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Are owner shakey heads any good? #13581766 06/04/20 12:46 AM
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I bought a pack of the 3/8 today, opened them up and they just flop over on my table. Went to a little pond down the street and put a worm on, seems like if there’s soft bottom it settles in and stands up OK. Which ones do you guys prefer?


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Re: Are owner shakey heads any good? [Re: Resh] #13581775 06/04/20 12:49 AM
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Originally Posted by Reshelman
I bought a pack of the 3/8 today, opened them up and they just flop over on my table. Went to a little pond down the street and put a worm on, seems like if there’s soft bottom it settles in and stands up OK. Which ones do you guys prefer?

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Originally Posted by Happykamper
Originally Posted by Reshelman
I bought a pack of the 3/8 today, opened them up and they just flop over on my table. Went to a little pond down the street and put a worm on, seems like if there’s soft bottom it settles in and stands up OK. Which ones do you guys prefer?

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Same here.


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Re: Are owner shakey heads any good? [Re: Resh] #13581888 06/04/20 01:56 AM
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They are very good...

Re: Are owner shakey heads any good? [Re: Resh] #13581896 06/04/20 02:05 AM
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Ok thanks guys, I’ll give them a go in the morning


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Re: Are owner shakey heads any good? [Re: Resh] #13581920 06/04/20 02:21 AM
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Very good shaky heads.
No brand will actually stand up for prolonged periods, unless they are designed with three points of ground contact (physics)


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I wish the hooks were a little stouter, but they are excellent otherwise


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Have at least one Owner Shaky head on the deck all the time.


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Re: Are owner shakey heads any good? [Re: Resh] #13581964 06/04/20 02:44 AM
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Been using them for 20 years, best around.

Re: Are owner shakey heads any good? [Re: CCTX] #13582303 06/04/20 12:39 PM
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Originally Posted by CCTX
Very good shaky heads.
No brand will actually stand up for prolonged periods, unless they are designed with three points of ground contact (physics)
....and you are using a worm that will float.

Re: Are owner shakey heads any good? [Re: Resh] #13582390 06/04/20 01:35 PM
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Ah yes, but don’t forget about the importance of fish striking lures on the fall, even subtle/minor falls .


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Re: Are owner shakey heads any good? [Re: Resh] #13582427 06/04/20 01:53 PM
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Anything except those POS spot removers. Those are the worst shaky heads I've ever used!


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Re: Are owner shakey heads any good? [Re: Resh] #13583250 06/04/20 10:48 PM
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Check out 6th Sense shaky heads. Good stuff!


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Re: Are owner shakey heads any good? [Re: Resh] #13583267 06/04/20 11:16 PM
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mbury21 here on the forum makes/sells a pretty dang good shakey head for fair pricing. Great finish, colors, premium hooks, solid baits.

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