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Sea Falcon’s Drain Inchiku Jig

June 9, 2022 - Blog

Inchiku jigs were once a well-kept secret among Japanese commercial fishermen. The name, Inchiku  roughly translates to: “So easy, it must be cheating,” but it’s not. They’re all entirely legal and highly effective, but the secret is out. Inchiku jigs are now found all across Japan, and thanks to an exclusive arrangement with SPRO® and Gamakatsu®, Sea Falcon® Drain Inchiku jigs are now available in the USA. 

The body of the Inchiku jig is meant to imitate a baitfish and will glow in the water. The jig falls with a side-to-side flutter that varies from narrow to wide and rises in sweeping arcs. The attached squid skirt adds extra action while concealing the assist hooks as it moves. Each jig comes with paired Gamakatsu assist hooks to ensure you hook more fish and keep them hooked all the way to the boat.

Inchiku jigs feature two different attachment points, one closest to the ear and the other in the middle of the back of the lure, each offering a different action. The former is the most common way of attaching an Inchiku jig and provides the standard slow-jig presentation with a fluttering action from the squid skirt. The latter provides a wider fluttering action and makes the squid skirt move around. 

Drain Inchiku jigs are available in 45 and 60-gram mini-versions and full-sized 120, 150, 200, and 300-gram models to adjust to anglers’ varying depths and current conditions. These jigs are made with premium components and a hand-painted finish. It is easy to “match the hatch” to the reef and wreck being fished with 7 different colors to choose from.

Each jig is handmade and painted to produce the rich transparency and appearance of a small, lively fish while ensuring your lures will stand up to repeated attacks from the toothiest predators. Sea Falcon meticulously treats the surface of every jig by applying over 20 clear coatings, then polishing each lure twice. In addition, they enhance the appeal of each lure with aluminum or holographic applications. Hook eyes are a part of the same one-piece wireframe to ensure superior strength and lure integrity.

Features:

Slow Pitch Jig / CastingGreat for Bottom FishingSlow Pitch Jerking Action, Bottom Knocking, and Swimming ActionTarget Species: Grouper, Red Snapper, Groundfish, Flounder, and Fluke

To ensure anglers can fine-tune their presentation and get the best performance from the jigs, Sea Falcon has developed a specification chart for each jig indicating the correct fall speed, weight balance, pause time, current, pulling resistance, and slide width. These are mapped out on an easy-to-understand chart on their website. 

About Sea Falcon®

Sea Falcon® ensures supreme quality and continues to provide innovative products to the fishing world. Thanks to an exclusive arrangement with SPRO® and Gamakatsu,® Sea Falcon® Lures are now available in the USA.

About Gamakatsu®

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

When anglers purchase Gamakatsu® hooks, they are buying an original product made exclusively by Gamakatsu®. Gamakatsu® is continuously testing new materials and striving to improve its products, which already sets the standard for the rest of the industry.

About SPRO®

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

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