Jackall Flick Shake Worms
These are amazing. I have used these on everything from smallmouth up in ontario, to largmouth in an old pebble mine in Ohio, to stream fishing for smallmouth. They work great, and have always produced fish for me. Ive caught 5 pound smallmouth, a 7 pund largemaouth, and even a pike on these worms. THe perefect ones seem to be the black or watermaelon ones with the red flakes in them. I would recomoend these to anyone. THe only problem I have with them is that the fish want them so bad, they tear them up!
November 29, 2010
Used the Flick Shake for the first time this past week end. Wackey rigged the 5-3/4" water mellon, and slayed the bass. I went and purchased some more today. Cant wait for this coming week end.
Gonna try the larger Flick Shake this time.
July 31, 2012
Tried these worms last summer for the first time and they are just flat-out awesome!
The color didn't really matter...as we ran out of one color, we would open up another color and by weeks end we had used 5 different colors and caught a lot bass on all 5 of them.
These worms have to be about the action. They are super soft and they flutter really well on the fall. We used them wacky rigged, texas rigged and shaky head rigged and the bass tore them up.
I've had friends complain about how fast they get destroyed, but they work and they catch fish when fishing is tough.
If you love to use different worm riggings, give these a try, I highly recommend them!
February 5, 2011
Received a pack from a friend and showed how to rig them. Out performs senkos every time in fact was out with two buddies post spawn and they were working senkos and saying look there's five nice ones looking atour senkos I dropped my flick shake wackey rigged just the way they rigged there senkos and pulled up twonice ones back to back so funny. Go to YouTube and watch videos on how to rig and work them . Also u will notice they have a curved side and fatter flattened side roll the worm in middle section between thumb and middle finger and work up and down and u will understand how to best rig it also the 6.8 inch worm seems big but it isn't I have caught 12 ounce bass on up to 7 lb bass on them
April 3, 2013