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x2 on the e2's.

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don't know if they are the best but I use the football head BassPro shakey gigs. Decent price, good hook, football head stops it from rolling over a bit...no complaints

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Those E2s shown above look better hahaha

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That head has been around for a long time, its the finteck knuckleball. Its to bad to see someone ripping off souch an original design

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That head has been around for a long time, its the finteck knuckleball. Its to bad to see someone ripping off souch an original design

Huh? Two very different heads, LOL

ac173_nbo_text.jpg

ShakE2_lg.jpg

I mean, its not even close.  ::)

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I like the pro model spot removers...have not had much of a problem with them yet..sometimes get hung up on rocks but pop out of snags fairly easily...they sit up on the bottom beautifully as well...usually throw them with a chompers drop shot worm or a strike king 3x finesse worm

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That head has been around for a long time, its the finteck knuckleball. Its to bad to see someone ripping off souch an original design

Huh? Two very different heads, LOL

ac173_nbo_text.jpg

ShakE2_lg.jpg

I mean, its not even close. ::)

Not the jig I was talking about, the post above mine talked about the whopper baits nuckleball, its a knock off of the fintech jig

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The whoppers just imroved on the incredibly crappy hook of the Fintech's. I loved the originial knuckball but the hooks just fla out sucked.

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I've become a big fan of the Picassos Shakedown Shaky head. The paint on the head will with stand any kind of beating at all. The hooks are really sharp just a great head all around. ;)

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The whoppers just imroved on the incredibly crappy hook of the Fintech's. I loved the originial knuckball but the hooks just fla out sucked.

Agreed on that, the hook is not that great. they were originally designed to be a walleye bait though I believe, at least thats what there main use is up here, and eyes fight like a drowned rag.

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eyes fight like a drowned rag.

x2 ~ ;D :D ;D

btw - I am really excited about feeding your hair jigs to a few smb.

;)

A-Jay

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eyes fight like a drowned rag.

x2 ~ ;D :D ;D

btw - I am really excited about feeding your hair jigs to a few smb.

;)

A-Jay

Im really excited to.... but won't get the chance to do it till the end of May now.... stupid closed seasons

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You guys prefer smaller baits (3"-4") or larger (5"-7") for "shakeying?  I know to "let the fish tell you" what they want, but just as a general rule.....

Alan (bassnajr)

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I generally start out smaller, but depending on conditions (like fall) I will throw 6-8" baits

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You guys prefer smaller baits (3"-4") or larger (5"-7") for "shakeying? I know to "let the fish tell you" what they want, but just as a general rule.....

Alan (bassnajr)

4" to 6" baits. I like them to be skinny, and they must float.

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I usually make my own shakey jigs. I use the Do-It mold with a mustad hook. I know this is just my opinion, but I think mustad far outperforms gamakatsu.

As for worms, I like a Zoom finesse worm or shakey head worm(pin type worm) as my first choices, then I will go to something else if I need to, but most of the time I will go through five or six green pumpkin finesse worms without batting an eyelash. I have had luck with other colors, sizes, etc, but that womr is almost guanranteed money maker any time of year.

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I "ROLL" my own.  1/16 thru 1/2 oz with Owner hooks and stainless screw lock.  Have never found anything better and have tried several brands.

Kelley

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