Fishing a Shakey Head for Post Spawn Bass

May 27, 2022 Fishing Tips

Jeremy from Fishing the Lonestar breaks down the shakey head and why he thinks you should be fishing it more for post spawn bass that have moved offshore. Bass go deep to recover from the rigors of the spawn, and feed on just about anything that crosses their path. Slow-dragging a shakey head across rock or gravel is a great way to trigger strikes from bass that have seen their fill of crankbaits and ned rigs. 

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