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Large worms #13192271 06/21/19 03:51 PM
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Looking for a large worm 8-10 inches that floats to put on a Shakey Head.
Other than smash tech. They are apparently super backlogged. Thanks for your help.

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This thread has some good suggestions
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The Kickerfish Hightail can still be found at a few stores, but Kickerfish closed their doors a couple years ago.


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Any recommendations at Academy anybody ?

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8" E2 Needle Worm is a good big worm for shakey heads.

We've been using a 10" Mister Twister Hang 10 on Fork and smoking them on Shakey heads.

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Originally Posted by Sinkey
8" E2 Needle Worm is a good big worm for shakey heads.

We've been using a 10" Mister Twister Hang 10 on Fork and smoking them on Shakey heads.

What color ?

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The Hang 10 and the 12 inch mag buzz are great--Clent Davis won the FLW cup using these.


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Originally Posted by W.BROWNING
Originally Posted by Sinkey
8" E2 Needle Worm is a good big worm for shakey heads.

We've been using a 10" Mister Twister Hang 10 on Fork and smoking them on Shakey heads.

What color ?


Red bug, Plum, or Cranapple. All 3 will get you bit.

And like Collincountytx said above. Don't forget about the 12" buzz worm by MT as well. Same colors as above.

https://texasfishingforum.com/forum...er-twister-hang-10s-hammers#Post13184289

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Originally Posted by Sinkey
8" E2 Needle Worm is a good big worm for shakey heads.

We've been using a 10" Mister Twister Hang 10 on Fork and smoking them on Shakey heads.


Why a shakey head rather than just plain ol Texas rig? I throw them but usually lighter line and smaller baits.


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Agree with big perm. But I cant find them anywhere

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If anyone knows of a sight that has them please let me know. Dont worry, not close enough to Fork so you guys can give me some good info

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Originally Posted by Sinkey
Originally Posted by W.BROWNING
Originally Posted by Sinkey
8" E2 Needle Worm is a good big worm for shakey heads.

We've been using a 10" Mister Twister Hang 10 on Fork and smoking them on Shakey heads.

What color ?


Red bug, Plum, or Cranapple. All 3 will get you bit.

And like Collincountytx said above. Don't forget about the 12" buzz worm by MT as well. Same colors as above.

https://texasfishingforum.com/forum...er-twister-hang-10s-hammers#Post13184289



I thought Cranapple was the early name for what now is called Red bug. Are they different colors? Plumb was the reddish color plastic with blue glitter in it and Cranapple was the reddish color plastic with green glitter in it, but that was many years ago.

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