SEIKAI COLLECTION LT TENBIN EBING RIG WIRE FOR JIGGING & CASTING
HOW TO CATCH FISH WHEN THEY ARE NOT BITING ?
TRY TO USE JAPANESE EBING RIG AND TECHNIQUE FOR JIGGING & CASTING
It is a little plastic lure game to catch big tunas.
It has been invented by local fisherman here in Okinawa. And Mr. Seikai Murakoshi, Daiwa instructor, has refined the method. The fisherman told him that he tried for the fun of it first but it turned out that it was devastating for the commercial fishing.
Japanese fishermen don’t use nets for tunas. Always with the hooks. Damaged skin never sells in Japan fish market. There are some other fishing methods they use, but they found that this little shrimp looking plastic can do better than anything else.
Mr. Murakoshi did some tests and improved the system. He named it “Ebing”. Ebi means “shrimp” in Japanese. “Ebing” is his coined word, meaning “shrimping”. It has become his favorite game.
So, there’s a straight wire rig with a jig on. The jig pulls down this rig to falls in a horizontal position when you drop it, keeping the hook away from tangling with the line.
The jig doesn’t have hooks. It’s a weight. It also attracts fish from a distance.
But when the fish approaches, what’s attracting is the little plastic that’s tailing the jig. Fish bites on the plastic. The plastic can be single or double, but just hooking at the tip for the best swimming form.
The jerking is just like any high speed to medium speed jigging. Jerk, reel, jerk, reel, pause… jerk, reel. something like that. Can be by the spinning or by the overhead.
It’s extremely effective with tunas. Yellowtails and amberjacks too.
size M 31cm
size L 36cm
silze LL 46cm
Package content 1 pcs Ebing rig wire.
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