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Shakey Head Worm #10613960 02/12/15 06:51 PM
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Questions for those of you that fish with a shakey head: 1) what is your favorite worm to fish on a shakey head jig? 2) do you ever use the little 4" drop shot worms on a shakey head? I haven't had much luck with the shakey head technique and am not sure why. Have watched several youtube videos that show how to work it. Am thinking maybe I'm not using a worm that the fish like.

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...Hags F5 tornado....good colors for me: chartreuse pepper, Green pumpkin dipped tail in spike it chartreuse, watermelon/chartreuse, California red. Nope I don't use 4" worms for shaky...these float all day...Also, E2 baits needle worm...chartreuse pepper, green pumpkin...these flat out float all day and give action with small shakes of the rod tip...

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I throw a Zoom Mag Finesse worm on it. They make a 5" and a 7". I usually stick with the 5" because its big enough. My favorite color is Junebug for day and night.


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Originally Posted By: CarlosRivera
...Hags F5 tornado....good colors for me: chartreuse pepper, Green pumpkin dipped tail in spike it chartreuse, watermelon/chartreuse, California red. Nope I don't use 4" worms for shaky...these float all day...Also, E2 baits needle worm...chartreuse pepper, green pumpkin...these flat out float all day and give action with small shakes of the rod tip...


+1 on both Hag's and E2!!! Tommy makes an excellent ring style bait and for those times you want a smaller profile Howard's Needle Worms are excellent as well! thumb

Re: Shakey Head Worm [Re: SlowDown] #10613984 02/12/15 07:04 PM
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1/8 owner shaky head

Robowom in Arons magic

10 lb Flouro leader about 4- 5 foot long tied to 14 lb braid, St Croix Premier ML Spinning Rd, Shimano Saros 2500 reel,


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Thanks to all for your replies. Bass Bug, I have that exact worm, Roboworm 6" Aaron's Magic, that I use on a drop shot rig. So, I guess this is a case where a worm that's used on a drop shot is also used on a shakey head jig. I will try it and have made notes on the other worms recommended, i.e. Hags F5 tornado, E2 Baits needleworm, Howards Needleworm, and others.

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The best shakey head I've found



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This is the best worm for this application. However, I've found Roboworms and Zoom Finesse worms work well too.


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double zz 4" shaker. I have colors that I like, but I bet most of them will catch fish. I try to keep my color choices simple.



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Whatever you do,,, do NOT try a Hightail Holeshot by kicker fish...... It could cause injuries to your wrist / arm area...

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Grandebass rattlesnakes just pick a color.

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Grandebass rattle snake and baby snake....#1 favorite... Trophy Hunter,
Other good colors, Watermelon/red, chartruce pepper, Mineola falls, motor oil, blue fleck, green pumpkin etc.

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Originally Posted By: atx bassin
Grandebass rattlesnakes just pick a color.


Was wondering about those. Seems like they would work great on shakey, drop shot and carolina


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Have had pretty good luck with zoom speed craws to


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Reaction innovation flirt and grandebass rattle snake only two you need


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Re: Shakey Head Worm [Re: jcarring99] #10614950 02/13/15 01:22 AM
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Originally Posted By: atx bassin
Grandebass rattlesnakes just pick a color.


Was wondering about those. Seems like they would work great on shakey, drop shot and carolina


A chartruce rattle snake is my "go to" bait for a C-rig, second choice is the same bait in watermelon/red.

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