69H spinning of the whole body Trading Card® T1100G, which combines overwhelming power and light weight with high balance. This is Orion’s power finesse.


definitely there. However, power tackle does not bite. You can’t catch it with finesse tackle. The road to catching big bass in cover fishing is becoming more and more difficult every year. If you have a rod that can precisely handle the lightweight and compact lures that are unique to spinning, with power that exceeds bait finesse…
In order to give shape to the demands of such anglers and the contradictory challenges. Hide and Seek is a power finesse rod that uses Trading Card® T1100G throughout the body and the butt is tightened with Quattro woven cloth.
It has the tension to ensure that the hook penetrates the bass’s mouth even when the line is bent due to the lure getting into a complicated cover, and when fighting bass, it has a tenacity that exceeds imagination and a lifting power that exceeds the common sense of a spinning rod. show. This is a prerequisite for a power finesse rod for covering cover.
On top of that, what is absolutely necessary at a high level is the castability, operability, and sensitivity of a lightweight lure, conditions that are contradictory to power.
A firm tip is required for cover strategies where pinpoint casting is important, especially for power finesse where pitching is the main focus. A trading card T1100G x tubular tip with tension and repulsion that satisfies these conditions. Even when pitching, where it is difficult to increase the swing speed and the lure release speed tends to be slow, the force is firmly transmitted to the lure, and it is easy to hit the target pin spot without tip wobbling.
The same goes for side cast skipping, which shoots sharply from close range. In addition to the repulsive force of Trading Card® T1100G, the regular taper that bends from the belly section gives the lure sufficient initial velocity.
Furthermore, each guide is set to prevent the line from choking suddenly. This reduces the phenomenon that tends to occur when making short casts with light force, where the choke guide creates resistance and prevents the line from coming out. The feeling of the lightweight rig flying smoothly and comfortably makes you forget that it is an H power rod.
In power finesse, which involves operating the rig through cover, for example, the branch of a bush itself moves, so this is especially true, but with a soft tip that is said to make it easier to handle lightweight lures, the rig does not move as much as expected. A firm tip is an advantage here as well. Not only will the vibrations be transmitted to the lure even with small shaking, but the vibrations of the lure will also be easily transmitted to your hand.
There are also various other benefits of setting a slightly smaller guide. Not only is it lighter, but it also moves the line closer to the blank and suppresses line play, which reduces trouble when using PE line, which is essential in modern power finesse, and also helps improve operability and sensitivity. There is.
The length of 6 feet 9 inches is the ultimate length for a power finesse rod that simultaneously ensures “accuracy of casting and operation” and “height of hooking point” necessary for cover capture, in other words, “lightness” and “power.” I think so. What’s more, by using Torayca®T1100G for the entire body, both of these features stand out even more, giving it a light feel that you wouldn’t expect from an H-power spinning rod.
Because of spinning, you can cast light lures even in the wind without worrying about backlash. Because of spinning, you can make a light lure fall without tension.
That’s why Power Finesse not only allows you to fish inside the cover by pitching, but also from a long distance, from a long distance, such as on rocks and bridge piers, where anyone can easily target big bass that are at the maximum alertness, or on the back where Lake Biwa’s Rokumaru lurk. It also shows its power when aiming for high shrimp. It has the advantage of being able to naturally drop a light and compact lure even into cover where it is difficult to hook (hang) the line.
As tackle evolves, anglers’ skills and fishing methods evolve as well. As anglers level up, new challenges arise, and tackle evolves to meet these challenges…
The challenge posed to catch big bass through the most rugged cover fishing ever. The castability and maneuverability of lightweight lures, and the power to pull big bass out of the cover…
Hide and Seek is a power finesse rod that overcomes these contradictory challenges and meets the demands of advanced anglers.
<Compatible lures & rigs>
●Compact cover jig ●Cover cat rig ●Leaderless down shot rig ●Light Texas rig ●High gravity worm no sinker etc…
  • ■ Blank
    A regular taper with a non-stagnation bend curve that uses carbon prepreg that uses high-strength, high-modulus carbon fiber “Torayca® T1100G” and “Nanoalloy® technology” for all layers from the tip to the butt. Demonstrates tremendous resilience.
  • “Trading Card® T1100G” & “Nanoalloy® Technology”
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    * “Torayka®” and “Nanoalloy® Technology” are registered trademarks of Toray Industries, Inc.
  • Quattro woven cloth
    The bat section uses Quattro woven cloth, which has a higher lamination density and thicker weave than conventional Quattro (4-axis) cloth. Strongly suppresses twisting and cracking of blanks.
  • ■ Guide system
    All guides use titanium frame SiC ring K guides.
    Number of guides: 10 (including top guide)
    Small-diameter multi-point setting based on the premise of using PE line that exhibits superiority in power finesse. By suppressing play in the line, it achieves high sensitivity while reducing the trouble of PE line wrapping around the guide.
    By intentionally not installing a clear choke guide, the guide will not create resistance even when casting with light force such as pitching, and the line will be released smoothly.
  • ■ Grip design (fore)
    In order to allow you to place your index finger in a free position when shaking, and even touch the blank directly, we have adopted a tapered winding check that is compact and minimizes the difference in height between the bat and reel seat.
  • ■ Grip design (reel seat center)
    Adopts slim reel seat Fuji VSS16. The cork shape is almost straight, allowing you to hold it firmly with your ring finger and little finger, as well as being able to hold it delicately without using too much force.
  • ■ Grip design (rear)
    Separate type designed for ease of use and light weight. The rear grip uses high-hardness EVA to achieve the excellent durability and balance unique to EVA material.
  • ■ Grip length

  • ■ Black design
    A black-based design with a slim and sharp impression. Among the combinations of black colors with different textures, the natural material cork makes the black texture stand out, creating a sense of luxury despite its simplicity.

  • ■Made in Japan
    This product is made in Japan. Click here (Grand Cobra Product Development Concept) for more information

    about our commitment to Made in Japan .

  • ■“National Fishing Rod Fair Trade Council” certified product
    Certificate of compliance with the contents and conditions of the National Fishing Rod Fair Trade Council based on the provisions of the Fair Competition Code for Labeling of Fishing Rods, which has been certified by the Fair Trade Commission and the Commissioner of the Consumer Affairs Agency. “Fishing Rod Fairness Mark” is printed.