RIPPLE FISHER OCEANARROW SELFISH SEB 624
Ripplefisher’s jigging rod series, the “Selfish” will be renewed as of 2020.
There will be 3 spinning models and 2 bait-casting models, each developed with their own new concepts.
The 2 new bait models are categorized as sensitive bait (SEB) models.
These added models are developed to keep up with the demands from the ever changing jigging scene. To slide the jig, swim the jig, naturally maneuver the jig to induce that “bite”. All models have the inherited the characteristics of the Selfish series with the slim, light and sharp feeling able to cut through the current, yet possessing a contradicting powerful butt section.
The SEB (natural swim) type - SEB633, SEB624
These are highly responsive bait models able to easily maneuver jigs simply or technically with various jerking methods. Anglers will be able to easily vary the tempo and speed of jerks capitalizing on the advantages of the bait tackle set up.
OCEANARROW SELFISH SEB 624
With the basic characteristics of the SEB633, we have set the bending point farther towards the tip and sharpened its manual maneuverability.
The strength of the blank is capable of sharply maneuvering jigs up to 220g.
This model is built with highly sensitive characteristics and to easily control the jigs and induce a bite when the angler can feel for a fish in pursuit, change in the layer of current or a subtle bite.
The reinforced butt power will control the massive thrashing of the fish running towards artificial fish reefs and rough rock formations while the powerful resilience and reeling by the angler will crank up 10kg class Kingfish.
- Suitable reel size / S: 2000 / D: 30~35
- Grip length / A: 584mm(Grip full length) B: 479mm(From grip end to reel foot)
- Dia of tip / 2.4mm(Just below top guide) Dia of butt / 8.7mm (Butt diameter measured 680mm from the bottom)
- Reel seat / TCS18(Fuji) Down Lock
- Grip end / EVA
- Field: Shore line, Shallow area～Depth of~100m
- Guides: SiC-S Titanium frame K Guide (Fuji)
- Target: Kingfish
*Comfort Weight is stood for the weight of jigs that you will be able to jerk comfortably. It has not meant to be a value of maximum.