Jackall Aska SR Crankbait
One of the most advanced crankbaits to hit the market in some time, the Jackall Aska 60 SR was painstakingly designed and fine-tuned over a 5-year period by legendary lure designer, Seiji Kato. Perfect for pressured conditions, it is a silent runner with a precisely engineered fiberglass (circuitboard) square bill that provides it with a unique vibration and incredible deflection capabilities. The Aska’s internal balancing weight also allows it to track correctly almost immediately after deflections, and helps keep it centered and snag-free as it moves through cover.
Its slender body gives it a fast wobbling and rolling action, and its belly hook keeper features reinforced edges to keep the belly hook pinned closer to the center for better hooking capabilities and fewer snags. The modified hook keeper also allows you to add a larger hook without the hook snagging on the lip or rear treble. Available in a variety of detailed color options, the Jackall Aska 60 SR shallow-running, square-bill crankbait offers advanced performance you can’t find anywhere else.
|Aska 50 SR||2"||1/4oz||3-4ft||Floating|
|Aska 60 SR||2.5"||3/8oz||3-4ft||Floating|
|Aska 70 SR||3"||5/8oz||3-4ft||Floating|
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Comments: Best squarebill on the market. I burn these thru weeds, timber & across flats with no problems. They also work really well in river systems along riprap
From: Clint: Diamond Valley, CA 4/19/15
Comments: August 21, 2013 I have had more than one opportunity to fish the bronze green Aska I have, and it has been a productive, tight rolling-wobbling crank that runs down 2-3ft on 12# mono. With its lively action, rattles really aren't needed, especially for the pressured lakes where I fish. Hooks are exceptionally sharp; I know by experience. Had an 18" LM well hooked and when it flopped as I tried to remove the hook, it stuck in my finger past the barb in a flash. So, it not only catches fish, it does a pretty good job on fishermen as well. Aska has been a confidence lure for me. I know I will catch something when it's tied on. Got 2 in the 15" size today.
From: Ed: Champaign, IL.
Comments: These square bills really are on another level, awesome! I haven't gotten to fish mine yet cause all bass are spawning down here in south Georgia, but in a couple weeks these are going to be my main bait off some shallow points or right around beds as bass are starting to move off. First things I noticed is how detailed the color schemes and little things are right down to the split rings. Colors that TW shows in the pictures are 100% spot on to how they look in real life, or at least the bb/chart, purp/chart, brnz/grn shad, craw and super craw look exactly like they do in the pictures. I ordered one 50 size and thank god that's it, cause they are TINY, from now on I'm sticking to the 60 and 70 size cause those are the money sizes! Great job Jackall, can't wait to see what's next!
From: GeorgiaBassin': SoGa
Comments: Always loved jackall's lineup of hardbaits and this is another good product by jackall. As with all jackall baits, these come equipped with owner st36 trebles which are premium hooks. Only wish they made this in a rattlin model and with a weight transfer system for better casting. Until they do, my top squarebills are the lucky craft rc lineup (now replaced with lc lineup). The aska is not a bad bait and makes a good alternative bait for sweeping shallow water.
From: deltafrog: Cal Delta
Comments: FAVORITE crank !!! I just got my 50's and 70's cant wait to throw them in the spring time !!! Worth every penny.
From: Peter: Cleveland, Ohio
Comments: When nothing else works, this is what you tie on. Purple and chartreuse find the biggest largemouth and smallies in the area. Jackall rocks
From: Greg: AL
Comments: sorry...not even CLOSE to the EG Combat crank. Two different baits. This one rocks! Well, so does the Combat!
From: A guy: a place
Comments: Fishes just like an evergreen combat, boom!
From: Gspot: thelakehomes
Comments: a totally sick little crankbait. Comes through the junk like a champ. Great hooks. They dont hang up.
From: Meatwad: deflecting
Comments: Great wobble. Deflects amazingly. Hooks never catch. A winner and worth the extra coin. Great components as well. Buy.
From: Chris: Los Angeles, CA