Jackall has developed a specific Flick Shake Worm and Wacky Jig Head, which work together as a system. The Jackall Flick Shake Worm has a built in curved design, which creates a squirming action that the fish cannot resist. The Flick Shake Worm is also salt injected and has a live bait scent. The jig head's eye is designed at a ninety-degree angle for better hook setting and less snags. The hook has a short shank to allow the worm more action. The tungsten weight allows the worm to sink faster and has a smaller head to create the right action. Jackall mastermind Seiji Kato used it to win the co-angler title at the 2007 Amistad Bassmaster Elite.
Try fishing the Octopus Rig, the newest way to fish the Jackall Flick Shake in Japan. Use two Jackall Flick Shake Worms, offset at 90 degrees, on a Jackall Weedless Wacky Jig. After rigging both worms on the jig head rotate the first 90 degrees and run it back onto the hook, creating an "X".