I went to Miyazaki again this year for Dorado fishing.
Apparently, the conditions are tough
this year due to the heavy rain and the resulting water quality, limiting the
number of Dorado's.
This time, I brought Mr. Staff to experience the field. "in order
to make good products,
one must understand what is needed in the field".
Looking out for Mr.
staff, I was testing "Shakure rotor" diving type (DV) lure for the first time.
As we were informed, there was little fish in the beginning.
As we got further away from shore, and the water quality improved, a few
fish started to appear.
A few of the anglers started to catch some small ones.
I was lecturing Mr. Staff at the stern but he was having some difficulty
He finally managed to hookup.
Struggling with the strength of the
fish from the sea, he was able to land the fish. Congratulations!
His first Dorado was easily bigger than 1m
and was the biggest of the day.
Caught on Sharapoa Chibi (pink head 08).
There were many baby amberjacks at the FAD's and attacked the Sharapoa
Caught on Sharapoa Chibi (Chart s09).
Recently natural looking shapes and colors
are popular, but I personally like the "appeal" type colors.
It is fun to fish! and a grown mans
Mr. Oyabu also caught a baby amberjack with the
Mr. Staff with another good size
Caught on Sharapoa Chibi
Mr. Staff caught the most with 10 catches. He
also caught the biggest. Congrat's.
I played with a few Dorado's and conducted
numerous successful tests. Relaxing in the shade most of the time afterwards.
Hope to play with some Dorado's next year as
LURE : Shakure DV (Prototype)
ROD : Hammer-Head 77GT (prototype)