Creating both big noise and big splash, the Jackall Binksy is a shallow cup topwater popper with an attached blade and rear prop for even more noise and fish-attracting flash.
Offered in six colors, the 2-3/4 inch lure features a hidden feathered hook that can serve as bite indicator.
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Being an absolute topwater nut.
I do know its a fickle summer bite. Without exactly the right lure, a hot bite can turn off in an instant.
But if you have it dialed in, it’s possible to catch some of the biggest bags of the year while others struggle to hook one.
I put my confidence in Jackall topwater baits exclusively – not only do they have great hooks and premium finishes, but each of the lures in their lineup is custom designed to fit a particular niche.
Plus I’ve even have had the oppor-tunity to fish the new Jackall Binksy, a big noise, big splash popper that Jackall will have out later this summer.
I’m making room for them in my tackle boxes already.
When it’s slick calm, I tend to favor the SK-Pop Grande, a popper with a deeply cupped mouth that’s just slightly bigger than many of the other poppers you’ll find in tackle shops.
An-other advantage for me when using a Jackall SK-Pop Grande – you can also be sure that most of the competition isn’t fishing anything like it.
Increasingly, though, I find myself reaching for the Boil Trigger 100, a skinny five-inch jointed popper/pencil bait with a shallow cupped face.
You can walk it, you can pop it, and it oozes action the whole way back to the boat.
If you would ask me my favorite, I’d probably go with the Jackall Binksy a 4plus inch body that even my kids can use to walk the dog. It’s the ultimate strike provoking bait, and talk about being seriously loud.
I use it any time there’s a ripple on the surface be-cause it calls fish out of 20 feet of wa-ter to come and destroy it. When they attack, they invariably get hooked on at least one of the three razor sharp trebles.
To properly work the Jackall Binksy, I use a G. Loomis GLX 894C casting rod, but for the smaller lures, you need a softer rod like the G.Loomis NRX 853C to make longer casts.
I pair the GLX rod with the Shimano Curado K and a Chronarch MGL HG on the NRX. Have fun!