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YES!!!!

Try them. Great success on rivers, lakes and ponds.

Use a spinning rig with 6-pound flouro line.

Use a shaky head jig head and a shaky head worm or a trick worm.

Fish like a Texas rigged worm.

You will be surprised at the results.  ;)

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The main difference is that the bait stands up. Get yourself

some 3/8 oz Shak-e2 jig heads and 6 1/2" GYCB Kut-Tail and

Rage Tail Lobsters...Killer combinations!

http://shake2jigs.com/

8-)

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I have found success with the shakey head.  You really need to try it, I like using straight tail Roboworms.

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Very subtle presentation when compared to a Texas rig usually smaller weights are involved and lighter lines, it is defiantly a numbers bait but will also catch big fish I fish a tournament every Wednesday night from 5.30 to 8.30 3 fish limit tournament we had the big string for the year last year with 11.93lbs all caught on a Sneed Products shaky head and worm.  

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The main difference is that the bait stands up. Get yourself

some 3/8 oz Shak-e2 jig heads and 6 1/2" GYCB Kut-Tail and

Rage Tail Lobsters...Killer combinations!

http://shake2jigs.com/

8-)

X2

I like the 3/16 oz. with a Ragetail Lizard. Sounds unusual but it works!

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The main difference is that the bait stands up. Get yourself

some 3/8 oz Shak-e2 jig heads and 6 1/2" GYCB Kut-Tail and

Rage Tail Lobsters...Killer combinations!

http://shake2jigs.com/

8-)

X2

I like the 3/16 oz. with a Ragetail Lizard. Sounds unusual but it works!

On Kentucky Lake for sure but has it held up for you?

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The shakey head can be a great fish to get those finicky fish into biting.

    My favorite shakey head is the Buckeye Lures Spot Remover 1/4 oz.  My favorite worm is Roboworm Zipper Shakin' worm in Aaron's Magic color.

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The main difference is that the bait stands up. Get yourself

some 3/8 oz Shak-e2 jig heads and 6 1/2" GYCB Kut-Tail and

Rage Tail Lobsters...Killer combinations!

http://shake2jigs.com/

8-)

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I like the 3/16 oz. with a Ragetail Lizard. Sounds unusual but it works!

On Kentucky Lake for sure but has it held up for you?

What didn't work on Kentucky lake?

Works here too.

So far some decent males. Lots of nips from gills though.

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Im new when it comes to "shakey head" also,  and i got plenty of shakey jigs including two packs of the Shake2 jigs... My question.. (i guess for confidence)... is the hooks always seem too small compared my t-rig. Is it just me? Are the far enough up on the plastic? Also, when is it better to shakey instead of t-rig because im addictied to it and need to get confidence to throw a shakey head over just a texas rig.

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dont be afraid of the hooks! they will catch the fish dont u worry... my personal best (9.6 lbs) came on a 1/8oz shakey jig and zoom finesse worm on 6lb test.. the proof is certainly in the pudding haha ;)

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Like others have said, the main difference between the 2 are that the shakey head offers the worm at a more vertical position and the Texas rig offers it at a horizontal. Texas rigs is more of a swimming or dragging or pick up and settle retrieve.Shakey head is a sit and shake. I used to do it years ago when i was little and i didn't even know. I used to take dads Creme Scoundrels and feed a Jig Head through the worm like you would a grub. Worked real good on rocky bottoms. Got hung up a lot with the exposed hook, but caught fish too. Today's shakey heads are virtually weedless and snag less(but i always find a way ). I like spot removers the best. Shakey2 are OK in my book, just a lot of lead in the head for me. I like a smaller profile head. I like the spikes better than the Pig tails and corkscrews too. On thicker worms they release the worm on bite and you don't have all that plastic between the hook and the fish. I like the flat head on the spot remover really well. That thing stands up anywhere. the shakey2 stands up very well also, but like i said i like a smaller profile head. As far as the worms too use, i like about all of them. Zoom trick worm probably my favorite. Roboworms are great as well. Has definitely been my Number 1 bait this year.

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I like the flat head on the spot remover really well. That thing stands up anywhere.

I never cared for the Spot remover as because it had the flat bottom it would fall over on anything but a sandy bottom. And because of that you couldn't drag it (otherwise the worm would fall over), forcing you to hop it (only). Am I the only one with this experience? Less with floating worms but it still would happen.

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I like the flat head on the spot remover really well. That thing stands up anywhere.

I never cared for the Spot remover as because it had the flat bottom it would fall over on anything but a sandy bottom. And because of that you couldn't drag it (otherwise the worm would fall over), forcing you to hop it (only). Am I the only one with this experience? Less with floating worms but it still would happen.

Im not so much dragging it. Ill shake it for a while then hop it or rip it and let it settle.Probably just 2 different techniques. I could see where dragging would cause it to tip over. I havent had any trouble though with worms standing up though.

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Im not so much dragging it. Ill shake it for a while then hop it or rip it and let it settle.Probably just 2 different techniques. I could see where dragging would cause it to tip over. I havent had any trouble though with worms standing up though.

Ok, that's been my experience as well so I agree with you in that is the way you need to work the Spot.

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ive used the spot remover shakey head jig and ive had very few problems. there also cheaper than many others.

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