These are Toray latest carbon T1100G, All JAPAN MADE tubular jigging rods. Until now, if you prioritize ease of jig manipulation, it tends to be a rod that does not bend.Many people think that "it would be nice to have a tubular rod that can fight while standing the rod”.This rod can't be made round, but it's super fun and bendable! The blank of this rod makes it easy to adjust the strength of the input to the jig as you wish.This rod is good at producing irregular movements such as "flying the jig" and "just pulling a little".
- Water depth 30-70m (no tide or wind)
- Reel 50class
- Line PE2.0
- Leader Frollo No.10
- Jig 150-300g
At first, I used a heavy 250g. I felt that the fall was fast and the bite was bad, so I changed to 150g and thought that I would jerk it a lot and drop it.With this water depth, you can use jigs up to 250g unless the tide is too strong.I couldn’t use a thinner line because the fish weighed up to about 10kg, but I felt the line was a little thicker when I was using a light jig.I feel that the PE1.2 line is just right.
I use a jig up to about 150g for brisk fishing, and a jig up to about 300g for fast winding and fall fishing.
When I fish, I use a rod with the following adjustments.
- Blue fish target depth 80-170m
- Reel 80class
- Line PE2.5 and 3.0
- Leader Frollo 12/14
- Jig 200-420g
- Aiming for root fish Depth 50-120m
- Reel 50 class
- Line PE2.0/2.5./3.0
- Leader Frollo 10/12
- Jig 200-300g
In the case of our field staff, we use rods up to about 250g for fishing that moves quickly and up to about 400g for fast winding and fall fishing.
Mid-deep sea root fish
I think that it is effective for aiming for blue fish when you are reluctant to eat.
Rod to bring when aiming for blue fish etc.
This rod is made so that you can fight with the rod upright if you have a line up to PE2.5. And of course, this rod is recommended for people who want to jerk a lot and want to move around 150g easily.
5.6ft (168cm) The rod that can hold the jig weight the most out of the 3 rods
I use a rod adjusted as follows.
- Reel 80 class
- Line PE2.5-4
- Leader Frollo 12-18
- Jig 200-600g
- Up to about 350g for brisk fishing
- Up to about 600g for fast winding and fall fishing
When you want to use a large jig to increase the appeal, or when you want to aim for a big fish rather than a small fish.
Blue fish with high activity
Mid-deep sea root fish 150m ~ remote island gomoku jigging where big fish come unexpectedly
I think that it is effective for aiming for blue fish.
Although it is a rod that can be used flexibly with a 300g jig, it also has a tip that works with a 600g jig, so it is quite an interesting rod. People who usually use this rod for 300g jigs may not believe it when they hear that it can also be used for 600g jigs. On the other hand, people who mainly use jigs weighing 400g or more will think that using a 200g jig is too hard.
The tuna tide is not good, but I thought I could use up to 600g with a PE4 jig weight of 600m depth.
At this water depth, a 600g jig will be used mainly for fast reeling with a large jerk. I thought that MAX was easy to use jigs up to 400g.
It was an impression that I could use a 600g jig with normal fast winding at about 130m in shallow water.