Everybody catches them on a shaky head, andI’m not saying I’m the worlds best at it,but I think I’m decent at it. I think thebiggest mistake everybody makes is they overworkit. What I do when I throw it out is I’m going to throw that bait out andI’m pretty much going to let it go to thebottom straight, I don’t click my bail. Idon’t want it to swing toward me, I want it fall straight down. When I work a shakyhead all I’m going to do is I’m going to pullit real slow and all I’m doing is workingit like a depth finder, I’m trying to find. I’m pulling it tip I hit a rock or maybe it’sa tree, a rock, or whatever. Once I pull it,and once I get in that rock that’s when I’mgoing to slow down, shake it right there,I’m going to pull it over, and as soon asI pull it over I’m going to let it sit again. Most of the time it’s just a steady/slow pulluntil I hit a target. Another thing I thinka lot of people make a big mistake on is thatthey work this thing on thigh line all ofthe time and you don’t want to do that. Ikeep a slight bow in my line most of the timeand I can still feel it. I’m throwing a sensitiverod and all that so you’ll still feel it. But don’t pull that thing constantly on atight line. They just don’t bite it as good. They will always bite that thing better ifyou have a little bit of bow in your line. Like right now I’m throwing a Falcon rod thatI designed for throwing a shaky head and I throw a dropshot on it too. But if I’m fishing prettymuch from lets say from 15 foot or less. I liketo throw braid. I’m throwing 10 pound Hi-Seasbraid. You can throw it a lot further, it’smore sensitive, and not to mention you don’tbreak off as much. I’ll come in and tie afluorocarbon leader. Like right now I’m justthrowing 8-pound test Hi-Seas fluorocarbon leader. When I don’t throw the braid, I don’t liketo throw the braid if I’m fishing really deepwater. Like when I’m fishing 15 foot of deepermost of the time I won’t throw the braid becauseI like to throw a lightweight. I think mostpeople throw ay to heavy of a weight, I throwa 1/8 ounce head 99%of the time. Even outto 30 foot or 40 foot of water sometimes. But when you’re doing that you really needto go to a 6 straight fluorocarbon or somethinglike that. If the water is really clear, thena lot of times I throw straight fluorocarbon. But the braid if I’m around docks and I’mfishing around a lot of targets and thingslike that or in stained water. The braid isreally the way to go.