New Game Style!? Light Shore Plugging Game Fishing from Maria

Have you tried large fish-eater fishing? Like shore / off shore jigging, plugging…
Even smaller size of those species can have massive power to gain your adrenaline.

If no, would you like to start it?

I am sure almost of you would say yes, they are one of most exciting fishing you can do. But to start, you may think like “I cannot afford those expensive tackles…” Oh dear.

Now that! Maria – from Yamaria has proposed new game fishing style – Light Shore Plugging Game.

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Product Review: Sinking Pencil “Buttobi Kun 95S” Really Flies

Yuki Inoue, the CEO of Japanese fishing lure company Jumprize, had been pursuiting this kind of lure so long, as Jumprize official website says.

This is very fascinating lure and wanted to try but it was sold out for long… and now finally we could test.

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Fishing Method: Jig Sabiki – Small Fish to Fish Eaters!

As you know, there are always plenty of species under water. There might be just a small bait fish around, when you do lureing or jigging. Or there might be some big fish eaters like Trevally, Jew Fish, Mulloway, Tailor, etc. when you do Sabiki.

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Movie: The Strongest Knot – Palomar Knot + Clinch Knot

Today I introduce you the strongest fishing knot – mixed with those 2 famous knots Palomar Knot and Clinch Knots.

That will be useful especially for big fish or shore jiging.

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Seabass challenge – how / when to use DAIWA Shoreline Shiner Z 97/120

Have you heard about this, DAIWA Shoreline Shiner seriese? The DAIWA’s top sales lures for game fishing. This lure is basically created for seabass fishing, but you can either aim fish-eaters such as Trevally, Tailor, Kingfish and so on.

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