Hey, I’m Jeff Kriet with Wired2Fish. Afterthe fish spawn and they move out on the ledgesand all that I love to throw a football jig,a big worm, a Carolina rig, and a big crankbait. But there’s times when that bite gets tough oneof my go to ways to fish out there on those ledges is I’lltake this head right here, which is Jewelhead, and its kind of super sonic shaky headfishing. This hook is a 5/0 hook and thisis the Big Bite Trick Stick along with otherbaits that work too. I like a long kind ofdo nothing bait on this head. What I’ll dois when the fishing gets tough I’ll go backthrew and throw this on the same places Iwould throw that big football jig and thingslike that. A lot of times I can pick up morefish after I’ve already be on em’. When it’sreally tough, this is a go to deal right here. Sotry it and it’s just one of the things whenI’m fishing ledges that I will always havein my boat. It’s finesse, but it’s still big. I mean I’m using a 7′ – 7’2″ rod, 15-poundtest line, and a big head. This is a 3/8-ouncehead. You can use a 1/2-ounce or whateversize you want. It’s the same type of dealwith a shaky head. I’m going to throw it outthere, let it hit the bottom, pull it aroundtill I get in the rocks, and then I’m justgoing to shake it. They’ll bite it the sameway they’ll bite a shaky head. Be sure toreel up and get that line tight, and thenlean into em’. But try it! I call it the supersonic shaking. When I throw this bait I’m going to pull itkind of like I would a football jig or somethinglike that. But once I get this bait in rockI’m going to shake it on that spot. This isa really good finesse style approach, butit still catches big ones. I’ve caught a lotof fish on this bait at like Falcon Lake andplaces like that. At Toledo Bend last yearat the Elite Tournament I caught a lot ofmy fish on this when it would get tough.