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What Are Some Good Shakey Head Jigheads?

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Megastrike Shake2. Trickworms, Roboworms, KVD Finesse Worms, Powerbait Shakeyworm, pretty much any worm you want to throw on.

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I like the megastrike heads as well. I have also had good luck with the picasso shakedown heads

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I pour my own heads and about the only plastic that I don't use occasionally on a shakyhead is a tube. For worms I like Zoom trick worms, finesse worms, and shaky worms as well as the Netbait Tmac and finesse worms. 

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MegaStrike ShakE2 jig heads

 

MegaStrike Tube Craw, MegaBug, GYCB Kut Tail, Rage Craw & Lobster

 

 

 

 

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Like Bluebasser86 I pour my own shaky heads and the worms I use on them are a 4.5" finesse worm, a 5" finesse worm and a few different craws and larger worms. Of the larger worms that I really like, the Stanley Sidewinder 5.5" is my favorite, it doesn't get talked about much but in stained water it is hard to beat.

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Arkie U-bolt ballhead matched with strike 3x worm unbeatable shakyhead setup

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I really like the VMC Rugby heads, they are kind of a hybrid between a round and football head, plus they have an offset EWG hook which I like a LOT better than any of the spring and or barb type bait keepers on most shakey heads. Like Bluebasser86, I fish just about every plastic I own on them.

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I hammer smallmouths in the river using 6" zoom Lizards in green pumpkin or 6" bass pro green pumpkin/magic pearl.  My most confident plastic setup I use.  I used to throw carolina/texas rigs with Lizards but the shaky head presentation is much better, at least for me. I catch them year round with this setup.

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Not exactly a shaky head, but most of the time I use Charlie Brewer slider heads.  Chompers makes a kind of wedge head in a variety of sizes that work ok for me.  These have a spring coming out of the top of the head.  I have a variety of other brands, of those the ones I use most often have the spring coming out of the top of the head.

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Strike King ball & football jigheads in 1/8th oz. easy to find - a little harder to find but still very good are offerings from Gambler and Spot Remover .

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Owner Ultra Head shakey heads with NetBait T-Mac worms, fantastic combo. 

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A little known tackle company called D&L Tackle makes a traditional and football head. They're both awesome and very inexpensive.

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I just use some bps jigheads with a 60° line tie and 3/0 hook. They are dirt cheap. I was using all different kinds of shakey heads and it just chaffed me to spend that kind of money on the jigheads.

I use these with zoom trick worms normally. I like the elaztech worms when the bite is tough/ water is clear.

Roboworms too.

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I like these shakeyheads http://www.siebertoutdoors.com/Zenith-Shake-Head-436.htmbecause the can be fished in any was I choose. They have durn near replaced the t-rig.

 

I usually throw a variety of plastics on them but the top three producers are a Zoom finesse worm, a Zoom 4" dead ringer, and a R.I. smallie beaver.

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