A floating jerkbait that replicates the movements of small fish near the water's surface.
1. A floating jerkbait capable of replicating the lively action of small fish preying on insects at the water's surface.
This lure shines especially bright when using the 'Ripping Riser Technique,' a method that perfectly imitates the behavior of small fish attacking surface insects. The technique is a particular favorite of Mr. Imae, characterized by the lure's fixed rear center of gravity. This design causes the head of the lure to lift, making it appear as if a small fish is foraging at the surface when it rises, creating an enticingly vulnerable presentation. The lure ascends gently, mimicking the carefree movement of a small fish – an easy target for bass, no doubt. Once the lure reaches the surface, a sharp jerk will activate its potent wobbling action, thanks to the inertia from the rear weighting. This results in a vigorous vibration over a short distance, simulating a small fish in a hurry to dive back under the water, away from potential threats. The rearward center of gravity allows for a rapid ascent, enabling a quick and repetitive ‘float and dive’ action. This technique proves particularly effective in shallow waters, less than 1m(3.2ft) deep, drawing the attention of bass that are keyed in on surface activity. Moreover, the fixed rear center of gravity ensures impressive casting distances, all without the potential disturbance of noise from a shifting weight system, a common feature in many of today’s popular lures.
2. Quick Straight Retrieve and Roll-Pitch Action: Find Bass and Float Your Lure in the Clutch
Mr. Imae emphasizes the effectiveness of a simple retrieve, capitalizing on the lure's high-pitch rolling and strong water resistance enabled by its fixed rear center of gravity. He notes that this method is particularly effective in conditions of strong wind, murky water, or low light, where a fast retrieval proves beneficial. Surprisingly, the lure has a high fish-attracting power even without intricate rod work. Just rapidly reel it in and then abruptly stop; repeating this process over short distances can yield impressive results. Once you've found a promising spot through fast retrieval and searching, you can switch to a slower pace and employ finesse techniques to catch fish without spooking them.
3. Winter Use: suspending Model to Entice Less Active Bass
In addition to the floating type, Mr. Imae has thoughtfully provided a suspending model, showcasing his desire for anglers to enjoy the Rip Riser in a wider array of conditions. The suspending model, while maintaining its robust water-pushing ability, has the unique characteristic of being able to stop dead in the water. This high-pitch wobbling action while retrieving grabs the attention of bass, and the sudden halt gives even the less active, uninterested bass a tempting target, increasing your chances of a bite.
4. Extensive Selection of Sizes and Colors
The lure is available in three sizes: 60mm, 90mm, and 110mm, with each size offering both suspending and floating models. Additionally, there is an extensive range of colors, with 10 to 30 shades available for each size, ensuring that you will undoubtedly find your preferred option. The lineup includes unique options such as luminous shell plates and 3D realism types, which mimic the appearance of real small fish, making them worth checking out.
Moreover, there is a 130mm model that, despite its size, is a high-floating type with a diving depth of 70cm. Conversely, there is also a diving type available that can go as deep as 2.5m(8.2ft).
- Condition: Brand New
- Length: 90 mm (3.5 inch)
- Weight: 10.3 g (3/8 oz.)
(*depend on country as below)
– Middle East : 9 working days*
– Oceania : 3 to 6 working days*
– Asia 1 to 6 working days*
The largest stock