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Sinko or saynko how do you say it?

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9 hours ago, the reel ess said:

This reminds me of a conversation I had with a friend from WI regarding the pronunciation of crappie. He said "croppie" as most of the country does. I pronounced it the southeastern "crappy". He laughed at mine and told me it's not pronounced that way. I said "Spell crop for me and spell crap for me."

It's like the on going argument with my wife (who is from Michigan) about the pronunciation of asphalt. She says ASHphalt, I say asphalt like a butt and fault. 

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29 minutes ago, frosty said:

It's like the on going argument with my wife (who is from Michigan) about the pronunciation of asphalt. She says ASHphalt, I say asphalt like a butt and fault. 

You're the correct one. My wife says "Anirondack chairs". I've even told her it's Adirondack, but she doesn't care to be right.

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10 minutes ago, the reel ess said:

You're the correct one. My wife says "Anirondack chairs". I've even told her it's Adirondack, but she doesn't care to be right.

Women are ridiculous sometimes. 

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On ‎8‎/‎12‎/‎2017 at 1:23 PM, Raul said:

 

I'm latino and in Spanish the "e" has only one pronunciation it's the natural to pronounce it.

Ahhhh....si mi amigo

 

Really doesn't matter does it? It's gonna catch fish one way or another...:)

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I pronounce it "gary".  As in "what are you using? a Gary?"  Haha

But if I say the real name I pronounce it exactly how its spelled. Sen-Ko

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In just call them little (green/red/etc) turds.

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On 8/12/2017 at 9:06 PM, frosty said:

It's like the on going argument with my wife (who is from Michigan) about the pronunciation of asphalt. She says ASHphalt, I say asphalt like a butt and fault. 

 

I'm from Michigan and definitely do not say ashphalt lol 

 

 

As for the senko ?? I've always pronounced it how it's spelt. Senko sen as in sending and ko as in co-host . Senko. Definitely not sinko lol. I think a company made a knock off and called it the sinko. Not sure though. 

On 8/14/2017 at 11:35 AM, kbeeb374 said:

I pronounce it "gary".  As in "what are you using? a Gary?"  Haha

But if I say the real name I pronounce it exactly how its spelled. Sen-Ko

 

Years ago, before I even used a senko I used the hula grub.. and we called them Gary's too. His plastics are fish catchers. Period. 

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SEN - ko.

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I like the pronunciation GY uses off camera: Money!

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On 8/11/2017 at 1:37 PM, fissure_man said:

It's “dinger”

 

…but really, if it was meant to be pronounced “sinko” they’d have spelled it that way :tongue77: 

 

How about this:

 

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Fat “ee-ka” or Fat “eye-ka” ?

 

 

 

It's "ee-ka".  I think ika means squid in Japanese.  An "i" is pronounced "ee" in Japanese.

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