Standard trout minnow: PanishThe Panish has a swimming action that is a mix of 70% rolling and 30% wobbling, and a tricky twitching action. It has a tricky twitching action.
The long awaited area exclusive model Panish Area. The long-awaited area-specific version of the Panish, which has been popular for its overwhelming flying distance and irregular action when twitching, is now available. We have carefully selected the colors that have produced the best results in the field, based on repeated testing and the best balance settings.
The DD Panish has been developed with the proven swimming action of the Panish intact, but in fact it moves slightly differently from the Panish action when twitched continuously. The reason for this is that the center-of-gravity shifting weight of the DD Panish is designed to return to its original state and not move easily, whereas the center-of-gravity shifting weight of the Panish is free.
The reason for this is that cherry salmon, one of our main target fish, are often caught in the middle and lower reaches of the river, where the current is relatively fast, and we thought that a diving minnow with a lot of resistance should be stable in the water as long as the angler does not manipulate the rod. Putting function first is an ironclad rule in lure making.
DD Panish Area
Long-awaited model dedicated to the area DD Panish Area 65F-Compared to the Panish, the DD Panish is less likely to move its center of gravity when diving and has superior stability in flowing water. The DD Panish is also effective when the swimming layer of the target fish is deep. The long-awaited, area-specific version of the DD Panish is now available. We have carefully selected the colors that have produced the best results in the field based on repeated testing and the best balance settings.