2018年11月30日金曜日

Andaman Island Jigging with IRONJIG [Michele Meggiolaro]



イタリアのフィールドスタッフ、Michele Meggiolaro氏と友人のGiulio Zandri 氏より11月のアンダマン諸島でのジギングレポートをいただきました。

スイムライダーショート205gとカレントライダー180、220、スイムライダー200gでビッグフィッシュをキャッチしています。
以下、レポートです。

I went Andaman Island.2019 November. 
My friend Giulio Zandri during our Andaman Island fishing trip with top class jigging and popping charter operator "Andaman Angler" owned by Akshay Malavi.






We were using these 3 Nature Boys jig:


SwimRider Short 205 gr



Current Rider 180 or 220 - don't remember the size (glow color)



SwimRider 200 gr (glow color)



And all these 3 jigs were catching lot of fish, expecially the Current Rider with the strong current was still producing lots of fish. We jigged mainly in 45-95 meters water depth. We caught lots of different species with all the three models of jig.


Thank you.Michele&Giulio!


今回のアンダマン諸島のような素晴らしいフィールドにおいては、鉛製品を使用することについて抵抗があり、環境負荷の少ない鉄ジグが注目されているとのことでした。ありがとうございます。

私たちの環境指針

日本の釣り人口が2000万人を超えると言われる中で、この楽しい釣りを将来にわたって続ける為には、永続的な資源保護が欠かせません。そして、いま私たち釣り具メーカーに問われているのは、形だけの環境姿勢ではなく、環境保全に対する真摯な取り組みです。釣り場に散乱するゴミ、釣り糸、釣り針、有害物質である鉛製品、これ等をひと括りにマナーの問題として片付けるのではなく、それら製品の環境負荷を減ずる新たな製品作りも重要です。私たちは、できるだけ環境へのリスクを軽減する素材を使用し、自然に優しい製品開発を積極的に推進します。

Our efforts for the environment

It is important to preserve the natural habitat for fish if we, the anglers, wish to happily continue fishing in the future.
The population of anglers in Japan is said to be over 20 million.  When we add the number of professional fishermen, it would mean one out of every six Japanese is fishing.  We have no objection to treasure the fish we catch as food because the traditional diet of Japan, an island country, has been mainly fish since the pre-historic age.  However, as the fishing method (fishing technology) evolved from simple tackles, advanced performance of ships, fishfinders, GPS and other machinery catch more fish than the natural capacity, and such overfishing obviously causes decrease of sea-life.  It is said that today, sardines are 1% and mackerels and under 2% of the quantity in the 1980s.  We must be aware of this collapse of balance in nature.The quantity of fish lines, trash, hazardous lead products and other wastes that are discarded in fishing spots should not be merely considered as bad manners since it is too enormous.  Furthermore, wormflies and lures we lose to underwater and sinkers and metal jigs that disperse deep into the ocean out of reach of our hands are spreading contamination as the fishing method advances.The whole society demands us anglers to adopt the attitude of “not to litter in the field” and “not to lose anything that would cause contamination”. We aim to create more enjoyable products made of materials that reduce the risk to the environment as much as possible.





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