A versatile monster for slow pitch jigging

When fishing in a variety of situations, versatility is essential, and the Sea Falcon Super Drain is an excellent choice for deeper, slower-moving water. Slow pitch jigging, once a well-kept secret among Japanese commercial anglers, is now a fishing phenomenon among the global saltwater angling community. However, as tides and currents change, as do water depths, and ocean anglers frequently face a variety of challenges. If you don’t have the right tools in your tackle box, you might be out of luck.

Fortunately, Sea Facon has a variety of slow-pitch jigs designed for specific fishing conditions and species. Fast-action lures work well in currents that are fast, shallow or moderate. When you drift off the edge, move into deeper water on purpose, or the current slows, you need a larger jig that will still produce maximum action with minimal force and input from your end. The Super Drain jig is designed with a double drain structure to produce an irregular movement that mimics a wounded and confused baitfish in deep water. Even in the absence of current, it is a perfect enticement for deep water dwellers such as tilefish and amberjack.

Furthermore, the Super Drain is available in a variety of sizes (130g, 200g, 300g, and 400g), allowing you to switch between them depending on what’s nearby or what you’re aiming for. Each comes in a variety of enticing colours, including BGL Glow Pink, LTGGL Blue Pink, LTGGL Pink, LTGGL Silver and Sardine, so you can better match the baitfish that finicky predators sometimes target.

Every Sea Falcon lure is based on a hand-carved original designed by CEO and Chief Designer Tetsuya Itou, a leading lure designer in Japan. Based in Hamamatsu, Japan, they follow the ‘Total Package’ concept, bringing together processes ranging from planning and development to manufacturing under one roof. Sea Falcon ensures superior quality and continues to innovate in the fishing industry.

Key Features

  • Slow pitch
  • Deep bait
  • Lots of action in deep water
  • Designed to be fished in slow currents
  • Target fish: bottom feeders
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