Gary Yamamoto Swimming Senko
best bait ever
I been using this for a couple weeks .have caught alot small fish swimming it slow .Tryed jigging using a 5/0 hook and 1/8 oz. screw-in sinker.hooked and landed the biggest bass of my life. A 10.8oz giant. Took lots of pictures and her go back to grow up and be caught another day.Used watermelon black red flake.3/28/208
March 30, 2008
5" Black No Flake Swim Senko
This is the most productive bait I have. I caught this 3 pounder on the weightless Texas rig in about 6' of water. I use a 3/0 offset round worm hook. I dont like the EWG hooks because the angle of the hook point isnt condusive to worm longevity; the point always pops out and then gets caught up and the worms gets torn up. If Im going into weeds or pads I go weightless, otherwise I throw a black 1/4 oz bullet slip sinker on which keeps it more evenly keeled. These are expensive so when they get chewed up rip off the top and reuse it a couple times, fish hammer it even if its shreaded and only 3" long.
July 15, 2010
I've been using Swim Senkos for a few years now. Here in SE Michigan, it's become a favorite of mine for largemouth bass.
I've also found that freswater drums (Sheephead) and Northern Pike will hit them as well, having caught a 12.5 pound Sheephead and 30" pike on them.
The only negative I have is that they're expensive and don't last very long. They are soft enough that they tear easily. I've also had many that had their tails bitten off.
September 24, 2009
this worm work's everytime I want to get a hit I can throw crankbait's, jig's ,top water, but this worm seems to make them mad .When this lure is anywere around them they hit rip and chase it I haven't had this much fun in a very long time .
January 17, 2011