Gary Yamamoto Senko - 5''

   

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Morning Dawn

Morning Dawn

5"

10

Model:
9-10-374NS

Green Pumpkin Green Purple Flk

Green Pumpkin Green Purple Flk

5"

10

Model:
9-10-301

Cinnamon Black Purple Flake

Cinnamon Black Purple Flake

5"

10

Model:
9-10-221

Pearl Black Gold Flake

Pearl Black Gold Flake

5"

10

Model:
9-10-303

Watermelon Black Red Flake

Watermelon Black Red Flake

5"

10

Model:
9-10-208

Green Pumpkin Chartreuse Tail

Green Pumpkin Chartreuse Tail

5"

10

Model:
9-10-913

Smoke Black Blue Gold Flake

Smoke Black Blue Gold Flake

5"

10

Model:
9-10-214

Cinnamon Red Blue Flake

Cinnamon Red Blue Flake

5"

10

Model:
9-10-215

Black

Black

5"

10

Model:
9-10-020

Black Blue Flake

Black Blue Flake

5"

10

Model:
9-10-021

Watermelon Red Green Flake

Watermelon Red Green Flake

5"

10

Model:
9-10-222

Watermelon Black Gold Flake

Watermelon Black Gold Flake

5"

10

Model:
9-10-323

Watermelon Green Flake

Watermelon Green Flake

5"

10

Model:
9-10-324

Oxblood Red Flake

Oxblood Red Flake

5"

10

Model:
9-10-325

Clear/Gold Silver Black Flake

Clear/Gold Silver Black Flake

5"

10

Model:
9-10-326

Firetiger Chrt/Blk,Grn,Cppr Fk

Firetiger Chrt/Blk,Grn,Cppr Fk

5"

10

Model:
9-10-327

Bubble Gum

Bubble Gum

5"

10

Model:
9-10-229

Blue Pearl/Silver Flake

Blue Pearl/Silver Flake

5"

10

Model:
9-10-031

Rootbeer Green Copper Flake

Rootbeer Green Copper Flake

5"

10

Model:
9-10-236

Smoke Black And Hologram Flake

Smoke Black And Hologram Flake

5"

10

Model:
9-10-238

Blue Pearl/Black Hologram Flk

Blue Pearl/Black Hologram Flk

5"

10

Model:
9-10-239

Cinnamon Brown

Cinnamon Brown

5"

10

Model:
9-10-241

Watermelon

Watermelon

5"

10

Model:
9-10-042

Smoke Black Flake

Smoke Black Flake

5"

10

Model:
9-10-150

Black Red Flake

Black Red Flake

5"

10

Model:
9-10-051

Chartreuse Black Flake

Chartreuse Black Flake

5"

10

Model:
9-10-156

Smoke Black Purple Flake

Smoke Black Purple Flake

5"

10

Model:
9-10-157

Blue Black/Chartreuse Flake

Blue Black/Chartreuse Flake

5"

10

Model:
9-10-159

Smoke

Smoke

5"

10

Model:
9-10-002

Motor Oil Red Flake

Motor Oil Red Flake

5"

10

Model:
9-10-167

Chartreuse/Green,Chartreuse Fk

Chartreuse/Green,Chartreuse Fk

5"

10

Model:
9-10-169

Lt. Green Pumpkin/Red Flake

Lt. Green Pumpkin/Red Flake

5"

10

Model:
9-10-357

Dk.Pumpkin/Purple Blk Emrld Fk

Dk.Pumpkin/Purple Blk Emrld Fk

5"

10

Model:
9-10-358

Smoke Blue Pearl/Silver Purple

Smoke Blue Pearl/Silver Purple

5"

10

Model:
9-10-359

June Bug

June Bug

5"

10

Model:
9-10-213

Black Blue

Black Blue

5"

10

Model:
9-10-904

Plum Emerald Flake

Plum Emerald Flake

5"

10

Model:
9-10-231

Smoke/Watermelon-Blue Prple Fk

Smoke/Watermelon-Blue Prple Fk

5"

10

Model:
9-10-953

Smoke Black Silver Flake

Smoke Black Silver Flake

5"

10

Model:
9-10-177

Prpl/Cinnamon-Prpl,Blue,Emrld

Prpl/Cinnamon-Prpl,Blue,Emrld

5"

10

Model:
9-10-954

Watermelon/Red Flake

Watermelon/Red Flake

5"

10

Model:
9-10-955

Watrmelon/Orange-Red Copper Fk

Watrmelon/Orange-Red Copper Fk

5"

10

Model:
9-10-956

Pumpkin/Black Green Flake

Pumpkin/Black Green Flake

5"

10

Model:
9-10-196

Fading Watermelon Pepper

Fading Watermelon Pepper

5"

10

Model:
9-10-194J

Pumpkin Black Flake

Pumpkin Black Flake

5"

10

Model:
9-10-186

Red Shad

Red Shad

5"

10

Model:
9-10-900

Watermelon White

Watermelon White

5"

10

Model:
9-10-901

Green Pumpkin Watermelon

Green Pumpkin Watermelon

5"

10

Model:
9-10-912

Rainbow Trout

Rainbow Trout

5"

10

Model:
9-10-908

Watermelon Black Flake

Watermelon Black Flake

5"

10

Model:
9-10-194

Smoke/Blue Pearl-Purpl Holo Fk

Smoke/Blue Pearl-Purpl Holo Fk

5"

10

Model:
9-10-927

Watermelon Lemon

Watermelon Lemon

5"

10

Model:
9-10-906

Green Pumpkin Black Flake

Green Pumpkin Black Flake

5"

10

Model:
9-10-297

Peanut Butter and Jelly

Peanut Butter and Jelly

5"

10

Model:
9-10-918
  • Salt-impregnated
  • Casts like a bullet
  • Unique fall when fished weightless or wacky style
Tested and proven on California lunkers, Gary Yamamoto's Senko has quickly become a sensation throughout the United States. The Senko is salt impregnated, has a healthy profile, casts like a bullet, and features a unique smooth-and-even horizontal fall when fished weightless or wacky style. Yamamoto Senkos are not magic, but pretty darn close.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 446 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ruining me as Bass Fisherman These work so well I find it hard to use different techniques in the clear water I fish in. I will be catching fish using the Senko, then try something new, and see my catch rates drop. I go back to the Senko, and start catching fish at an accelerated rate again. These work so well I have children catching nice Bass with them the first time out. If I could only use one lure the rest of my life it would be the Senko. July 21, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Senko Baits Are Simply The Best Since discovering Yamamoto Senko Baits at a fishing demonstration about two years ago, I've used almost nothing else. They simply out-perform everything else I've tried, it's really quite amazing. The 5" Senko doesn't look fancy, but it catches fish consistently. It has enough weight to cast quite far without a sinker, and is easy to rig weedless on a worm hook. For some reason, Senko baits just trigger strike after strike, I don't understand why, but they do. I've told several other people about them, and they've had similar results. I never go out now without a full compliment of Yamamoto baits in my tackle box! June 29, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sinco's Sinco's are the best soft plastic bait I have ever used. Most times they hit on the fall. April 15, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Okay These are okay worms. After hearing all the good things about them, I bought a pack of pumpkin/ black flake. These will catch fish, but they are not durable. Mine were done after one fish. I went through the pack in about 5 days. I much prefer Yum dingers. More durable and more effective April 10, 2014
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Can u drop shot these?
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these might be a little to bulky for drop shot i prefer smaller thinner profile baits that have good action with rod twitches for the drop shot. Senkos are best used weightless texas or carolina rigged
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The best way is to rig them is wacky style for drop shotting. Then when you shake your rod tip slightly, the worm wiggles on both ends.
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texas or wacky rigged?

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wacky no weight
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WACKY ALL THE WAY!!! I use the wacky rig and I have caught a 5 and 6 pounder in back to back casts!
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Both...but I like wacky rigging this a lot more.
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Wacky produces the most hits using an off set mosquito hook but in thicker cover Texas is the answer.
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Always wacky if cover permits.
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I always texas rig mine. wacky rig works but they tear much to easy when rigged wacky.
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Texas
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Either way ,but Texas best
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wacky and texas if bass wants slow wacky fast texas
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Wacky... For sure!
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Senko's are a bit fragile for wacky rigging. If you want to wack-rig a stick bait, I suggest the Yum Dinger.

I have the best results fishing senko's weightless, from the heat of the summer until early winter.
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This is my first year with a baitcaster, so I'm no pro, but I think I'm pretty good with it already. Unfortunately fishing worms weightless is best in my area due to how weedy our waters are. Will I be alright using these without a weight? Or should I stick to spinning rods for my worming?
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Yes, they cast beautifully on a baitcaster weightless, because of its design.
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depends on the reel, you would have to try different settings. I like to use a stiff spinning rod
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no problem with any rods and fishing them weightless is great because the way they fall is how the fish reacts. just be ready to set the hook and reel it in enjoy
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Weightless is the way to go! I have success up to 10 feet of water.
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That is the only way I fish it. I use anywhere from 10 - 15# test line and have never had a problem casting it.
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 - Mt Pleasant Texas
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Weightless is the only way I fish the Senko. Cast great, slow fall with great action. Fish it slow.
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With proper line and braking settings this worm cast like a bullet on any baitcaster.
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yes it will be good and even better on braided line
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Absolutely. This worm casts further than its competitors but costs more. Believe me, it's worth it. The wacky worm technique works well also.
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i used them on both set ups, spinning rod for dock fishing and baitcasting for open weed beds, these baits are heavy enough to fish on a baitcaster without getting a birds nest granted the reel is set right, i will be useing these baits over the other more expensive brands, in my own opinion i think they work just as good
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I do it, i turn the brake WAY down and it works just fine!
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clear water

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can i use big worms such as the 7 inch senko and 10 inch bps squirmin worm in clear water in michigan? i catch a lot of bass 2-4lbs but is a 10 inch worm too big?
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Absolutely not - if you are looking for fish in that range.
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I prefer the 6 inch Senko, but by all means throw 10 inch worms or bigger. Don't forget to size up your hooks when throwing monster plastics. Nothing is worse than missing a fish. Regarding plastic worms I like to throw up on the shore and slither the worm into the water. Do throw these baits in heavy vegetation.
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depending on the worm it can be. I tend to use the 7 in senkos which do not have a tail so if its about a 7in worm with a 3in tail i believe it wouldnt be to big

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Yes. A 10" worm texas rigged weightless will swim through grass and attract bites.
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I doesn't hurt to try. Large mouth bass can prey on items 25-50% of their body size. That said, we have caught large mouth bass as large as 15 lbs with just the 5" Senko worm.
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The bigger the better here in florida. Never fished michigan but my father used 10-12 inch culprits and he caught a boat load when he was there.
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You can use a worm that big. You get less bites with it but the bites you get will be from big fish
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I think you should stick to using the 5 inch worm, it is plenty big for bass that size. The bigger worms are just to big for bass that size.
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bass are agressive if they are active they will go after it no matter the size
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Have tried many styles of the larger worms, but have never had much success. Don't know about your area in MI, but I would stick with Yama senko's in 5" and 4". They always do the job.
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best worm?

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what is the absolute best worm for catching big bass in clear water.. and what size?
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Here in Maryland we like to show the fish a color contrast. 5 inch Senkos in green/white, or green/pink are working right now.
If you want big bass size up your baits. Try 6 inch Senkos and 10 inch worms on 5/0 hooks, Texas rigged.
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I would go with a 6 inch Senko in Green Pumpkin with Red Flake
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A Gary Yamamoto Senko Worm is your best bet. Whacky Rig it and jig it light. The bass will often hit on the fall of the bait so be ready!
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In my experience it is the Yamamoto Senko in the sizes of 5 or 6 inches.
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A five inch green pumpkin/watermelon senko, texas rigged weightless
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I would go with a natural color 7 inch senko
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I'd say the senko, it seems to do best in 5" and normally a darker green color.
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5 inch Senko, watermelon/ orange/copper flake.
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Start with the 5" in a darker color with silver and gold flake on a Gamakatsu 3/0 EWG hook.
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5 inch gary yammamoto worm or 6 inch bass pro shops stiko worm i find black and blue flake or blk and red flake or laminate colors.
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Yama senko in 5" and 4". Have tried many others, and always come back to these. Pick two or three colors and stick with them.
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best for bass?

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is this the best worm for smallmouth and largemouth?
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I think so. Just have a variety of colors and you'll catch them in most any situation.
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