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Today i got some zoom 4in finesse worms and strike king shakey head jig heads. The shakey heads have a very long spike and the finesse worm seem to be almost too small for the spike it rips somewhat. Any ideas should i try a bigger worm? or different way to rig? I caught a 15 in bass on anyway and it nearly swallowed the bait. any ideas? ;D Also what weight size do you recommened for that size worm

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You can trim the spike with a file if you want too. I use the zoom worms all the time but use a Spotsticker Baits shaky head never tried the strike kings.

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Go with longer 6-inch + finesse worm, too.

3/16 shaky jig head.  ;)

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These are my favorite kind of shakey heads. I prefer them over the screw lock type. 4" might be a tad small tough. Try a 6" or bite of an inch or two and it should be O.k. as it will be thicker.

I use 1/8 oz. whever I can get away with it.

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I like the Bagley shakey heads in 3/16 oz.  They done have the spike like other brands.  They have more of a collar that prevents the worm from sliding down.  These are the best ones I have used so far.

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I use Zoom Finesse worms on Buckeye Lures Spot Remover 3/16 heads with no problems. I agree you should use a longer worm. I like the new Zoom magnum shakey head worms in watermelon seed.

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