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Berkley Power Bait Heavy Weight Sinkworm?

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Has anyone tryed this new worm?  I would like to know if it is any better than the Senko! Is it heaver than a senko or is it just another copy cat bait?

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The senko and Yum dinger are going to be quite hard to beat

;) 8-)

I too agree,that's why I think that this may be a copy cat bait but, we will wait and see what others have to say!

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I have the 7" fat sinkworm and its really heavy. It has a fall when wacky rigged almost exactly like the senko I think.

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I have the 7" fat sinkworm and its really heavy. It has a fall when wacky rigged almost exactly like the senko I think.

Maybe it will last longer than two fish!

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They are definitely heavier then a senko or yum dinger.

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I have the 7" fat sinkworm and its really heavy. It has a fall when wacky rigged almost exactly like the senko I think.

Maybe it will last longer than two fish!

Yeah it feels like it could hold up after quite a few fish.

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Saw Al Lindner using it on Angling Edge show this weekend.

Looked awesome. It's niche probably is deep water wacky rigging.

Al and James caught a ton of big bass on it and unlike Bill Dance, they do not fish privately owned and managed lakes. You actually see other boats in the picture. I met Al some years ago and although he seems to be a Shimano/Berkley pitchman these days, I still think his show is one of the best and he's one of the best.

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To get a lot more life out of a Senko wacky style (15 or 20 bass sometimes), cut a 3/8" strip of duct tape and wrap it around the center of the senko (where you normally hook it). Then place the belly of the hook under the tape so essentially, the tape is holding the hook to the senko. Works like a charm and the fish don't seem to notice.

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