Floating, dodging, and quietly inviting !
High-float model in the much-requested IK Crank Mozaic series.
Its high buoyancy makes it easy to dodge obstacles such as weeds and standing trees by simply stopping the retrieve. The high-float model is non-rattling, so it maintains its ability to induce bites even on clear lakes and in high-pressure conditions. IK Crank's unique long casting performance and Mozaic action make it ideal for targeting big lakes such as reservoirs.
It is most effective in the range of 1.5m to 2.5m. The soft, lifelike action of the Wined Lip Crank is a major characteristic of the Mosaic (pencil) Theory effect. Its near-horizontal swimming posture also provides overwhelming obstacle avoidance ability. The ability to avoid obstacles has been further enhanced by the addition of high buoyancy.
The IK-200W, 300W, 380BWK, and 420BWK are system cranks that can be used at different depths, allowing anglers to easily target the optimum range by simply throwing and reeling.
The HIGH FLOAT NON RATTLE model has "HIGH FLOAT NON RATTLE" printed on the back of the body.
It looks as if something soft is swimming in the water, and the waves generated from its movement are also soft and thick. The way the water clings to the body is the key, or as we say, "hydro camouflage". It creates a mosaic effect of water flow.
In addition, despite its long lip, it maintains a shallow diving depth and has a hook guard effect, which makes it excellent at avoiding cover and weeds.
The Mosaic series comes standard with four hooks on the rear hook. Even when only the rear hook is hooked, which is often the case with cranks, the four hooks reduce the number of single hooks, and even when a single hook is hooked, the left and right hooks prevent the hooks from getting out of control, drastically reducing the number of breakage.
Elastomeric Impact Sound Absorber
An elastomer is attached to the front and rear of the center of gravity shifting system to absorb the shock of the sinker. This eliminates the bass spooking sound that occurs when the sinker collides with the body.