Strike King® Shaky Head Jigheads
When the bite cools, Strike King's innovative Shaky Head Jighead is a great way to shake your way out of a slump. Made for shaky style baits but great for regular tactics too, the Shaky Head Jighead is designed with a special barb that helps the bait stand up for improved shaky action while also working to secure the bait in place. A 60º flat eye Gamakatsu® hook keeps the knot in the proper place for better hook sets.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 31 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Basstream No shakey head is better The title says it all. I wouldn't use any other shakey head. May 2, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by RobbieM Best purchase ever I use this type 85% of the season in the club I fish in I caught the most of my fish using this with a Zoom trick worm in a green pumpkin green and Junebug colors. February 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Genetuf Simply the best I have tried many different Shaky Head set-ups and this one is by far my favorite. I had some issues when I first tried these but after finding the proper way to hook the worm, and the best worm, I am now hooked too. Through trial and error, I have found that using this jighead along with the Strike King 3X Super Finesse Worms is a deadly combination on Bass. I'll often fish with the same worm catching 10 to 15 fish on it. I still have various other styles of Shaky Head jigheads in my bag but the only time I have used one is if I run out of these. August 28, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by jzFish Good Shakey Head jighead The Gamakatsu hook makes this jighead. The paint holds up pretty well too. I gave it a 4 because I like it when the shakey head jigheads have both the barb and collar to keep the worm and this one just has the barb. July 6, 2011
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A:I use a Zoom 7" or 10" trick worm mostly in green pumkin green and junebug colors for large mouth bass
A:Zoom Trick Work. Bite 1/4 to 1/2 inch off top and rig weedless. Work around steep banks and points.
A:I use finesse worms and also trick worms work well
A:I use mostly Senkos. But other soft worms and other soft plastics where you want the long shank would also work.
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A:Any type of small finesse worm (4-6") will catch you plenty of fish!
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A:Gambler 'Giggy Stik' is deadly on this jig. Green pumpkin red, black and ghost shad are all excellent colors. Also Zoom finess worm in blue/black or watermelon red.
I've also fished small zoom craws on this jig head and it has worked will when the crawfish bite is on.
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