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Gary Yamamoto Senko - 7''

   

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Green Pumpkin Black Flake

7"

5

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9X-5-297
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Tested and proven on California lunkers, Gary Yamamoto's Senko has quickly become a sensation throughout the United States. The Senko's 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. It's not magic, but it's pretty darn close.

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My Most Prized Possession The most affective bass fishing lure in my tackle box! March 2, 2014
double edged razor love the action and quality of fish caught. The bad news, these things are so soft it is ridiculous, make a few hard casts or catch a good fighting fish and these things fall apart like they are made of marshmallow. Not just the 7", but all sizes. I think something changed in the composition of these because when they first hit the market many years ago I remember them being much tougher and more durable. The price you pay for 5 of these things I would expect to get more than ten minutes use out of them. Thank the heavens for the soft plastic lure glue from 3:16 lures, I have glues them together so many times trying to get some use equal to the cost. September 11, 2013
lure good bait just not durable to soft and the price is to high for what you get July 7, 2012
Secret Weapon My father is an avid user of the 5 inch senko; with great success. I decided to buy the 7 inch version to give them a try. Wow, awsome bait. I was thinking they might be a little too large a first, but was I wrong. I caught 2 5lbs and 2 4lbs largemouths in 2 hours. Gonna keep experimenting with these for sure! May 19, 2012
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about a 1/4 of an inch
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They have a 1/2" diameter.
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how do you fish it

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rig it weightless with a #5 offset hook and the hook not quite coming through the worm all the way for weedless action
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I wacky rig it using a red Gamakatsu circle hook and a red wacky ring. This rig partnered up with the sink rate is deadly on bass.

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I rig them with a 6O mustad power lock plus swimbait hook, and have great success. Long cast, and medium slow drag them in.
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I fish it right of the bottom.. to try and make it look like a leech or something dying
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i fish it by letting it go to the bottom then bring it up slowly about 2-3 feet just keep aon doing that this method has produced alot of fish for me so im not just telling you useless stuff happy fiishing! =)
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They work well in a wacky worm rig.
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I prefer the 5 as it still attracts large fish and goes through the weeds easier
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Definitely, the sink rate is much better on the 7"

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Not more effective, but from what I have seen, fishing side by side with my father using the 5 inch and me the 7 inch..We both caught a lot off bass, but mine were larger.
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if i were you,i woud go with the 5". you will not have to worry about spooking the fish as much with a huge splash andit will be easier for smaller bass to take (rig the 5" on a size 5/0 ewg hook)
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possibly bigger bass
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