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Best Shaky Head Rod

Omnia collects thousands of detailed fishing reports from anglers across the country to power our local recommendations. Here are the top Rods recommendations for using the Shakey Heads technique mentioned in fishing reports from anglers near you.

G. Loomis GLX Spinning Rods - EOL

$450.00 – $495.00

Reported by
Evan Bull

Table Rock Lake (AR, MO)

Evan Bull reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Shakey Heads technique and G. Loomis GLX Spinning Rods - EOL on Table Rock Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Caught a lot of fish on main lake bluffs and points. Had a small limit on worms and jigs."

Reported by
Omnia Fishing

Lake Of The Ozarks (MO)

Omnia Fishing reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Shakey Heads technique and G. Loomis GLX Spinning Rods - EOL on Lake Of The Ozarks. Additional comments from this report: "My best luck has come fishing smaller isolated brush piles under docks. A shakes head has been the best producer. I also mix in a needles Neko rig. I also have had some quality bites on a Vision 110 +1 when there has been some wind. I find the fish are up a little in the water column with any wind lately."

Reported by
John Farmer

Lake Norman (NC)

John Farmer reported catching Spotted Bass using the Shakey Heads technique and G. Loomis GLX Spinning Rods - EOL on Lake Norman. Additional comments from this report: "Targeted main lake points and island points with wood from daylight until 11:30am. Shakey head on a Big Bite 3/16oz screw lock head. With a green pumpkin 6.5” Zoom Trick Worm. Three of my better fish were caught on a Katch-Her 1/2oz bluegill colored jig with a Paca chunk for the trailer. "

Duckett Fishing Incite Spinning Rods - EOL

$159.00

Reported by
Ben Hutchins

Kings Mountain Reservoir Moss Lake (NC)

Ben Hutchins reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Shakey Heads technique and Duckett Fishing Incite Spinning Rods - EOL on Kings Mountain Reservoir Moss Lake. Additional comments from this report: "We caught fish throwing a shakey head on humps and points. We were casting into brush piles that we saw on livescope. We also caught a few fish with a shakey head around docks. "

Reported by
Justin Alford

Lake Eufaula (Walter F George) (AL, GA)

Justin Alford reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Shakey Heads technique and Duckett Fishing Incite Spinning Rods - EOL on Lake Eufaula (Walter F George). Additional comments from this report: "Pretty good day on eufaula yesterday although it was extreme hot. Fishing brush piles was the most productive for getting bit but I also caught several punching grass mats and working a spook around the edges of grass lines. "

St. Croix Mojo Bass Casting Rods - EOL

$150.00

Reported by
Omnia Community Member

South Pool (IL)

Omnia Community Member reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Shakey Heads technique and St. Croix Mojo Bass Casting Rods - EOL on South Pool. Additional comments from this report: "Being patient was the key. Would let the worm sit on the bottom for a while before retrieving it very slowly. "

Reported by
Ohio Angler

Paint Creek Lake (OH)

Ohio Angler reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Shakey Heads technique and St. Croix Mojo Bass Casting Rods - EOL on Paint Creek Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Paint creek can be a tough place to fish. Had to really slow down the presentation. Sometimes I even had to cut the z-man fatty-z down and make it 4". If you fish methodically and take your time, The fish were there. Most were in the 16-20" range."

Reported by
Omnia Fishing

Shearon Harris Reservoir (NC)

Omnia Fishing reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Shakey Heads technique and St. Croix Mojo Bass Casting Rods - EOL on Shearon Harris Reservoir. Additional comments from this report: "During this time of year focus on shallow structure in the warmest areas as bass will start moving shallower to spawn. Choose a lighter jig when up shallow and a little heavier one when you have to push farther out. "

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