The design requirements for a Slow jig are addressed in the creation of the Hayabusa Hirarin. In fact, the Japanese maker has accomplished a lovely and lively drop towards the bottom, proportional to its volume. At the same time, Hayabusa was able to keep a crucial attribute intact: the jig's resistance to inclement weather and strong waves.
The Hayabusa Hirarin's fluttering motion reveals a different side of the jig every time, and the various colours alternate, creating a visual variation that entices bites. The dual colouring also improves visibility.
The Hayabusa Hirahim just excels in terms of casting qualities. But after it sinks to the desired depth and we begin using the rod, this lure begins to work its magic. Its various sides include not only