used for musical instruments such as cymbals. It is one of the important parts for efficiently producing extremely high-pitched metallic sounds.
Length: 4 inch
Weight: 1-3/8 oz
** WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. **