Bridging the Gap Between Jig and Spoon

Cypress, CA – There are few tools in the saltwater tacklebox that can be repurposed for multiple applications. Jerkbaits jerk. Twitchbaits twitch. And topwaters toil the surface. Daiwa has a fix for that. The new Zakana Casting Jig performs as well on the cast as it does ripped vertically below the boat.

Offshore, near-shore and pier casters alike can fish Daiwa’s Zakana Casting Jig with equal success. Offshore, the wide array of sizes and colors can be long-cast to busting tuna, bonito, yellowtail and every member of the jack family. As well, sinister predators like king mackerel, cobia, mahi-mahi, roosterfish and wahoo will fall as easily to the Zakana Casting Jig.

When fish are marked on your electronics, the Zakana Casting Jig instantly transforms into a vertical presentation. Drop it down. Rip it. And let the battle ensue.

The Zakana Casting Jig is also effective near-shore zones, off the beaches, but not miles out. Here, the lure instantly summons strikes from red snapper, grouper and everything else foraging off wrecks, reefs and oil platforms.

And when you want a catch-everything-lure for pier casting, look no further than the Zakana Casting Jig. Catches of preferred species like redfish, seatrout and Spanish mackerel will make you a believer.

What separates the Zakana Casting Jig from others makes and models? Its horizontal line-tie with sturdy split-ring give the lure a distinctive, erratic action on the jig and freefall.

Developed specifically for saltwater pursuits, the Zakana Casting Jig’s body and components are highly resistant to corrosion, including its famously sharp VMC 9626 treble hook. The jig’s exterior itself is a fortress, too, maintaining its authentic cosmetics fish after fish.

The Zakana Casting Jig is available in seven different weights for a wide array of depths and conditions. Sizes include: 20g (.7 ounce), 30g (1 ounce), 40g (1.4 ounce), 80g (2.8 ounce), 100g (3.5 ounce) and 130g (4.6 ounce). MSRP is $7.99 to $11.99. Available now.

Choose from eight different colors including Silver, Maiwashi, Pink, Katakuchi, Blue Pink, Zebra Glow, Green Gold, and Chrome.

Congratulations. You just found the do-it-all saltwater lure.