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Gary Yamamoto 4" Senko Laminate Soft Bait

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Gary Yamamoto 4" Senko Laminate Soft Bait - Dick's Sporting Goods
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  • 4 IN.
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Product Information:

One of the most productive bass lures in the world, the Gary Yamamoto Senko is close to magic. Its unique horizontal fall makes the Senko irresistible to bass when fished weightless or wacky style. It provides remarkable action, casts like a bullet and gets into the strike zone quickly.

  • One of most productive bass lures in the world
  • Remarkable action
  • Unique horizontal fall when fished weightless or wacky style
  • Casts like a bullet and gets quickly into strike zone
  • Length: 4 in
  • Pack Qty: 10
Country of Origin: United States
Web ID: 12584328

Customer Reviews:

Gary Yamamoto 4" Senko Laminate Soft Bait 4.7 5 118 118
Yamamoto Senko 4" Senko's are, as always, a high quality product. They are, however, on the expensive side. I was pleasantly surprised to find these baits on the clearance rack. I immediately grabbed all of them. Senko problem is durability. Only 1 or 2 fish caught per bait. Fish love them, but they do not last. I would suggest a small hook slot to help that issue. February 22, 2015
Great prespawn bait Good for cold water and when fish are in prespawn and spawning mood February 16, 2015
What more can be said about the Senko! Tried the red with red flakes. Worked great on large mouth here in Florida! February 11, 2015
Great wacky Excellent at the sale price otherwise way to expensive February 10, 2015
Works everytime! Wacky rigged Senkos work every time. Skip em around docks and hang on! February 10, 2015
Versatile and effective on Bass I wouldn't be without these in different colors and lengths when going for Bass, both Largemouth and Smallmouth. I use them in both shallow and deep situations, they are fantastic. February 3, 2015
Too Soft I bought the Yamamoto for the first time because it was on sale buy one get the second for half price. I usually don't buy this brand because it cost so much more than other brands. I was not impressed with the quality. They are a very soft material which broke after catching a couple of bass. They certainly didn't work any better than cheaper brands as far as catching more fish. I won't buy this brand again because they are not durable enough. November 26, 2014
works great on bass These work great for average size lake bass, even had a few trout take a bite! September 11, 2014
My goto fake worm Bass love these. Pretty much every large small or rock bass I've hooked in the past few years has been on a yamasenko. I prefer to utilize the rubber circles that slide onto the worm in order to avoid having the hook tear them up (I've been using #1 octopus hooks debarbed to help with a safe catch and release). Make sure you stretch the bait before casting to help release the salt in the lure. Most bass hit on the worm while its sinking. I think the best technique is to cast and let sink; then retrieve slowly. I hooked a pickerel while retrieving a red colored yamasenko once. Colors do matter so consult locals for what colors are working. Bright green has worked well for me in late summer and the darker purple blues and greens have served well in general. September 9, 2014
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