Durga 73F demonstrates its true value over a wide range of periods throughout the year, from early spring to early winter, regardless of the field. In early spring, there is a timing when buses attached to structures such as wave dissipation blocks, dogs, vertical revetments, and lip wraps react overwhelmingly to lateral movements and floating objects. In such a situation, it will be the sole venue of the Durga 1F, which can capture a depth of about 1 m with a stable high-pitch woven roll from slow to fast retrieval and sharp dirt with flushing.
Once the spawning has subsided, the bass's eyes are more superficial, which is the best match for the surface attack. When floating on a structure such as a reed or pile, a light short twitch is used to chap the surface layer, and the twitch dives below the surface with glossy flushing. It is also a fine stop water plug that produces a surface baitfish that invites bites with a natural appeal from the surface layer to the bottom of the water with a short travel distance. After autumn, when the water temperature gradually drops, they prefer to prey on fish species from shrimp and gori types, and efficiently search for widely scattered bass by taking advantage of the flight distance and winding them for free. In some cases, it is only a momentary float when the bottom touch is the case that the bite is part-time, and it is possible to quickly determine the reaction of the bus.
Length: 2.9 inch
Weight: 5/32 oz
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