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SO WHATS YOUR OPINION OF SWIM SENKO COMPARED TO OTHER SWIM BAITS 

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Makes a killer Vibrating jig trailer.

(Pretty much the only way I use one.)

:smiley:

A-Jay

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Good on chatterbait

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I only tub tested them but agree with A-jay that the action on the back of a swim jig is bordering on ridiculous. In my head I thought Senko equals subtle, nope. They will get a lot of time in the water this year. 

 

Previous use use was on a slider head, let it drop, sit for 5 seconds, pop it hope I had a fish, recast if not. Fish weren’t in a chasing mood. 

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Good swim jig trailer,

 

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Too pricey and fragile for me. I use a YUM swimming Dinger instead, also for a bladed jig trailer. 

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Swimming Senkos get a :thumbsup: from me.

 

I swim the 5" on a weighted swimbait hook for Smallies in a few local lakes ..... got a couple 1st place trophies with this bait.

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I swim them with a peged bullet weight

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I've caught a lot of largemouth, smallmouth and walleye on the 4 inch on jigs. I always have one tied on to one of my rods

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I picked up a Swim Senko kit on sale and i'm going to play with them this season. I've never used them before. So what I've gathered is they are a good trailer on chatterbaits & swim jigs, or I could just rig the up on a jig head and fish them like a jig worm. 

 

There's not too many videos about them on youtube. Maybe I should correct that. 

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I fish them unweighted, T rigged in place of a regular Senko. 

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10 hours ago, Bluebasser86 said:

Too pricey and fragile for me. I use a YUM swimming Dinger instead, also for a bladed jig trailer. 

While I agree with you, I have a big stash of them I got on sale. I treat these like Rage plastics (which I really like), I only buy when they are on a good sale, and if my color of choice is there buy as much as possible. They have been that good for me, which is funny because I can't catch a fish on a regular Senko lol. I didn't like the swimming dinger, the tail doesn't have as much action, but on a bladed jig that could be a good thing.

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