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In recent years, shaky head fishing has emerged as a solid, proven technique for catching bass. Due to the rig’s finesse presentation, it has received an unfair stigma of catching small fish. For all of the big worm believers out there, I’ve found a great soft plastic that increases the shaky head’s profile while fooling giant bass—the Zoom Magnum Shakey Head Worm. When the bite gets tough but you still want to target big fish, there are 4 key elements that make this worm an excellent choice.

•    Large profile
•    Action
•    Durability
•    Price point

Large profile

The most noticeable trait of the Zoom Magnum Shakey Head Worm is its size. Measuring a full 7-inches, it’s almost impossible for a bass to ignore. While many anglers tend to use smaller, finesse worms on their shaky head rigs, the Zoom Magnum Shakey Head Worm gives the bass a totally different look that they’re not accustomed to seeing.

I’ve had great success using this worm while fishing deep rock piles, offshore humps and river ledges. There have been times I’ve been catching 12-inch bass, only to switch to a Zoom Magnum Shakey Head Worm and begin catching 2- and 3-pounders. Repeated instances like these have made me a big believer in this worm.

Action

The action of the Zoom Magnum Shakey Head Worm is definitely unique. As it rests on the bottom, its tail palpitates and quivers, almost like the living rubber on some jigs. When the worm is twitched, it looks as if the worm is “walking” along the bottom.

Because the Zoom Magnum Shakey Head Worm is so long, it emits a more sporadic action than a finesse worm, giving it a subtle, yet attention -grabbing presentation. You’ll also notice its ribbed body, which emits small vibration upon moving the worm. Although it might sound like I’m splitting hairs, it can make a huge difference on bluebird, post-frontal days.

Durability


Delicate soft plastics are both annoying and expensive to use. Despite its slender body, the Zoom Magnum Shakey Head Worm is a very tough worm. If you’re faced with small bass or bluegill, they’ll often nip at the tail of the worm because of its tantalizing action. Thankfully, these worms are difficult to tear, even at the tail section.

Before I tried these worms, shaky head fishing left me with ripped up soft plastics littering the bottom of my boat, but one pack of Zoom Magnum Shakey Head Worms can last a long time—even during a killer shaky
shaky head bite.

Price point

It’s always been hard to beat the value in a bag of Zoom soft plastics, and that definitely holds true for the Zoom Magnum Shakey Head Worm. Priced at an affordable $3.89 per 15-pack, you’re paying a single quarter for each worm. In the days of strapped wallets and pocketbooks, this is something every angler can really appreciate.

If you’re looking to upgrade the quality of your shaky head catch, consider grabbing a few packs of Zoom Magnum Shakey Head Worms. They’re big, durable, affordable and have a crazy action, but most importantly, they flat-out work.

To view some of Zoom’s great color options, head to TackleWarehouse.com.

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