Buckeye Lures Spot Remover Pro Model Jighead
Great Shaky Head Jig!!!!
I was able to catch by biggest Largemouth to date with the help of this shaky head and a Zoom Magnum Finesse Worm. If your'e looking for a shaky head jig that you can skip, this is it. This is one of the 2 different jig heads I use for worm fishing. I like everything about it and it works to perfection.
September 19, 2011
the spot remover jighead is the only jig head i use i caught about 25 bass in 2 hours at this pond i just used the jig head and used a 5 inch senko on it and hooked up on alot of bass. you definaletly need this in your takle box.
December 28, 2010
This jig keeps you bait up where the bass can see it, not burried in the mud. Can be easily thrown into pads, and fallen trees. The screw-in type bait holder is very reliable, caught several 2-4 lb. bass on same plastic, and bait never detached from holder. Good for, lizards, brush hawgs, craws (my favorite), worms, and even tubes. Perfect for "Shaky heading"!
June 29, 2007
I have found other shaky heads to work better. This one is just ok. With the flat bottom, it seems to hang up way more in rocky bottoms and I lose them. It does stand the plastic up straight (pretty close to vertical)if you had a flat gravel or weed bottom, and then it works great. However, I have to rate it on overall performance, and I do not like it on the rocky bottom. The screw in keeper works better with senkos and thicker plastics. It does not work as well for trick worms or roboworms. Try a picasso shakedown for a round ball shaky head that works great for finesse plastics.
March 26, 2009