A Soft Approach to Slow Pitch Jigging: The Sea Falcon® Slow Squid

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 Sep 15th, 2022 by Keith Worrall 

Modified Sep 15th, 2022 at 2:12 PM

Kennesaw, GA (September 15, 2022) – Sometimes, a soft approach is better, and the Sea Falcon® Slow Squid offers a softer alternative for slow pitch jigging. Hand-crafted with soft silicon rubber with embedded lead weight, the Slow Squid provides incredibly realistic lively action that cannot be achieved with traditional metal jigs or conventional soft baits.

The embedded lead weight balances the Slow Squid for a horizontal fall and allows fishermen to fish it like a metal jig, but its soft silicone surface provides all the wings and whistles of a soft bait. Its small shape will enable anglers to fish in deep water, where its luminous glow and undulating action will attract and entice the most finicky finfish. Choose from 8 glow-in-the-dark colors.

To ensure a fine-tuned presentation to get the best performance from the jigs, Sea Falcon has developed a specification chart for each jig indicating the correct fall speed, weight balance, pause time, current, pulling resistance and slide width. Also, the chart maps them out on an easy-to-understand chart on their website: www.seafalconusa.com.

Every Sea Falcon lure is based on a hand-carved original created by CEO and Chief Designer Tetsuya Itou, one of Japan’s foremost lure designers. Based in Hamamatsu, Japan, they operate under the ‘Total Package’ concept, combining all processes from planning and development to manufacturing, all under one roof. Sea Falcon ensures supreme quality and continues to provide innovative products to the fishing world.

Gamakatsu® hooks are specifically designed to compliment Sea Falcon lures and plugs. Gamakatsu hooks are made with the same level of craftsmanship and attention to detail, raising the performance of any Sea Falcon lure.

Slow Squid Features:

• Slow Pitch

• Imitates Small Squid

• Center Balance Gives Horizontal Fall

• Small Shape Can Be Fished in Deep Water

• Target Fish: Bottom Fish

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