The jerk is longer than the high-speed short-pitch jerk, and if you freely move it without slowing the line tension when falling at slow speed, you can slide long while hitting the tail.
As a method of operating the rod, it is a trick to throw a choi and then slowly retrieve while tipping up about 30 cm to intentionally create a line slack and give the jig a time lag for sliding action. This method is especially effective for amberjack. For a jerk-up after the slide, drain the water with the knife edge on your back and swim while dirt.
When dropping the jig to the desired depth, if the line tension is set to be free, it is easy to cause line troubles with other jigs due to the influence of wind and tidal current, so drop the line while applying light tension. And do not miss the unexpected falling bite.
Due to the laser edge back design, the drainage is extremely good, so there is no weighting.