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The area I fish at is quite shallow about 1-2ft water because I fish at the bank so is it required to fish the flick shake with the whacky jig head? Or I can fish the bait weightless? I know I won't have the casting distance when fishing em weightless what's the best option I have? Whacky jig head, dropshot, split shot?

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I've used it wacky rigged on a drop shot before. It caught plenty of fish. Also use it on a small 1/16 wacky jig head.

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The wacky jig head is what the bait was meant to be used with. I have also had very good success dropshotting them also rigged wacky allowing the bait to presented off the bottom. The flickshakes are great finesse baits.

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You can use it without the jighead, they are quite heavy and capable of good distance.

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I used them on a wacky jig head, or dropshot rig. FWIW.... IMHO, they are expensive and semi fragile. They make gycb senkos seem cheap and durable lol. I have just as good, if not better results on a Zoom finesse/trick worm, and a real sleeper bait wacky rigged and what replaced the flick shake worms for me, is the Zoom swamp crawler.

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The area I fish at is quite shallow about 1-2ft water because I fish at the bank so is it required to fish the flick shake with the whacky jig head? Or I can fish the bait weightless? I know I won't have the casting distance when fishing em weightless what's the best option I have? Whacky jig head, dropshot, split shot?

 

In that situation I would just use a weightless Zoom swamp crawler instead of a Jackall bait. One to two feet of water does not give the bait much time to wiggle on the fall.

 

Allen

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 I bought a bag of these things at the Indy outdoor show last month.  I got home and looked at them and thought - too small to Texas rig.  Hmm..  So I guess I will have to use a small shaky head jig.  

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Ive t rigged em and wacky rigged. Both worked well. I bought some of the jackall flick shake heads and they are quite nice

not the most durable worms but they work darn good

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