Kinami Baits® Flash™
One of the newest -- and hottest -- soft baits on the tourney trail. Designed by professional angler Derek Yamamoto, these lures represent the utmost in affordable, premium-quality, salt-impregnated plastic lures. Tournament-tested and "fish-approved!"
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 65 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by floridabassmaster My favorite bait!!!!!!!!!!!! This is the best bait i've ever used so far. You can fish it at the bottom,as a subsurface jerkbait and even as a topwater lure.As you can see this is a very versatile bait that can be used for many situations. I caught my personal best on this bait in red shad color using it as a topwater lure. It was a 6.2Lbs bass that just exploded out of the water and grabbed the bait. It was the most exciting fight i've ever had.I highly recommend this bait.. August 22, 2006
Rated 5 out of 5 by jimbo258 baits these baits are most effective for me and are proven to catch fish May 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by BigBales21 B A Softbait I Have used many soft baits but this of all is the best one i have used yet. But the thing I dont like they tear up easily but Ohhhh Welllll as long as im bringing in the big ones. October 22, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by trophylad Smaller Worm I have found that sometimes the bass are in a mood for a smaller worm. Texas rig this 4" worm on a No. 2/0 Gammy EWG, add a small bullet sinker and just inch it across the bottom. Takes patience, but you'll see what I mean. It's bailed me out several times when the larger worms and different rigs get no attention. Keep some of these 4" guys on hand, and don't forget to use them when that occurs. September 22, 2012
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Details:The Kinami sure looks like the Senko to me but $3.00 cheaper. What's the real difference between the two?
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A:Their both Yamamoto. The only difference I can see is the quantity in the bag is fewer. I use them both interchangeably depending on which is available in the color I need.
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A:well they're literally both the same exact thing. The reason why Kinamis are cheaper is because they only have 7 to a pack instead of 10.
A:I find colors that work for me in Senko that Kanami doesn't make. Senko hold up a little better but I use both.
A:You get 7 in a pack as apposed to 10 Yamamoto. They seen to be softer, and the colors may vary a bit, (+ - ). I think they work better.
A:Kinami baits are the sister company of Yamamoto. It's the son of Gary Yamamoto who owns the company. They offer different colors and are less known so they tend to be cheaper. But in the end you're getting the same bait!
A:same baits just less in bags of kinami baits. thats the diff. in cost.
A:They are both the exact same worm and they both cost approx. 65-80 cents each. Color selection is the only difference.
A:Made by same company. Kinda like a Buick versus Cadillac both by GM. I fish Kinami and Yamamoto and I can't see the difference. I actually like the Kinami better...
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