Shaky Head Worm is Shakalicious!

Shaky Head Worm is Shakalicious!
Shaky Head Worm is Shakalicious!


F2's  Shaky Head Worm Provides Extra Action

Fort Smith, AR -- YUM Soft Plastics' new F2 Shakalicious shaky head worm features a ring of short undulating tentacles at the head and a slender, tapered body that moves with the slightest twitch. The body of the new F2 Shakalicious is ringed to produce more water displacement and come in all of the best color patterns. Created to be used as a shaky head worm, this soft plastic can also be used in any finesse worm situation or rigging. It also can be rigged backward on a shaky head so the ring of undulating tentacles get right in a bass's face.

Attract. Enrage. Engage. YUM F2, or Ferocity Squared, is a highly concentrated natural formula clinically tested by the Mississippi State University under the strictest scientific conditions. The result is documented proof that bass prefer YUM F2 by 30 percent over the leading attractant. Additional advantages include its ability to be infused in traditional soft plastics in any shape, as well as long-lasting effectiveness and continuous dispersal of scent (no need to "refresh" every six casts!). Six bait styles are infused with this powerful scent, and unlike other attractant-injected baits, YUM F2 infused lures retain their suppleness and "swimability" no matter how many casts you make. They also don't dry into hard, wrinkled and useless shrivels when left out of the package.

YUM F2 just took over the top spot in bass attractants. It's documented. It's been proven in the strictest clinical scientific testing that bass prefer F2, and the Shakalicious is the new shaky head worm of choice.


The new YUM F2 Shakalicious is available in 12 color patterns and has an MSRP of $4.69.

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