In early 2016, a new term "slow-jigging" appeared in the China Sea Fishing Association. The English name "slow-jigging" is sometimes transliterated into "water-falling iron plate". First of all, let me introduce the origin of slow-rolling iron plate.
10 years ago, the slow rolling iron plate was born in Japan. At that time, there was a famous iron plate called "Sato Tongyang," he was a very abnormal fishing enthusiast, he was to study the details of the capture of small fish big fish in the process of jumping into the sea to observe the "explosion" phenomenon.
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As the big fish in the picture sea besieged the small fish group, the little fish could not escape and rushed out of the water to form the phenomenon of deep water.
The above is a few years ago when I visited teacher Misaki Sato for technical guidance to explore the origin of the slow shake iron plate.
When he was watching in the sea, he found that the big fish caught the small fish in three steps to choose the prey 1. First attack the shock of the small fish (a deciduous leaf) 2. Second attack the injured small fish (a spiral escape) 3. Finally choose the small fish that escaped straight away from the group without injury. Think about how lions in the animal world choose their targets when sieging deer.
Shocked small fish at the bottom, injured fleeing small fish at the top right, and harmless straight fleeing small fish at the top left
Through this natural phenomenon, Mr Sato associates why not create an iron plate with a longer lag time to act as a shocked fish, giving bigger fish more opportunities to choose our decoys? So Mr. Misaki Sato developed the first slow rolling iron plate called "kapuresu180 grams".
The kapuresu adagio feature is asymmetrical design, which is easy to fall on the side.
Mr Sato used this new, then alternative, iron plate to fish all over the shallow water. He created a new way of drawing poles for the image of Kapuresu, the original and basic source of the slow-rolling iron plate.
In order to test the iron plate, Mr. Sato visited the famous fishing boat captain of Shigeru Peninsula in Kochi Prefecture, the southernmost part of Shikoku Island, Japan. An hour out of the sea in the Shihu area of Gaozhi County is a trench fault several thousand meters deep. It is the necessary place for the warm current (Kuroshio) in the Pacific Ocean to pass through, and it is rich in fish species.
Above is the well-known Tokmura in Japan, full-automatic cap current control device complete 56 feet hull, the captain can give up control and everyone fishing together, fully automatic cap wind!
Pictured above is the cab equipment of the Dongmura. It can be said that there are all kinds of navigational equipment, and all of Japan with such complete equipment is such a ship. It is as cool as the pile of equipment in front of the pilot.
When Mr. Sato put down the elaborate iron plate, he found that the water in the sea area was very rapid and the depth of 100 meters was two or three layers of water with different directions. The deciduous iron plate was carried away by the water and could not be understood. Mr. Tomura also found this problem when he was instructed. As a talented fisherman, he was also a control. Inspired by Mr. Sato, Dongcun began to consider developing iron plates suitable for all kinds of fishing conditions and habits.
Deepliner brand was born! According to Mr. Sato's slow-jigging theory, Mr. Tomura created the deep-sea slow-rolling theory, which is totally different from Mr. Sato's early theory from the shape of the iron plate and the number of grams to the drawing of the pole.
The picture above shows that the Depliner iron plate series is mainly divided into two major series 1. Flat section with relatively delicate action and long lag time 2. Long term agility clause suitable for turbulent and complicated sea area.
The fishing rod is mainly divided into two series 1. High-rebound slender fishing rod suitable for the general slow-rolling theory 2. Super-hard and tough fishing rod suitable for the deep-sea slow-rolling theory.
At present, the popular slow-rolling iron plate in Southeast Asia and Taiwan is the initial slow-rolling iron plate theory established by Mr. Sato in his early days. The biggest characteristic is that it is suitable for shallow-field operation by using the winding ability of the wheel to bend the pole tip (one or two rolls in a week), and then using the rebound force of the pole tip to start the iron plate, using the iron plate after stall. The deciduous state of the fish attracts the mouth, but the biggest weakness is that this game can not adapt to the harsh sea conditions around, only suitable for shallow play.
In the most primitive slow-rolling position shown above, the armpit holds the rod and forces it to bend with the rolling pressure of the wheel.
The most common method of playing in Japan is the deep-sea slow-rolling method developed by Mr. Shinyi Tomura. The biggest feature is that the lever is mainly lifted by the left hand, while the right-handed line-rolling movement is carried out in accordance with the needs of the left hand. The speed of the line-rolling is combined with the basic theory of slow-rolling and the speed of the iron-drawing board. The speed of the rod-rolling is moderate to slow. Fast.
"Quickly attract the attention of the fish and give the fish a chance to move." this is the core of Dong village's slow shake theory.
Pictured above is the deep sea mania pumping method developed by East Village. There is no armpit pinch in Dongcun's theory, because the range of motion of the rod controlled by the armpit is greatly limited.
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