With the SHR821S shakin the shaky worm is the key. The light tip will allow you to move your bait while the stiff butt section provides the backbone to pull them out of the thickest deep water cover. Sensitivity is the key for taking those slack line bites often encountered with this technique.
The SHR822S has great balance from tip to butt that lets you work a shakyhead downhill, allowing you to feel the lightest bites. It also allows you to handle the bite when working the bait uphill, when the fish feel their bait may be escaping. Either way, fish it deep, fish it often.
The SHR822C casting model works the same way as the SHR822S spinning rod with great balance working a shakyhead uphill or down, while the light tip allows you to feel the lightest bites.