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#11180661 - 10/23/15 09:03 AM Help with Shaky Head??
ChrisPowellFishing Offline
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Want to build some Confidence in a shaky head. heard they are a great Clean up bait. what shaky head Hooks do you guys use. I heard some are better than others. thanks
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#11180707 - 10/23/15 09:20 AM Re: Help with Shaky Head?? [Re: ChrisPowellFishing]
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Fairly easy to find locally and easy to use the Owner Shakey Ultrahead has proven itself as a quality jig head for me.
http://www.tacklewarehouse.com/Owner_Shakey_Ultrahead_4pk/descpage-OSUH.html
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#11180718 - 10/23/15 09:23 AM Re: Help with Shaky Head?? [Re: ChrisPowellFishing]
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Picasso Tungsten Shakedown

Shakey heads are my go-to bait for back of the boat fishing. They are, like you mentioned, a clean-up bait.
The Picasso Tungsten Shakedown is my favorite. The screw on the head is small so you can get the smallest bait possible on that head. Not to mention, it's Tungsten, so you'll feel everything on the bottom! Don't be afraid to throw a craw on there either!
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#11180760 - 10/23/15 09:38 AM Re: Help with Shaky Head?? [Re: ChrisPowellFishing]
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I have been using these.

http://www.tacklewarehouse.com/DL_Tackle_Original_Shakey_Head_4pk/descpage-DLORSHK.html

I like the owners as well but these are a $1 a pack cheaper and almost identical

Xcitebaits slim-x and roboworm fats are my baits of choice

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#11180768 - 10/23/15 09:41 AM Re: Help with Shaky Head?? [Re: ChrisPowellFishing]
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I like the spot remover shakey heads, I prefer the ones with out the cork screw but with the plug as I feel it takes longer to tear up the worm. They have good hooks and have worked well for me. Havent fished shakey head in awhile... maybe I need to get it back out
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#11180803 - 10/23/15 09:51 AM Re: Help with Shaky Head?? [Re: UTDmiller]
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Originally Posted By: UTDmiller
I like the spot remover shakey heads, I prefer the ones with out the cork screw but with the plug as I feel it takes longer to tear up the worm. They have good hooks and have worked well for me. Havent fished shakey head in awhile... maybe I need to get it back out


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#11180884 - 10/23/15 10:21 AM Re: Help with Shaky Head?? [Re: ChrisPowellFishing]
David Welcher Online   content
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Hard to beat Spot Removers,
And Walmart even carries them.

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#11181549 - 10/23/15 04:08 PM Re: Help with Shaky Head?? [Re: ChrisPowellFishing]
lizardfliper Offline
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Registered: 02/05/09
Posts: 279
The best advice has already been given. I like the owner and piccaso shakey heads. Piccasso is tungsten and the owner is lead. Both have great hooks. the spot remover will work in a bind and i have caught a ton of fish on them.

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#11181554 - 10/23/15 04:10 PM Re: Help with Shaky Head?? [Re: ChrisPowellFishing]
dupree123097 Offline
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Registered: 10/13/15
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Loc: Fort Worth,Texas
Omega shaky foots are hard to beat. Used to use big bite baits but had a giant straighten the hook. Never again
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#11185306 - 10/25/15 03:50 PM Re: Help with Shaky Head?? [Re: ChrisPowellFishing]
ChrisPowellFishing Offline
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Thanks for the great comments
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#11185487 - 10/25/15 04:38 PM Re: Help with Shaky Head?? [Re: ChrisPowellFishing]
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Loc: lubbock,tx
My home lake is all rocks. If your in rocks the bullet head on a Lucky Strike Hook is the way to stay out of trouble as best you can. Super Glue the worm to the head. If you ever start using super glue you will never stop because it works so well. Shaky Head is based on a floating worm. Throw your worm (as stated on the package FLOATING WORM) in a glass of water and see how well it floats. Most don't float. Good luck sir.
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#11185858 - 10/25/15 06:03 PM Re: Help with Shaky Head?? [Re: ChrisPowellFishing]
harvey walker Offline
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Registered: 01/24/12
Posts: 351
Loc: waco
What do y'all think is the best soft bait to put on one small, med, or large?


Edited by harvey walker (10/25/15 06:03 PM)

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#11186159 - 10/25/15 07:49 PM Re: Help with Shaky Head?? [Re: harvey walker]
ezbassin Offline
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Registered: 01/15/04
Posts: 12651
Loc: Mansfield, Tx.
Originally Posted By: harvey walker
What do y'all think is the best soft bait to put on one small, med, or large?


Depends on the size of the fish you are targeting and what the fish want on that day. I experiment until I get bit.
Trick worms, craw worms, baby brush hogs, rattle snakes, flukes etc.

I mostly use the Owners as well and get them at Academy. I started with the spot removers but didn't like them. For me, they got hung up all the time and I lost too many baits fishing them so I switched to the Owners.

I use these up to 1/4 oz. After that I use several different brands of heavy shaky heads and large baits.


Edited by ezbassin (10/25/15 07:51 PM)

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#11186215 - 10/25/15 08:14 PM Re: Help with Shaky Head?? [Re: ChrisPowellFishing]
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Registered: 09/15/14
Posts: 156
http://www.tacklewarehouse.com/OMTD_T-Power_Finesse_Tungsten_Jig_Heads/descpage-OMTDTPW.html

This is the one i use it hooks the fish well and hardly ever gets snagged.
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#11186348 - 10/25/15 09:14 PM Re: Help with Shaky Head?? [Re: ChrisPowellFishing]
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Registered: 08/16/05
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Loc: Fort Worth, Texas
The Owner shaky heads are really good. They have a centering pin which helps you screw the bait onto the jig head. And, even the smaller sizes, like 1/8 oz., have a 4/0 hook. Been using them about a year with good results.
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