Sea Falcon® Super Drain Jig is ideal for slow currents

Versatility is essential when fishing in a variety of situations, and the Sea Falcon® Super Drain offers an ideal option for deeper, slower-moving water. Once a well-kept secret among Japanese commercial anglers, the effectiveness of slow cast jigging is now a fishing phenomenon among the global community of saltwater anglers. But ocean anglers often encounter a number of circumstances as tides ebb and flow, and currents change along with water depth. You might be out of luck if you don’t have the right tools in your tackle box.

Fortunately, Sea Facon offers a variety of slow pitch jigs, each designed for different fishing conditions and species. Fast action lures work well in fast, shallow or moderate currents. Still, when drifting off the edge or intentionally moving into deeper water or the current slows, you need a larger jig that still produces maximum action with minimum force and input from the angler. The Super Drain jig has a double drain structure to create an irregular motion that mimics a confused and injured bait fish in deep water. Even in the absence of current, a perfect incentive for deep-sea dwellers such as tilefish and amberjack.

Plus, the Super Drain comes in a variety of sizes (130g, 200g, 300g, 400g), so you can change depending on what’s around or what you’re looking for. Each is also available in a variety of attractive colors, including BGL Glow Pink, LTGGL Blue Pink, LTGGL Pink, LTGGL Silver and Sardine, so you can better match the bait fish that finicky predators sometimes target.

The hooks are part of the same one-piece metal construction to ensure superior strength and lure integrity and are designed to fit Gamakatsu® accessory hooks. The durable hand-painted finish will withstand repeated attacks from the toothiest of predators.

To ensure you can fine-tune your presentation to get the best performance from your jigs, Sea Falcon has developed a specification table for each jig that lists sink rate, weight balance, pause time, current, resistance to correct traction and slide width. The chart also displays them in an easy-to-understand chart on their website:

Each Sea Falcon lure is based on a hand-carved original created by CEO and Chief Designer Tetsuya Itou, one of Japan’s foremost lure designers. Headquartered in Hamamatsu, Japan, they operate under the ‘Total Package’ concept, combining processes from planning and development to manufacturing, all under one roof. Sea Falcon guarantees supreme quality and continues to bring innovative products to the world of fishing.

Gamakatsu® hooks are specifically designed to complement Sea Falcon lures and lures. Gamakatsu hooks are made with the same level of craftsmanship and attention to detail, elevating the performance of any Sea Falcon lure.

Super Drain Features:

  • slow pitch
  • deep bait
  • Lots of deep water action
  • Designed to be fished in slow current
  • Target fish: bottom fish

About Sea Falcon®

Sea Falcon® ensures supreme quality and continues to bring innovative products to the world of fishing. Thanks to an exclusive agreement with SPRO® and Gamakatsu,® Sea Falcon® lures are now available in the US.

About Gamakatsu®

From humble beginnings as Japan’s smallest fishing hook manufacturer in 1955, Gamakatsu® Ltd has evolved to become the world’s largest hook manufacturer. Over the years, manufacturing upgrades and cutting-edge innovations have fueled Gamakatsu® USA’s rise as a leading producer of fishing hooks, apparel, and fishing-related items.

When anglers buy Gamakatsu® hooks, they are buying an original product made exclusively by Gamakatsu®. Gamakatsu® continually tests new materials and strives to improve its products, already setting the standard for the rest of the industry.

About SPRO®

We are Sports Professionals. SPRO® works with the best anglers in America to design the best fishing tackle in the world. Using cutting edge technology and innovation, SPRO® leads the way in developing the highest quality premium fishing gear available.

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