Fish Head Shaker Underspin
The Fish Head Shaker can be used as a search tool for those hard to find bass, as it allows you to go through blow-downs, rocks, wood, as well as some grass. The Fish Head Shaker is virtually weedless. With the shake of a shallow crankbait and the flash and look of a baitfish, how can fish resist? Fluke-type soft plastics are a perfect trailer for Fish Head Shaker.
- super sharp VMC hooks
- stainless steel ball bearing swivel
- holographic 3D eyes
- realistic, multi-stage paint patterns
- fluorocarbon urethane blade
1 per pack
Weight Hook Size 1/4 oz 3/0 3/8 oz 4/0 1/2 oz 4/0
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Comments: I tied this bait on with a matching swim bait becuase nothing was biting .i tried everybait i had with no luck. my friend was using a fish head spin right next to me all day he caught no fish and i caught my limit. the bite was very slow that day very cold and windy. it worked great for me i could do no wrong after i used this.
From: Duane Carter: Lake Lanier, Gainesville GA 1/12/17
Comments: Caught a nice bass on the first cast with this paired with a swim bait but the bill slid back off the jig head & when I put it back on it just folded back the second it would hit the water. If they fix the bill with more ridged plastic it would be great but until then don't waste your money.
From: Nate: State College, PA 5/26/16
Comments: Interesting bait, I got the watermelon 3/8oz, used it for the first time in a tournament this weekend when nothing else was working...high wind, current, really muddy water. Didn't win or anything but was able to get some bites on this after no luck with a spinnerbait. Had a swimbait on the back, I'll probably use a fluke next time though, this thing has enough vibration on its own. No problems with the bill, it actually gets through the cover a little better than the regular underspins. I somehow lost the blade on a 3 pounder and the loop for the swivel got bent up, but straightened it and put a different blade on and it was fine. Good bait to have, I'm gonna order a couple more.
From: Pete: VA
Comments: Dont waste your money on the 1/2oz model. The bill on the lure would fold back on the cast fouling the lure. I would also let it sink to the bottom and pump the rod once to get the blade going and the same thing would happen. Spent 2+ hrs with this thing trying to get it to work right. I even went to a different head with the same results. The smaller weights "seem" to work better. $20 bucks down the drain!
From: JW: Knoxville, TN
Comments: Great lure. Throw a fluke on it that matches the head color and you will catch fish. A steady retrieve and it dose the rest.
From: Josh: Menifee, CA