Ideal when sea bass are feeding on large baits in shallow areas, or when you want to target lunker sea bass in areas that are frequently rooted!
■ Tight rolling & wide S-shaped slalom 2WAY action
■ Tight rolling with head fins in slow retrieve
■ In normal, shift up to wide S-shaped slalom action
■ Rattle sound preferred by Ranker Seabass
In the Dead Slow Retrieve, the fin of the head inherited from the S Rush creates a tight rolling action that swims while swaying the body in small increments, increasing the speed from there, when it comes to the normal retrieve, the sinking type is "wide S-shaped slalom", floating type has shifted to a tight S-shaped slalom. When the retrieve speed is further increased, a staggered action is occasionally generated between the strong wave high-speed S-shaped slaloms, creating a stage between eating.
On a dead slow retrieve, the fins on the head produce a tight rolling action that shakes the body in small increments, and when the retrieve speed is increased to a normal retrieve, the action shifts to a wide S-stroke slalom! When the retrieve speed is increased further, a staggered action is occasionally generated in between the strong wave action and high-speed S-stroke slalom, creating a pause for the bite! The lure is floating, so it can be used slowly in shallow areas and areas where roots are frequently caught.
By using a combination of dead slow and slow retrieves to attack the surface and middle layers, the timing of the shift change will create a pause in the bite, and even reluctant sea bass will start to bite! When sea bass are boiling on the surface, but bait fish cover the surface of the water and do not respond to the surface trolling action, pull the lure on the surface with a fast retrieve while keeping the rod upright, and the strong wave action and occasional staggered action of the fast S-stroke slalom will trigger bites!
Of course, even when just reeling it in, the wide S-stroke slalom action favored by lunker sea bass will attract the target.