Made for finesse fishing the Berkley PowerBait Shaky Worm's bulbous tail floats creating an incredibly enticing action, while the Shaky Worm's flat bottom helps produce a lifelike gliding action that fish find irresistible. The Berkley Shaky Worm is ideal for jig heads, Carolina rigging and wacky worming. Plus, the Shaky Worms offer the added appeal of PowerBait fish-attractant.
Rated 5 out of 5 by krak got to worm
i use several different types of worms and i seem to always get more bites on the shaky worm.. i like black the most but have caught several on other colors too. its really fun fishing these types of bait
September 26, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by koollew good product
love how the worm tail floats up right. really gives the worm a more real look.
April 20, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by scbuckhunter7171 Bass Magnets
Berkley Shaky worms are fantastic. The 5 inch version in Green Pumpkin and Black are my favorite. The bass love them too. Not only catches quantities of fish but I have caught some quality fish on these worms. These worms have put me in the money in some tournaments as well. I use them with a spot remover style shaky head
August 25, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by BillJ They get bit!
I ordered a pack of these in 7" 'The general" color and rigged them onto a punisher shakey head. The worms work well and got bit. I landed a few 2-3 pound largemouth with them. They don't float perfectly vertical but they do stand up well enough to provide a shakey tail action.
August 2, 2011
bought a bag of 7 inch gulp shaky worms and the tails dont float,i dont need another worm that sinks to the bottom,r the 7 inch power bait shakys any better?more than just one worm out of a bag that floats?thx
I use it texas rigged, I prefer it texas rigged to get the bait to float back up a little higher, like in the event of tossing it under tree and it floating back up making it appear to be a shad eating off the tree.
I have had better success bass fishing with this worm over a Zoom Trick worm. I feel The PowerBait Shaky worm has several advantages over the Trick worm. The first is the sent. The second is, the Shaky worm seems to be more versitle. It also seems to have more action. One great way to fish this worm, is rigged wacky on a drop shot.
you can use zoom and add scent, or just use this worm. the design of the flat underbelly and ridged body allows you to work it anyway you want. also depending on hook placement, with the air bubble in the tail adds alot of action. don't forget the berkley powerbait formula that they just don't let go of.