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for you shakey head fans...

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...do you think this worm looks as good as I do?

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*do you think it looks as good as I think it looks...

smartass... ;D

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It does look pretty good. I just wonder how fragile it is  :-/ It looks like one short strike away from being a panfish grub.

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It does look pretty good. I just wonder how fragile it is :-/ It looks like one short strike away from being a panfish grub.

My buddy said the same thing when I showed it to him.I told him I was wrong when I thought bass engulfed their prey :D Trickworms or anything else may get ripped by a small dink from time to time too and I think that worm looks incredible.

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If it actually floats, its a killer shaky worm.  If it sinks, its a killer drop shot worm.  On a tough day, it would be killer on a light Mojo rig.

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that looks amazing... now that you've let the bait monkey out of the closet again...

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The tail is meant to float... and its only 2.99 for a pack of 10

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slomoe, that's where I saw it too. I looked it up but I couldn't find anywhere to buy them online until just now.

I used to fish shakey heads ALL THE TIME, on some trips I wouldn't even take anything else. I've tried Berkeley shakey head worms, Zoom finesse forms, roboworms, GY kut tails, the damiki boboss, the gambler giggy stick, case plastics jack's worm and many more. It's fair to say that I've tried most of the different styles of shakey head worms out there. I used to look everywhere for new styles of SH worms until I settled on the damikis and Berkeleys and stopped looking because I didn't think there was anything new or different than what I had tried. Needless to say I am excited about this new style.

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its pretty cool looking. the whole lion's tail on that thing gives it a different appeal. probably works like a charm

Mottfia

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I saw that worm on day on the lake too.  I can't wait to try it out!

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Sigma, where did you find them for 2.99? I only can find them for 3.79 or 3.99?? Thanks

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Looks alot like the Damiki Finesse Miki

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Looks alot like the Damiki Finesse Miki

I use the Damiki Finesse Miki worm for my shakyhead applications. The only problem with the Damiki is that the tail is actually concave and doesn't float at all (when I bought these, I thought it was a hollow bulb with air trapped and it would float). It was worked well for me even without the floating tail and I haven't just ripped a tail off yet from a fish hitting short.

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those Damikis look good too! I hadn't seen them in anything but a little dropshot size.

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Tackle Warehouse has them in 4", 5.5", and 6.5". I was planning on getting a couple of packs when I get home and trying them out. Now I guess I'll have to get some of those Jeff Kriet worms too and compare.

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If it actually floats, its a killer shaky worm. If it sinks, its a killer drop shot worm. On a tough day, it would be killer on a light Mojo rig.

Non floating worms can be AWESOME shaky head worms too.

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