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i love there senkos and other baits and feel like i get more fish with them but the literally last 1 fish or thirty casts whatever comes first (hopefully 1 fish) then there absolutely toast. what plastics do yall prefer?

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Kinami Flash are Yamamotos, Derek Yamamoto, Garys son sells them. They run the same price as the Senkos

Try wacky rigging them with rubber O rings, they will last longer.

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You can find them on sale too. I just bought some tonight at Dick's Sports. They were 2 for 10 and I had a 10 off 50 coupon. I bought 20 or so packs a few months ago from Boaters World when they were going out of business for less than 3 a pack. Shop around.

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Kinami's are actually a little more expensive than GYs

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I bought a pack of Strike King Shim-E-Sticks for $3. They are really durable and they sink really slow with a nice action. Caught 2 bass over 5 lbs the first time I used them.

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Yum Dingers... Tiki Worm Sticks... and about every other off brand senko copycat have worked well for me.  I have never noticed a sizeable difference in their fish catching ability.  I have noticed one thing... senkos tear much easier.. period.   For fun fishing I see no reason what so ever for senkos.  If you really truely believe that senkos are "IT" and are that much better then maybe save those for tourneys only or something.

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They are exactly the same as GYCB baits but packed less to a bag to make you think you are getting a better deal.

They work just as good also.

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Stop wasting money on GYCB and Kinami. Buy the trick sticks from ***.

By the way Brent, I'm still waiting on the *.

Yamamoto baits aren't a waste of money.

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