Yamamoto's??

Discussion in 'Fishing Forum' started by Duck178, Jul 22, 2003.

  1. Lame-Duck

    Lame-Duck Elite Refuge Member

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    Yamamoto's plastic baits are excellent. I use Senkos and grubs all the time. They are my go to baits.
     
  2. Boudreaux99

    Boudreaux99 Senior Refuge Member

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    I love the Senko's, catch bass on them all the time. Yea, they tear up too easy, but I am out to enjoy myself. I figure if I tear a few up and catch some fish so be it. As much money as I have tied up in boat and equipment, whats a couple of bucks for something that catches fish.
     
  3. butterball

    butterball Refuge Member

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    I'm from canada just about as north as bass live. And the yamamoto senkos realy work good on both smallies and largemouth bass.
     
  4. MBDUX

    MBDUX Elite Refuge Member

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    I'm in Alaska right now,fiddling on the puter whike the Mrs. is resting. I thought I would share my Senko story. I brought a bag of the chart/ white Kimamis up here to try out on the salmon. We caught 17 silvers in a 2 1/2 hr. period on the bait, cut in half, rigged wacky style on #6 aberdeen hooks. All on ultra-lites. The guys up here are wondering what kind of live bait we were using:l
    The Senko baits work just as well on salmon in Alaska, as bass in Texas.
     

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