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Condition: New
Length: 59mm
Weight: 3/8oz
Type: Floating

Hyper-responsive crankbait !

The DEEP-X 100, which has been the long-established benchmark for diving crankbaits, is finally being equipped with the LBO II (Linear Bearing Oscillator II). With its surprisingly compact body,
the DEEP-X can instantly attack at its maximum diving depth and displays an astonishing ability for obstacle evasion. No matter the type of contact, the LBO II combines with the cutting-edge hydrodynamic body to consistently maintain action and control, responding directly to the angler’s retrieve to trigger bites.
With the LBO II and its new hydrodynamic form, the DEEP-X achieves a lag-less initial swimming response that allows for intuitive cranking. From ponds, to rivers, to large lakes, this versatile crankbait can easily hammer out results in any field.

The Kinkuro and orange colors represented by the GLX Tonekin are secret colors known only to those in the Boso reservoir Kameyama Dam. I myself have been fishing Kameyama Dam for more than 20 years, and these colors have been particularly successful. In the past, the water quality at the Kameyama Dam changed from time to time depending on the rain, but when it was calm, it seemed to resemble the chocolate-colored spring water at the Kameyama Hot Springs, so I threw an astringent orange color and it was a big hit.
Combining the reflective gold and orange image of the GLX with the muddy orange image of the Komorin Coper Shad, I created the Boso Secret as a new image for Kinkuro colors, not to mention for reservoirs in the Boso Peninsula.

This color, with its transparent body, pearl and holo effects, and a slight line in the center, is based on a color that was previously made at my request and released in limited quantities as the Ghost Shad, which I used as a completely secret color during tournaments. As the name "Suigo" implies, it has an excellent track record in the Kasumigaura system, but it also has a good track record in other fields and clear lakes. If you are having trouble with a bait during a tournament, use this color. It is the best and most versatile tournament color.

Wakasagi is often the main bait in the Kasumigaura system from fall to spring. Since many of these fish have been introduced to lakes with clear water quality, we sometimes felt that real colors named "Wakasagi" were not appealing enough in the muddy water of the Kasumigaura system. The flat side of the lure is finished with a mixture of reflective colors that have strong appeal and white colors that have strong appeal in muddy water, to create a color that appeals strongly even in muddy water, attracts bass, and brings them to bite with its realism.

I asked Megabass, a company that has distinguished itself from other manufacturers not only by its design but also by the realism and beauty of its colors, to paint the Deadly Fish in a dirty color. I asked Megabass to paint the deadly fish a dirty color, using their technique of turning lures into living creatures. I imagined the color of a dying fish with its scales peeled off, as if a bass had eaten it and spit it out of its mouth. I added a little blur to it. The nature of predators is that they attack from a weak point in the school. That's what I was aiming for with this color.

The Tiger pattern is a trick color that fools the eyes of bass during the action. This pattern has been around for a long time, not only in gill colors, but also in colors such as Hot Tiger. Add to that the recent trend of big bass feeding on gills. The combination of these two factors is the Komorin Gill. This color is not a realistic gill color, but rather a reactionary gill color. However, in many cases, the strong male bluegill in a school of bluegill have a fine gill color, but the bass that are kicked out have a yellowish tint to them, and have you ever seen a fish with a body like this color? This is one color that we have thought through as a non-reflective color that can be used on a wide range of lakes from clear to muddy lakes. This is the third color named "Komorin" following Komorin Oikawa and Komorin Copper Shad. All of them are special colors that have been used many times.


1. Equipped with the LBO system, the maximum casting distance is increased by 20% (With Megabass Products).
2. The inertial impact generated by the super-low resistance weight.
3. The devastating action response that allows for instant swimming.

The weight unit with internal bearings is instantly guided into place by the neodymium magnetic field towards the front,
initiating actions when the retrieve begins.

The low center of gravity weight unit plays the role of a shaft balancer, combining the power point and action point for excellent responsiveness, creating high pitch rolling action with intense flashing.