Picasso Shakedown 3pk
The Picasso Shakedown Heads use a patent-pending flexible nickel titanium spring (bait keeper) along with a cross-eye Gamakatsu hook to give you the best "shakey style" head on the market. The flexible nickel titanium spring always comes back to position after each fish without breaking.
Because of its elasticity, the spring also allows the entire hook gap to be maintained during hook set. The "give" of the spring allows anglers to lock down and shake their plastics in cover or skip docks without ever losing or tearing the soft plastics. Because of the spring's small size, finesse worms (such as Roboworms or other thin hand poured plastics) can be rigged very straight with no "hump." It also prevents the plastic from tearing.
The Picasso Shakedown heads are coated with the super tough Duraseal process, increasing the sensitivity and allowing them to hold up like no other shakey head on the market.
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Comments: Most of my fishing for bass is using finesse techniques. I particularly like this shaky head not only for it's quality and good hookups but for it's hook diameter. For me a hook that 'gives' a little bit, is thin, and has a small barb is perfect. My goal is to minimize damage to fish while still catching alot and this shaky head allows for success with that.
From: Pat: San Jose, CA
Comments: Best finesse shakey head jig on the market. The small sized spring allows for smaller baits and worms to be fished appropriately. The small sized spring also keeps soft plastics from ripping off of the jig as quickly as other jigs do. I would recommend these shakey head jigs for anyone finesse fishing.
From: Eric: Palmerton, PA
Comments: Several of my fishing buddies and I fish with many Picasso products and do real well with them because of their high quality. So I decided to give these heads a try along with their shakeEfootball. I am very impressed with the flexible spring. It kept my plastics on even when skipping under docks. The hooks are very sharp and I stuck a lot of fish real good with both heads.
From: Chase: Warrior, AL
Comments: Great shakey head. Need to improve the screw lock. It is too small. Take forever to screw the worm on. Other than that, it is the perfect shakey head.
From: Jarvis: Albany, GA
Comments: I've used alot of different shakey heads in the past, and these are by far the best ones yet. The gamagatsu hook is an awesome feature, and the spring is soft enough to hold your bait and give it freedom to have action.
From: Don: Benton, KY
Comments: Awesome shakey head for Roboworms. The small diameter screw lock is great for soft (and I mean SOFT) plastics. One way to keep the worm on the hook more is to put a dab of super glue where the screw meets the lead head and attach your worm.
From: Russ: Canton, GA
Comments: Went on a mission this year to find the best shaky head on the market. This is the one I will be throwing from here on out. Simply the best hook up ratio of em all.
Comments: really nice extended hook, well made but that screw is a joke, doesnt really hold baits at all, after one bite you pretty much need a new worm!
From: Steve: Menomonie, WI
Comments: My favorite, hooks rust quick but really a great shaky head.
From: Miles: Oregon, USA
Comments:This is absolutely the best finesse shaky head i have used. I can use a roboworm (with the head bitten off to flatten it out) or a trick worm or a floating senko. The only problem is that the screw on bait keeper does not work well with bigger baits, but this is more of a finesse rig anyway.
From:Matt: Westminster, CO