Monday, February 26, 2024

Jackall Aska SR Crankbait Review Walker Smith


Jackall Aska SR Crankbait Review

Walker Smith

This crankbait has excellent deflection properties and a unique belly hook hanger

I put a lot of effort into testing all different types of crankbaits throughout the year. Everybody has their thing—some like rods and reels, others get all jacked up about swimbaits. I’m a bit different. I absolutely love a good crankbait. There’s nothing better than feeling your rod slowly load and feeling a few slow, heavy head shakes on the end of your line.

The crankbait bite is just now starting to develop in my area, which has given me an opportunity to spend a considerable amount of time with the Jackall Aska SR. I’ve been using the 50 series due to the coolder water temperatures and have become a really big fan of it. It’s a small crankbait, measuring only 2 inches and weighing just 1/4-ounce, which makes it an excellent choice when targeting especially finicky bass.

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