How Kanama reduces smart bait loss during use through product design

Hello everyone! In our previous blog posts, we addressed some safety and reliability concerns related to using smart bait. Today, we would like to further address any reservations you may have about using smart bait.


1. Choosing the Right Mainline Strength

To ensure the safety of your catch, we recommend selecting a mainline with sufficient strength when using smart bait. Opting for a robust mainline with a strength greater than that of the leader line can effectively prevent breakage due to the pull of large fish or obstacles such as rocks. This way, even when facing significant resistance, the mainline remains intact.

2. Matching Hook and Leader Line Strength

To enhance system stability, we suggest choosing a hook and leader line with matched strength, ensuring they can withstand similar forces. This approach minimizes the risk of losing the hook when facing strong pulls.

3. Secure Retrieval of Smart Bait

The unique design of smart bait allows for safe retrieval even if the hook and leader line are severed. As long as the mainline remains intact, the smart bait can be securely recovered. The product's sturdy tail is equipped with a reliable threading hole, allowing you to use an independent leader line. In case of unforeseen circumstances, you can retain the smart bait without risking significant tackle loss.

4. Advantages of Underwater Usage

Smart bait is specifically designed for insertion into the fish's abdomen, featuring a smooth surface that prevents entanglement with underwater obstacles. This design enables the smart bait to navigate complex underwater environments smoothly, reducing the impact of underwater obstacles and increasing flexibility, ultimately enhancing the chances of successful catches.

In conclusion, our commitment is to provide you with a pleasant and effortless fishing experience. If you have any further questions or need assistance, feel free to reach out to our customer service team. Thank you for your support, and we look forward to sharing more fishing joys with you!

Analyze why smart fishing bait is not easy to lose under normal use 


As shown in the picture, A is the main line connected to the fishing rod, B is the sub-line connected to the fishhook (the hook will hook on the bait fish and has the greatest interaction force with the target fish), and C is the sub-line connected to the smart bait (smart The bait will be put into the belly of the bait fish, and the interaction force with the target fish will be minimal).

For A

A has withstood all the tensile force, but as long as a wire with greater strength than B is selected, A will not break easily.

For B

When the target fish bites the bait fish, since the interaction force between B and the target fish is the largest, B almost bears the pulling force of all the sub-lines. If B is constant, the target fish will be caught successfully; if B is broken and the hook is lost, it can be regarded as a loss, which is a common thing that happens in fishing. However, this relatively common loss will not lead to the loss of smart bait.

For C

When B loses its function, the target fish may pull on C. Since C is placed smoothly in the belly of the bait fish, the interaction force with the target fish is very small. The pulling force on C will not be too great, so it is not easy to break. Smart baits tend to slip or be thrown out of the bait fish, and thus also come out of the target fish's mouth, so the smart baits are less likely to be lost.


Smart fishing bait is not easy to lose if used correctly. If it is lost, it can be regarded as accidental or normal loss, but the probability of this loss is much smaller than that of losing a fishing hook. 


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Happy fishing!
Kanama Team


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