- The Sunakku sliding jig is a culmination of extensive in-house design, development, and on the water testing.
- Designed for maximum visibility in medium to deep water.
- Large custom designed head with strong luminous properties
- Large iridescent reflective foil eyes and a luminous head with a crackle paint finish
- Long life Japanese ‘high glow’ lumo bead
- Free-flowing skirts with a combination of lumo and UV content providing an enticing swimming action
- Shape of the head in conjunction with the skirt creates an effective “wiggle” to the lure when drifting
- Sliding head allows the head to move up your leader, which greatly reduces the amount of leverage the fish can get making it more difficult to “throw” the hook
- High carbon steel, PTFE coated Black Magic Sunakku hooks developed in Black Magic’s Japanese factories
- PTFE coated which greatly reduces corrosion and extends the life of the hook
- Rigged with Kelvar® thread on a small solid ring
- Three head weights to choose from – 60g, 80g and 100g which allow you to choose one that suits the depth you’re in or the speed of your drift
Available in four colour options:
- Fiery Tiger
- Night Rider
How to fish with Sunakku:
If you haven’t fished this type of product before, it’s generally most effective when you’re drifting, and in deeper water (20 to 100m). Cast up ahead of the drift, allow the jig to hit the bottom and slowly wind/retrieve the lure, giving it the odd “yo-yo” as it comes in. When you’re about 1/3 of the way up, free spool the lure back to the bottom and repeat until the lure is past the boat at about 30 to 45 degrees. When you feel bites, just continue to wind slowly as the fish will more than likely strike at it several times if it doesn’t hook up immediately. You can also add small slivers of bait, like a thin piece of squid tentacle, if you want to.
How to Rig your Sunakku:
Your leader passes through the head, bead and skirt before being tied to a solid ring on the hook rig. When a fish strikes, the head will slide up the leader which reduces the amount of leverage the fish can get, making it more difficult to “throw”.
See video below