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Hayabusa - Jack Eye Kunekune

The Hayabusa Jackeye Kunekune lure is a versatile and realistic fishing bait designed to mimic the erratic movements of wounded prey. With its lifelike appearance and intricate detailing, this lure is equipped to attract a variety of game fish. The durable construction and high-quality materials ensure a long-lasting and effective fishing experience. Whether you're targeting Snapper, Trevally, Kahawai or predatory fish, like Kingfish, the Hayabusa Jackeye Kunekune lure is a reliable choice for both beginners and experienced anglers alike.

You can catch fish just by reeling it. Tie tail jig that invites with realistic movement

Just by winding it, you can create a fascinating action that looks like it is alive.
The swinging tie attracts a variety of targets. The hook setting on the tail part is less likely to get stuck than a triple hook, and can be used in a wide variety of places such as rocks, surf, and embankments. Can be used for both shore and offshore (super light jigging).

Target Species: Snapper 

Side Catch: Kingfish, Trevally, Gurnard, Kahawai, Mackeral

Weight / Length

  • 20g / 47mm
  • 30g / 54mm
  • 40g / 61mm
  • 60g / 68mm

Product Features:

Necktie's unique wave appeal

The waves generated from the tie attract fish!

Fintail tie

Adopts a tie with less distance loss compared to octopus baits etc.

Tuftin coat hook

Adopts a tufted coat hook that is resistant to rust.

Switch holo

Produces different flashing on the left and right sides, and the instantaneous visual change turns on the target as a reaction.

Methods of fishing:

1. One Pitch Jerk

This is the most basic action inshore jigging. It is a continuous and regular action that rotates the reel handle once for each shakeThis is an action where the jig repeats its glare and reflection, so it is less likely to be given up, and the fish will often hit regardless of the timing. It is suitable for exploring a wide area at a good pace, so it can be said to be the most basic action that can be performed in any situation.

2. The rod and reel action move in opposite directions: This one-pitch jerk can be said to be the mainstream method.
A one-pitch jerk where the reel handle goes down when the rod is jerked up.
This one-pitch jerk is effective when inviting at a fast tempo. There is not much fall between the darts, and you can create a bait that runs away quickly.

3. The rod and reel handles have the same movement: A one-pitch jerk where the reel handle also moves up when the rod is jerked up. This one-pitch jerk allows the jig to jump up more easily than the previous one-pitch jerk, and there is also a slight fall, so the movement is greater. Although the tempo is a little slow, the action is large and it is easy to turn on the predation switch for fish eaters such as bluefish, so it is a movement that you should definitely try. Another advantage is that the rod and reel move in the same way, making it easier to apply force. When using a heavy-weight jig or in deep water where there is a lot of resistance to jerking, this one-pitch jerk will make it easier to jerk.

4. Just roll: Literally, the action is as simple as just winding it.
It's an action method that anyone can do and still catch a lot of fish, and has been attracting a lot of attention in recent years. There are many metal jigs on the market that are only for winding, and this action method is highly recommended for beginners.

5. Slow-pitch jerk: This action is like a slow-tempo version of the one-pitch jerk.
Like the one-pitch jerk, the action is performed by turning the handle once for each jerk, but the difference from the normal one-pitch jerk is that the main focus is on inviting the lure with a fall. By taking a breath between each jerk, the jig will fall smoothly. It is characterized by the fact that fish often hit during the fallThe appeal is to let the jig fall one by one, but the common practice is to float the jig 3 to 5 times in a row, then lower the rod tip and let the jig fall while feeding it (= jerk and fall ). Maybe.

6. Long jerk: An action that rotates the reel twice for one large shake.
We will take action while collecting large jerks and thread dandruff with the reel.
Since there are long falls in between, it can be said to be an action method that is more specialized for falls. Even low-active fish that only eat what is in front of them without chasing the jig will be able to use their mouths more easily. Even when you don't catch much during the day, you can often catch fish with this long jerk. This is one of the actions you should try when you can't catch a fish even after trying various things. With shore jigging, you won't catch fish unless you move the jig. However, if you keep moving, you are sure to catch a fish someday. One of the fun things about shore jigging is thinking about how to catch fish while changing your actions. Let's enjoy shore jigging by making full use of the super basic actions introduced this time.

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