H&H makes their version of the Mansfield Mauler, a bit closer to the original, and Larry's has it - Tackle Town - I think I'll always call it Larry's, just like I'll always call the wire/cigar weightless cork a Mansfield Mauler.
Tackle Town also carries Hoagies - I couldn't believe the last time I was in Cabela's in San Antonio, there was not a single plastic shrimp tail.
One lure I've been fishing since the late 80s uses Stazo flex jigs, and a Hoagies rigged this way with a Stazo and treble behaves exactly like a shrimp evading with a tail kick (the cork click), then settling down and swimming with its legs.
Add Procure shrimp gel to this and you may as well be fishing live bait.
Since we can't get flex-jigs any more, Shiney Hiney is a pre-rigged popping-cork+plastic shrimp that fishes Really Well.
My near-novice friend - old guy, fishing all his life and complaining he never caught a fish at the Coast in 30 years. But our October Rockport trip, he caught his first keeper red in the first half-hour, and out-fished everyone on the trip, fishing only the Shiney Hiney. He religiously applied Procure every 3rd cast, as I had first instructed, caught every fish with the lure at rest, and he even caught keeper reds trolling.
The original Mauler is unquestionably the best cork for fishing a "free" live bait on any length leader. Sitting in a kayak and fishing the Stazo rig above, though, the Mansfield Mauler cork is difficult to see (though very easy to see standing). Fishing the Shiney Hiney last fall, I noticed its yellow standard-shape popping cork is visible over a very great distance, even sitting in a kayak. I re-did the Stazo rig with a small yellow egg cork on mono I picked up at Larry's last fall. That solved the visibility problem - could see the lure forever.
Here's a Shiney Hiney rigged on this spinning rod.
Something else I noticed about Shiney Hiney was they drew strikes as soon as they hit the water.
Somebody needs to make some more Stazo jig-heads - the patent has to be expired now.
I forget where I got these, but they're almost as good - a double-hook-rigged cocahoe hooks up short-striking specs really well.
yes, already drifted off corks, but if you're fishing Trout Support, squeeze a little Procure in the hook slot.
Last fall I landed several specs that weren't hooked, but were squeezing the lure in their gullet and didn't want to let it go.
Once in hand they coughed it up, but they weren't hooked.