Simply put, it is a high cell version of the TR series. Focusing on design that emphasizes operability and action that is not bound by the concept that a fixed center of gravity is difficult to fly. For that reason, the model called HSRM was created by developing a shape that is easy to fly and a shape that is easy to swim. As you can see, it was created by combining a very small base lip and a teardrop-shaped body that originally swims.
The movement is set for medium speed. It does not swim at very low speeds, and it can withstand high speeds to some extent, but it will endure and slide in front of HRTM, so it is an easy-to-use lure. Easy to use as a feeding lure even just below the surface of the water.
Both weight and balance are set to suit blackfin seabass fishing. The movement has a fine swing width, and the peculiar fluctuation of the lipless that meanders to the left and right and the sharp drainage peculiar to the base lip emphasize the ease of fishing. The diving power is set shallower than the original TR, making it difficult for the head to sink.
Dive depth 80cm~1m
Both 135 and 110 have floating and slow sink models.
Hook size: 1 to 1/0 for 135mm, #2 to #1 for 110mm
Swimming with a thick leader is also good (tested with taper leader tip No. # 30)