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04-07-2014 04:28 PM
catchn
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Originally Posted by slimer View Post
There isn't much of a science to soft plastics. All I'll say is that chompers sucks and definitely require nail weights when rigged wacky.
I like to throw em (any brand) on a little 1/16 jig head or soemthing to speed up the fall if I'm fishing deeper. Have had good hook up rates and didn't notice less of a bite rate when switching.
04-07-2014 01:10 PM
chuckphlegm I like them chompers. Ain't they the one's that had the sow sauce?
04-07-2014 01:07 PM
slimer There isn't much of a science to soft plastics. All I'll say is that chompers sucks and definitely require nail weights when rigged wacky.
04-04-2014 10:46 AM
Oyey If I were tourney fishing I suppose I would spend the cash for the real deal... but the cheapos always work fine and last longer... fall rate between Yum and the OG were identical when I tested... only tested once in like 65 degree water.
04-04-2014 09:21 AM
rivrunnr1 I use different brands and they all seem to work fine. Don't use real senkos if you are around smaller fish....I.E at pueblo on the dam with a bunch of small SMB. They will tear through those soft ass senkos quicklike.
04-04-2014 06:23 AM
rvinson Well... Got my order yesterday... They look good and feel soft!! 1 difference between these and Senko's that i noticed right away.. There is a little slit on the side of these to help conceal the hook tip.

I ordered (2) 25 packs of assorted colors 3" and 4"... If they catch fish I'll be ordering plenty more.

04-01-2014 05:49 PM
James
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Originally Posted by catchn View Post
Are those the Tiki ones James? Caught plenty of fish on those. used to c-rig the big giant ones,... like pulling a big turd around behind your boat.

Yeah, they used to carry the Tiki Sticks at Sportsman's. Wish they still did...
04-01-2014 05:42 PM
catchn
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I won a photo contest on their (Lockette Lures) Facebook page. They sent me a ton of baits, including fatties. We've been killing the Bass on their "Fat Mamas" & "Twin Tails". Haven't tried any of the others they've sent yet, but very impressed with their plastics!

On another note, I like Wave Worms even better than Senkos. Although there are a couple of Yamamoto baits I swear by...
Are those the Tiki ones James? Caught plenty of fish on those. used to c-rig the big giant ones,... like pulling a big turd around behind your boat.
04-01-2014 05:40 PM
James I won a photo contest on their (Lockette Lures) Facebook page. They sent me a ton of baits, including fatties. We've been killing the Bass on their "Fat Mamas" & "Twin Tails". Haven't tried any of the others they've sent yet, but very impressed with their plastics!

On another note, I like Wave Worms even better than Senkos. Although there are a couple of Yamamoto baits I swear by...
04-01-2014 05:03 PM
hurltim Love em. X2 on the yum dingers. No problems feeling the bite. Fish em on the vampire shift all the time. Just control your slack.
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