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Best Way To Rig A Senko

Weighted Senko Vs Weightless: When to use them and other tips.

I fish my local golf course pond near my new home in south eastern NC. I go over a texas rigged senko vs weightless and when to

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Fishing heat shrink tubes can be used to make fishing rigs. Cut to four inches for your tackle box texas...

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One meter of soft Silicone rubber tube is fitted to the device. Rolling swivels are included for smooth movement weight...

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Rolling swivels for smooth movement are included. The silicone rubber tube is fitted with 1 meter of soft silicone rubber

How to rig a weight less Texas rig senko (Easy)

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rolling swivels are fitted to the silicone tube for smooth movement. The device has a rubber tube and beads that are already fitted

By itself, a Senko weighs 3/8 oz (far from weightless). If you're looking for a brisker sink rate or better weed penetration, why not add a

I've been using standard bullet weights on my texas rigs including Senkos and catching fish, but I noticed in most youtube videos folks are

Photo: Rob Newell - Weighted Texas rig In this version, the Senko is still Texas-rigged but now a bullet weight is added to make the Senko

23 2019 . — Wacky rigging allows both ends of a senko to dance and flutter freely in the water. Texas bass pro Alton Jones often fishes a 5-inch YUM Dinger

This rig is ideal for shallow water and thick cover. Throw it out, twitch it twice, and let it set. The slow wobbling fall is when you almost always get hit.

The key, I've found, is presenting a Texas-rigged worm to the spot's center with a well-aimed pitch – easier to target than an overhead cast,