Versatile Technical Metal Vibration jig
KUNAI achieved what was impossible with conventional metal vibrations. Its various actions are especially geared for tough conditions. The line eye on its flat side helps grab water effectively, converting it into actions. Its high response allows not only a powerful vibration during a retrieve or jerk, but also a shimmy - small trembling - during a curve fall.In a short jerk when the rod is shaken vertically, KUNAI performs a slide-dart, a sharp right and left flying, to mimic small fish or shrimp escaping from bass. It triggers reaction bites, also enticing with its real-food appearance. In the middle range, at the bottom, in a casting and a vertical attack, KUNAI’s 3-D action, dancing freely in the water, has changed the traditional boring fishing associated with metal vibes. With the rod-handling to entice bites, fishing becomes more technical and intriguing. With bite-inducing capabilities packed in its compact body, KUNAI is dependable even in the low-temperature season. The tiny, big bass killer is for any tough condition all seasons.
Weight : 1/4oz、3/8oz、1/2oz
1. Body Construction
With strength and the ability to cut water, 0.4mm-thick stainless plate features the weight at the tip of the head. It lets KUNAI quickly respond to the slightest rod handling and perform a great castability.
The unique eye position creates powerful vibration and churning in the water. With the presence bigger than its size, KUNAI not only appeals to a wide area, but also communicates its movement clearly with the vibration, supporting your precise rod action.
KUNAI’s structure is simple at a glance, but the detailed setting packed in it brings the high-pitch vibration, slide-dart, and shimmy fall – an array of actions that sets KUNAI apart from other metal vibes.
2. Plate Setting
There is a long hole on the plate where the snap is attached. During a casting, the snap is sucked into the hole, and this helps stabilize the flight, keeping the line angle right along the plate. It reduces spinning for a better castability and helps avoid a pesky line tangling. In addition, the edge of the plate is treated with a drawing press, greatly fortified against bending.
3. Hook Setting
KUNAI swims as if using the plate as a shield. It helps hide the hook, saving it from getting stuck in the weed area and increasing the bite chance. During a bite, KUNAI often flips over with the tip of its head as a rotation point in the mouth of bass. The motion during this flipping is set in a limited range so that the hook will point upward.The design is thought through for the minimum snag and maximum hooking.