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Mr Lee has introduced the ZERO TWO BEAT in his blog.


Mr Lee is O.S.P Pro staff in Korea. He has introduced the ZERO TWO BEAT in his blog. Check it please.


Matsumura claimed 1st at the K’s tournament!

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K’s cup tournament sponsored by BMC was held on 25th Sept. at Lake Kasumigaura.

60 Kasumigaira and Tonegawa local anglers fished this tournament.

O.S.P pro staff Hiroshi Matsumura claimed 1st with 3 fish 4320g.

He caught 1600g kicker with rubber jig and Do-Live Shad 3.5.

And another kicker was caught with Blitz EX-DR.

He was the only person to brought over 4kg and got that title.

※BMC (Big Mouth Club) is a local tournament organization holding event around Lake Kasumigaura and Tonegawa with experienced anglers. K’s is a famous fishing tackle shop at Sahara Chiba Pref.

New Item Information “DoLiveStick SPEC2 Non-Salt model”


Perch fishing in Paris by Agogué Olivier

September is usually a busy month with many birthdays, first day of school for kids and many other family stuff… therefore I have less time for fishing and I can only make tiny-sessions of 1 hour maximum during my lunch break or on my way back home after work.

I take advantage of it to go fishing unknown places et some of them are promising, specially on perches which are very difficult to locate at the moment. Indeed, Paris is full of baitfishs but perches are not near the shore hunting. I have to fish with long casts as they are in the middle in the river.

Nevertheless, the O.S.P softbaits always takes care to kink them, for my biggest happiness. Like this fish caught on a brand new spot thanks to my Dolive Stick 3.5 ” rigged on a 5gr Jig Head and livened up by small twitches in the current level with the bottom.


Whether it is at lunch time or at the end of the day, fishes are scattered and susceptible to be in all layers of water. Indeed, I caught fishes as well by fishing on the bottom that by fishing in middle-water and sometimes at the beginning of the descent of the bait.

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When I manage to find a shoal of fishes, if I catch one or two, others get scared and don’t bite anymore event taking care of releasing the fishes severla meters away. The solutiopn was to use a Dunk 48 SP (color Real Perch) to irritate them and incite them to bite again.

The animation is rather simple, you need to vary ! Sometimes with slow retrieve, sometimes with middle speed retrieve with stops and tiny twitches.

They can’t resist long to an O.S.P bait !

Agogué Olivier

Matsumura and Kimusho finished 2nd at WBS 2016 final.


Hiroshi Matsumura and Kimusho are both pro staff of O.S.P. They fished W.B.S.2016 series final held on 17th,18th and finished 2nd.

They both jumped up for qualification of W.B.S. classic.

Hayakawa claimed 2nd at NAB 2nd match


Narita Airport Basser (NAB) 21 tournament 2nd (substitute for cancelled match) was held on 18th Sept. O.S.P pro staff Junichi Hayakawa claimed 2nd with 3 fish 2850g.

The detail of the event is on the website of NAB21.


Tournament Result

Takahara won NBC chapter 5th and finished 2nd of 2016 ranking

NBC chapter Kanagawa 5th was held at Lake Ashinoko on 11th Sept. O.S.P pro staff Takahara won with 3 fish 6020g. And he became 2nd of NBC chapter 2016 ranking.

Hayashi became the winner of NBC chapter Nojiri 5th and finished 2nd of 2016 ranking

NBC chapter Nagano 5th was held at Lake Nojiri on 11th Sept. O.S.P pro staff Kodai Hayashi won with 3 fish 3086g. And he became 2nd of NBC chapter 2016 ranking only 5p short from 1st.


Kawakami finished 2nd at NBC chapter Yamanaka and got A.O.Y.title.

NBC chapter Yamanaka 4th was held at Lake Yamanaka on 11th Sept. O.S.P pro staff Noriyoshi Kawakami finished 2nd with 1 fish 840g. And he became A.O.Y. of NBC Yamanaka chapter 2016. Congrats!

Kazuki Orikane aka Orikin became the A.O.Y. of H-1 Grand prix 2016


H-1 Grand Prix final was held on 11th Sept at Lake Tsukui. O.S.P pro staff Kazuki Orikane aka Orikin became the A.O.Y. of H-1 Grand prix 2016.

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Magical rocking!



Been a while since my last report, so let me first apologize before starting.

Sorry yall:).

Now with the formality out of the way, let me dive in to the good stuff!

Boy have i found paradise! Let me tell you. Until recently, I thought I needed to drive north 5hours To find some decent rockfish hunting grounds. I couldn’t have been more wrong! Just a short hours drive from tokyo , I found some of the most premeir grouper hunting grounds found in japan.

Not that there were any super monsters locked away there , but they are in there thick and ready to explode on a well placed texas rig!

I started the day using a 3゛DoLive craw on a #1/0 offset hook and weighted down with a 1oz bullet sinker and didn’t need to change my lure selection the whole day. Selection stayed simple because every grouper being caught were regergitating small crabs and shrimp! I don’t want to brag to much so i’m going to stop right here, but if your looking for some fun fishing close to tokyo, check out this guide service right here:http://mera-matsueimaru.com/

They will put you on the fish!

Until next time! Tight lines,

Jay Ferris

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