Jackall built on the popular Aska and introduced two new sizes. What's unique is the baits all behave the same, but you're able as an angler to give the fish a bit different profile. It's more of a warm water square bill with a fiber circuit board lip with rounded but square shaped body and attachment points for hooks that eliminate a lot of the play in the hooks.
A cool new topwater from Jackall is the Boil Trigger. It's a jointed topwater that has a cupped mouth to work like a popper but also a hinged body that will lay over like a dead or dying baitfish on the surface. As you pop it, it gulps then turns over on it side and the tail lays over on the bait as it slowly rights itself back to normal.
They gave us a sneak peak of their prototype jerkbait/topwater combination. This bait seemed really cool to us in concept. Basically the bait floats and sits head up in the water with it's tail nearly straight down. Behind the lip on the underside of the body is a cupped area that will push and pop water. As you jerk it, the bait pops, then dives nose down then slowly comes back up to the surface with a slight shimmy. They are hoping it makes it stateside next season.
They also came up with a Glossy Shad swimbait. It's a very detailed bait. The tail leg is super thin giving it a good kick. It can also be fished on a drop shot rig. For guys fishing real clear water, it will be dynamite on a castable umbrella rig where that realism will come into play.