Last fall I noticed I had a laying worker and thought I caught it quick enough to insert a queen and correct itself. The hive did not accept the queen and it was so late in the fall I didn't try and re-queen again. I figured that this hive would die out over the winter. Today, I went through the hive and found that the population was still strong but evidence shows that the laying worker is still at it (drones in worker cells and eggs on the side of cells). I am wondering if a standard shake out would still work or is something else worth trying. Thoughts?