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I've heard a few times on here that the watermelon/black flake color is the best for senkos. Well I guess the pros figured that out too. Todd Faircloth won at Amistad using a that color last weekend according to another site *.

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From what I hear all watermelons and green pumpkins are the most popular.

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Watermelon with black flake is one of my best producing colors.

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Watermelon/Black Flake and Watermelon/No Flake are my most productive colors. I have probably 12 other colors that don't get used.

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new mexico, texas, michigan, nebraska, missouri, bass love watermelon senkos also.

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If I go to a watermelon I simply love the watermelon black and red flake senko.Its very dark yet still has the natural look.

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new mexico, texas, michigan, nebraska, missouri, bass love watermelon senkos also.

So do Canadian bass! ;D

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I've heard a few times on here that the watermelon/black flake color is the best for senkos. Well I guess the pros figured that out too. Todd Faircloth won at Amistad using a that color last weekend according to another site ..

Well, that's my favorite and a lot of other guys, but really, the only reason we catch more fish on watermelon w/ black flakes is because we throw it more often! I think I probably do just as well with black w/ blue flakes or green pumpkin w/ red & black flakes.

Basically, any color will usually work. I fish "dark" or some kind of white!

8-)

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So far this year here in So Cal I've had my best success with Watermelon with red/black flakes. I've thrown a multitude of colors and that's been my only Senko producer so far. Still trying to nail #1 on a Fat Ika every trip out:o)

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i've found watermelon and black flake to produce best for me up here in new hampshire. I've had numerous days when i was fishing that color and my my co-angler was fishing a similiar color maybe watermelon w/ red, or green pumpkin w/ black. Most days the watermelon w/ black flake outfished the others.

some days a different color is what they want, and you have to adjust. Most of the time watermelon w/ the black is a great place to start

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I've heard a few times on here that the watermelon/black flake color is the best for senkos. Well I guess the pros figured that out too. Todd Faircloth won at Amistad using a that color last weekend according to another site ..

Well, that's my favorite and a lot of other guys, but really, the only reason we catch more fish on watermelon w/ black flakes is because we throw it more often! I think I probably do just as well with black w/ blue flakes or green pumpkin w/ red & black flakes.

Basically, any color will usually work. I fish "dark" or some kind of white!

8-)

WE AGREE!!!!!!  STOP THE PRESSES!!!

People WAY over think color IMO

Pick one,...throw it.

(special video coming for any folks stuck on only having confidence with a certain color.  Stay Tuned)

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Some reason 65% of what i buy is in green pumpkin for whatever reason.That's just an all around color for me. :-/

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I guess I'll be the odd man out. My best Senko color, by far, is Red Shad, and I know exactly why.

It's the first color I try.

Cheers,

GK

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