They wobble and breathe on the water surface.Imitating the baits that seem to be breathing on the water surface in harbors, rivers, as well as the floating minnows in the shallow-range capture,
we developed these minnows to aim at targets, being aware of the "surface-range" and "sub-surface range".
These minnows are Borabress. Their appeal is their ultra-dead slow way of swimming, while showing their mouths above the water surface,
making a waddle and undertow. In addition, they are capable of performing the advanced "head-float breathing action" by switching on their predation mode.
It is achieved in the following way. By repeating "stop-and-go" motion on the surface and sub-surface, they dive into the water,
followed by floating up by raising their heads. Their water ducts that discharge the air and water from their open mouths and
gills to reproduce the way of breathing, succeeds in producing the real sense of life, not only by their action, but also by the sound and the water flow.
To further enhance the sense of life, they are also equipped with the gimmicks of the moveable eyeballs. The water coming from the mouth,
move the eyeballs slightly and "flash" the target of the under angle to attract its attention.
Furthermore, as the minnows capable of being made to swim at about 20cm below the water surface in a dead-slow motion and of
"medium retrieval", they made the record of high bite rate. Even moving at an ultra-dead-slow manner, they can engage in action
and thrive in "night game". In spite of the fact that they weigh about 8g , they maintain their stress-free flying distance
by their total center of gravity in their rear.