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Looking for the best shaky head to fish in cover. Mainly wood but rock as well, so what's your favorite head style for this? While your here name your favorite trailer. Thanks

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I love my shakey heads, but never use them in cover.  For me, T-rig, jigs and weighted hooks all serve me much better in wood.  I like Sieberts Shakey heads and MegaStrikes, but I also use others.  My favorite plastic for them is Reins Swamp Movers. 

 

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10 minutes ago, Choporoz said:

For me, T-rig, jigs and weighted hooks all serve me much better in wood

I agree completely I just run into a lot of brush while fishing the shakyhead but not not always enough to make me wanna pick up another rod.

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This one with a magnum trick worm/finesse worm or rodent

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6 hours ago, Bluebasser86 said:

This one

Who makes it?

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4 minutes ago, riverbasser said:

Who makes it?

I do 😁

 

But Siebert has the EnRAGED shakey that is designed just for fishing in cover.

https://www.siebertoutdoors.com/EnRAGED-Shakey-1019.htm

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I looked at that and although I love my seiberts jigs this didn't look like a winner to me, I will have to try though. I wish I could talk Mike into making a shaky head out of his brush jig head. Thanks 

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Just now, riverbasser said:

I looked at that and although I love my seiberts jigs this didn't look like a winner to me, I will have to try though. I wish I could talk Mike into making a shaky head out of his brush jig head. Thanks 

It isn't hard to do, regular brush jig mold, screwlock in the weedguard hole with a spinnerbait skirt band to block the hole, pour away. I drag them through brush all winter.

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