Thanks to a precisely set weight, the Jackson Komachi 45F is extremely stable. The fast reflexes from the lure attract the fish to bite, making it ideal for twitching. Furthermore, because it is a floating kind, distinct waves on the surface can be noticed during retrieval.
This minnow might be the most famous and best baits from Jackson. It has a very distinct shape and reminds of an overgrown bait fish. it has a micro lip which has minimal resistance to water. Thus the Jackson Komachi drives one the surface of the water. Additional jerks and twitches adds play to make the Komachi irresistible to predators. When twitching the minnow deviates from the original trajectory and entices the trout to bite.
The most common catch when attacking with such a fishing method are perch. On a consistent retrieve chub and asp are curious and will not hesitate to attack the minnow. The Komachi has a high stability not only when retrieve, but also when casting. This translates to superior casting distance. All so this is achieved with a tightly fixed weight. Also because it is a floating type it makes distinctive waves on the surface. The Jackson minnow has high potential even if it looks cute.
All in all it is a universal lure that has many applications. It works no most retrieves and a wide selection of fish will attack it.
Lure type: Floating (F)
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