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Anyone know where I can find them? Im on my last bag, i like the yamamotos too but i use them to flip, punch and skip. the yammys just dont last long. 

If anyone has any they dont need i will buy them. 

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I might have a few packs of the black and blue ones. Let me check tonight and get back to you.

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2 hours ago, d-camarena said:

Anyone know where I can find them? Im on my last bag, i like the yamamotos too but i use them to flip, punch and skip. the yammys just dont last long. 

If anyone has any they dont need i will buy them. 

I've been wanting to try some 7" senko knock offs as well but I haven't had any luck finding any. 

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I love the senkos but i cant throw them in heavy cover. Id go broke lol. I went through 3 bags yesterday in like 3 hour. The yum dingers i only go through 1 bag

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Haven't seen the 7" dingers in a while. I like the bps sticko. I believe they are 7 1/8 inches

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1 hour ago, CroakHunter said:

Haven't seen the 7" dingers in a while. I like the bps sticko. I believe they are 7 1/8 inches

Are they thicker? I dont like the 6 inch dingers because they are about the same width as the 5 inchers. The 7 are way thicker and last longer

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If I remember correctly they are very similar to the 7" senkos. really thick but more durable

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stopped in BPS today, they have their sticks for buy 2, get one free.

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The BPS baits are way thicker than a standard stick bait. I fish the 7" bait pretty often on a big swing head, they take a big hook just to clear all the plastic. 

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1 hour ago, Bluebasser86 said:

The BPS baits are way thicker than a standard stick bait. I fish the 7" bait pretty often on a big swing head, they take a big hook just to clear all the plastic. 

Thays exactly what im looking for

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since you're flipping consider the 7" Zman jerk shadz.  very large profile, cheap and indestructible.  best of all worlds. it's very easy to rig them with a EWG hook but if you take your time you can get a screw lock into them as well.

 

https://www.academy.com/shop/pdp/z-man®-elaztech-jerk-shadz-7-scented-swim-baits-4-pack?storeId=10151&catalogId=10051

 

 

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On 6/11/2018 at 9:18 AM, d-camarena said:

Anyone know where I can find them? Im on my last bag, i like the yamamotos too but i use them to flip, punch and skip. the yammys just dont last long. 

If anyone has any they dont need i will buy them. 

 This is something I've been wanting to try, if I may ask what size sinkers and hooks do you typically use  ?

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8 minutes ago, Primus said:

 This is something I've been wanting to try, if I may ask what size sinkers and hooks do you typically use  ?

I throw them weightless all the way up to 3/8 weights. Doesn't take much weight to punch it through vegetation because the worm weighs so much I use a gamakatsu g-lock magnum ewg. I believe they classify it as an 8/0 hook. Pretty much made for the bigger senko style baits. 

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I've done well with the 5" stick worms with a 1/4 oz pegged sinker for grass fishing, intrigued with the potential bass that could be caught with the larger size. Thanks for sharing. 

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On Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 10:40 PM, d-camarena said:

Im also interested in the gambler fat ace

another site.com has those

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I fished a bag of the 7 inch senkos last week and was expecting to increase the average size of my bite. Interestingly enough the fish didn’t seem to know the difference. Got on a really nice bite, every other cast kind of deal, but most of the fish weren’t much bigger than the bait itself haha!

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On 6/13/2018 at 4:40 PM, Primus said:

 This is something I've been wanting to try, if I may ask what size sinkers and hooks do you typically use  ?

I like them weightless on a heavy duty hook or texas rigged with a 1/4 or 1/2 tungsten weight. 

Its a confidence bait, it always comes thru for me. Dont be scared of the size, dinks eat them too

 

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