Yamamoto Senko Bait
|Color||BLACK (NO FLAKE) 9B-10-020|
|Item Weight||0.33 Pounds|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||0.98 x 0.98 x 0.98 inches|
About this item
- Package length: 15.24 cm
- Package width: 7.62 cm
- Package height: 2.54 cm
- Product Type: FISHING HOOK
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When Gary Yamamoto designed the Senko in the early 90s, he had no idea he was changing the future of fishing. There’s a Senko in the lineup for every possible application and for every angler, from the first-timer to the tour-level pro. Whether you fish it weightless, wacky-style, Texas-rigged, on a Carolina rig, or on a shakey head or flipping jig, this simple slab of plastic will revolutionize your game and increase your catches.
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If there's been one lure that has changed the face of fishing over the past five years it's the Yamamoto Senko. With its wide range of uses and subtle natural action the Yamamoto Senko has quickly become a favorite with anglers all over the world.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 0.98 x 0.98 x 0.98 inches; 5.28 Ounces
- Item model number : 9B-10-020
- Date First Available : August 18, 2010
- Manufacturer : Yamamoto
- ASIN : B001HYN8SY
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5", green/brown(clearer water), or black(muddy water) with any flake color. I fish them 'wacky rigged'(use wacky O-rings or they'll fall part pretty easy), with a Gamakatsu Wicked Wacky Hook 3/0 size. If shallow water(5 feet or less), fish them weightless. Cast out and LET THEM SINK NATURALLY.
If you don't know what Wacky Rigged means please Google it. It's great for these baits and many others.
Have patience. They don't sink quick when they're rigged weightless, but this is GOOD! These things shine when they're sinking naturally. Let them hit bottom and then let it sit for 3-10 seconds. Gently raise your rod up 3-4 feet and let it sink again while reeling in the slack. Maybe give it a twitch or two when you're raising your rod up. But then let it sink naturally again for 3-10 seconds. Rinse, repeat, catch fish.
If it's a bit deeper, fish it with a Drop Shot rig or Texas rig with a .25oz weight.
You can fish these things so many different ways. This is what works for me. More so than anything else I've tried. I live in Ohio and fish mostly lakes.
The downside? They are expensive and they get destroyed after usually 1-2 fish. I have never caught more than 3 fish on a single bait. You get to rig from one side, catch a fish, if the worms wtill with ya, you can bite the tattered end off, flip it around, hook from the "tail end" catch a fish and its toast. A true testament to how aggressively fish hit this lure, how soft the plastic is and how life-like the movements are.