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Jackall Flick Shake worm.

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i did try them since i do well with wacky rigging....They didnt produce for me at all,  back to the Senko style bait i went....and caught fish

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Great action wacky rigged but they easily get tore up.

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These worms are awesome for finesse presentations. They are as durable as most soft plastics. Get some 1/8 oz shakey head jigs and you should be able to produce numbers when the fish have lock jaw. Wacky rigged works, but I tend to go with a standard presentation. Awesome product IMO.

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I wouldn't compare them to a senko style worm. They are a finesse worm. Thin and soft. Lots of movement in these worms. I tried them some at the end of this summer and early fall with a wacky jig head and I caught quite a few fish, nothing huge. I found it very effective around docks, edges of weeds, and isolated laydowns and bushes.

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they kind of look like a senko/finesse worm hybrid. Kind of expensive too.

                         -gk

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A Flick Shake worm on a 1/16th oz. wacky jig head was my best producing fineese bait this past year.

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How do they compare to Berkley hand pour finesse worms or Zoom trick worms?

I'm considering using them on shakey heads and on wacky jigs this summer.

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