If you bass fish (and don’t live under a rock), you know that shaky head fishing has become one of the most popular and relied-upon tactics in the sport. No doubt it’s effective, but I often find that by mid-summer, bass have been so barraged by every shaky head presentation imaginable that it can be pretty hard to draw the same kind of vigorous strikes you did earlier in the season. But the method is too potent to take out of play. Instead, rethink your shaky heading during the dog days. Here are a few tricks.