Jackall Rolls out a Hybrid Bladebait Called the Gargle
Introduction: Jackall introduces a new hybrid bait called the Gargle that
has elements of both a spinnerbait and buzzbait and is designed to be retrieved
near the surface creating fish attracting commotion. In addition to this new
hybrid wire bait the company expands their TN line with a new 50 class that is
ideal for ice fishing.
Buzz/Spinner Bait: Is it a spinnerbait, a buzzbait, or maybe a bit of both?
With bass-attracting sound
from its blade and flexible wire construction design, the new Jackall Gargle is
neither a true buzzbait nor spinnerbait, but designed to be an innovative new
lure style that creates a significant disturbance and bubble trail to create
fish-catching topwater commotion.
will be offered in six fish-attracting colors: Black Back Chartreuse, Chartreuse
Back Pearl, Chartreuse Tail Gill, Hasu Silver, Killer White and Midnight Black,
the Gargle weighs in at 3/8-ounces. Its flexible wire arm enhances casting
distance to cover plenty of water and also contributes to increased hookup
ratios. The free-swinging blade is modeled after a plopper-style tail. The
Gargle will retail for $9.99, and will be available at tackle shops in late
Lipless Crankbait: Expanding its TN lipless crankbait line-up, the new
Jackall Lures TN50 is sized for both bass anglers and the growing trend in using
lipless cranks for ice fishing.
The TN50's ‘Tungsten Mouth
System’ on the outside lip enables the bait to swim level at the slowest
retrieves when fishing pressure calls for a more finesse approach and also
stands straight up on the bottom. The body design combined with the tungsten
mouth provide for long casts and the ability to cover more water quickly and
The 2-inch TN50 weighs in at 3/8-ounces, is offered in the same eight colors as
the larger TN60 and TN70 lipless cranks – Purple Chartreuse, RT Holo Bluegill,
RT Scale Minnow, RT Escape Craw, HL Black & Gold, SG Threadfin, Spawn Tiger and
Black Chartreuse, along with TN50-only colors including Pink Tiger, Static
Shock, Sprinkle Wagasaki and Money.
The specific colors are primarily attractive for the ice-fishing market, where
Shimano product managers collaborated with Jackall designers to offer within its
growing line-up of Shimano and G. Loomis ice rods and Shimano ice combos. The
new TN50 lures will retail for $14.99, and will also be available at tackle
shops in late August later this year.