Gary Yamamoto 3" Senko Soft Bait
The Gary Yamamoto 3" Senko Soft Bait is the perfect lure for smaller targets. This miniature version of Yamamoto's popular Senko worm is infused with salt for authentic taste, and it features the same signature action Senkos are known for. Fish it weightless with ultra-light tackle to catch the attention of stream trout, crappie, and pond panfish. Ideal for finesse fishing and drop shot, the 3" Senko performs just like its big brother.
- Miniature version of the popular Yamamoto Senko soft plastic worm.
- Ideal for finesse fishing and drop shot for stream trout, crappie, and panfish
- Fish weightless with ultra-light tackle
- Infused with salt
- Length: 3"
- Pack Qty: 10
- Model: 9B-10
- Gary Yamamoto Custom Baits
Country of Origin: United StatesWeb ID: 13008834
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 36 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by fishingaddict these catch bass when nothing else does this brand (yamamoto) and color (solid black) in particular, 3 inch or 4 inch almost never fail to get hits when nothing else does. When rigged texas style (hook shank thru head and barb buried in mid section) they rarely snag. If river fishing, cast 3/4 upstream and let sink to bottom; drag/reel in slowly, letting worm tumble with current over the bottom. with rod tip high--bass will typically initially grab tail, and so when feeling a strike, lower rod to supply some slack in line--let bass run with lure for a 2-3 seconds or feet, and then set the hook. the weight of this lure allows for ease of long casts, especially on an ultra light rod/line setup. particularly useful in rocky and/or weedy waters because of low propensity for hangups. when fishing shoreline, cast to waters edge and retrieve into deeper water, trying to sense any drop-offs. if you do feel a dropoff, let worm sink and sit for a few seconds before resuming retrieve. even smaller bass, which typically are close to shoreline, will go after this, but typically small bluegill (which also often hug the shallow shoreline) will leave it alone, another plus April 16, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by fred nice nice bait?i fish for sm bass. Effecient. Watermelon color is good for me January 18, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tommyp1969 Great lure I have one of these rigged up on almost every outing I go on. One of the best lures you can use when the bite is slow. I've caught everything from 3" bluegill to 5 lb bass off of this lure. Texas rig it on a size 1 ewg with 4 lb test line and cast it out and let it work its magic. December 12, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Klid 3" Senko Good bait overall. They are a little soft ,so the bait gets beat up easily. They work good for drop shot. September 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Stuart Love these lures Hands down, best lure. Used with a Texas rig I can catch finicky bass when nothing else works. I've been able to in fairly weedy conditions where other lures fail. Prefer the green pumpkin but make sure to use the right size hook for the lure size. May 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by bassmaster yamamoto 3" These are the absolutle best lure to use when fishing a small pond and looking to score fish over and over. Just texas rig them (no weight) and youre ready to catch them mondos. April 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by slickfish its a senko Works well when the bass aren't biting the big ones. Cinnamon color looks a lot like a real worm for a very natural presentation. Wacky style is very effective as is Texas rigged and drop shot. One of my go to baits when the fishing is tough. April 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by striper48 this product works when the bigger ones fail when fishing gets tough and you must slow down the seinkos are a good bet January 16, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Dalton the Catcher I would by this product again and again when fishing in my lake, I always use the 4" Yamasenko red worms and catch more than double the fish as normal. I bet this product could give better results because it isn't so big, which could increase your hits, which could result in catches. The only bad thing is that they cost some much compared to other brands. October 16, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by sunny awsome artifical worm I gave a pack of these worms to my 8 year old grand daughter for her birthday. She caught and released a 3 pound bass with one that had been cut in half and wrapped on a hook. July 9, 2012