We had thought that it was very difficult to catch only lunker sea bass selectively.
At a certain night of full moon, we met a lunker sea bass at a depth of about 1 foot.
We stopped casting and observed it for a while.
He did not move at all at the bottom of the river looking upstream.
When the school of the drifted minnow passes over him, he rose slowly, breathed it in quietly and came back to the place he settled.
It was very quiet occurrence, but was shocking moment.
We got to know it for the first time then why a lunker could grow larger.
We found that he could grow up greatly because not only they got old but also they preyed in large quantities reducing calorie consumption.
We made a thorough investigation of a lunker sea bass at the shallow area.
We have become to feel that it was not difficult to catch only lunker sea bass selectively at the shallow area.
Because we developed the sinking pencil imitated drifted baits with 8 feet rod.