Zoom® Shakey Head Worm - 5"
When Zoom makes new baits, they're bound to catch the attention of serious anglers and hungry fish everywhere! The Shakey Head Worm is just one example of why Zoom continues to set the standard in soft baits. Like every Zoom soft plastic bait, it realistically designed, super-soft to the touch (for the extra action needed to pull that reluctant money fish) and salt-impregnated to hold even the most tentative bite.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 26 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by LGRM Good results to bass Good products, excellent work in water and good results to bass. February 12, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by radtriton soft plastic When looking for what i need in my tackle Bass Pro makes it easy to find and in most case's they have all in stock. in this case the color needed Bass Pro had. January 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by marylandboy Multi purpose awesomeness This bait can be fished anyway you want and is almost garaunteed to catch fish. Its great on shakeyheads, whakey rigged, drop shotting and the best way of all in my mind is texas rigged and wieghtless. It has a shimmy action with its slow fall and is irresistable. I fished it this way around weed edges and caught fish until my arms were numb including a 4 pounder along with ten 3's. December 6, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Golfallday Don't limit your options!! Anybody get frustrated with springs / bait holders on shakey head jigs tearing up their worms? Me too. Don't hesitate to Texas rig these fellas. 1/0 worm hook and a 1/16 or 1/8 oz bullet weight. No worries. The mini-T rig works just fine. Worm's tail flutters like mad with every hop and twitch. Saw some fellows on Tippacanoe River/Shaffer Lake in Indiana drop shotting these. They were using skirted jigs as their DS weight and tied this worm 3 feet above it. Open bail to bottom, then just bounce it every once in a while. They were slaying 'em. November 21, 2012
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A:They don't float but when falling have a shimmey action that makes the fish bite. If your looking for a floating worm try a Zman elastic floating worm, they are durable and have great action.
A:No they sink slowly , which is why , I think, they work so well
A:no, but the tail will raise some when you shake the jig head, the main thing I like about them is the tail on the fall has its built in action that will catch alot of fish, seems to work better when I fish it around verticle structure
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A:Absolutely, texas rig or put on a shackey head in moving water with rocky bottoms. If you find a calm pool I would suggest whackey rigging it and fishing it near any cover or big rocks on the shady side.
A:These should be like candy for smallies . . .
A:I use it in all the rivers we tournament fish from Maryland down into North Carolina
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A:yeah, i would think smallies would find this bait enticing. shakey head style or texas rig should do the trick.
A:I love these worms, especially in chartreuse/pepper, skinny tail is straight but alot of action. I tear up the bass(lgemouth) on it, so I would say definately try it out (texas rigged). If Va. river is fast flowing you may have to use heavier worm weight, I use 1/16 oz wght in ponds and worm has great action. Lately when i go fishing thats the only worm i throw in that color, I catch alot of fish on it. they are a little soft so tend to tear up on fish easier, so stock up, but I imagine they will work well for you.
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