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A shorter shanked 1/0 or #2 hook plus a 60° turned eye make this Bass Pro Shops® Flickin' Shimmy jig ideal for single- or double- Flickin', the hot new bassin' technique that combines wacky-riggin' and shaky-head.
Bass Pro Shops® Flickin' Shimmy Jigheads
only way to wacky rig
this is the only way I will wacky rig anymore, this hook and a strike king zero are the way to go. just remeber to clean the eyes, mine looked clean but they were clear coated.
May 28, 2011
Flickin Shimmy Jigheads
About time some one manufactured a weight system for the wacky fisherman.These weighted hooks are just the ticket for deeper presentations.It seams that the hook angle does not allow the fish to get gut hooked, similar to a circle hook catch. I practice catch and release, so this important to me.
What else can I say, I'm hooked on The Flicken Shimmy Jig heads.
May 27, 2011
I use these when I fish senko's or the shimmy worms and rig them wacky style. Without this jighead, the senko type bait takes too long to fall. With these jigheads the senkos type baits get down to the 5-8 foot range quicker. I fish a tap water clear lake and the added fall helps to increase my catch and size.
May 2, 2011
I fish wacky-rig & shacky-head 35 to 45% of the time. I find that these jigheads work very well. Just wondering if they are avaliable in the weedless version, also the price is right.
April 13, 2011
Single flickin refers to the japanese created finesse technique of flick shakin. Flick shakin is when you have a finesse worm (there are even special made worms for this technique, see BPS shimmy and shimmy x2 worms) and you wacky rig it on one of these jig heads. The weight and design of the jighead give the worm an amazing falling action that is like a wacky rig's fall but much more exagerrated and erratic. The technique is amazing for bridge pilings and deep water boat docks. It's a different look for bass who are used to seeing jigs and big worms dropping in front of them. Double flickin is adding a second flick worm on the jig to show the bass something even more unique. The BPS shimmy x2 worm gives you the same presentation as a double flickin technique. You fish the tehnique most effectively by simply letting it fall to the bottom and watching your line for a strike. then reel it in and cast again. Because the whole deal with this bait is the fall, you can simply let it drop and cover a lot of water this way. I hoped this helped you. MC
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