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Senko imitation

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A senko doesn't look like much of anything other than a fat ribbed worm. However, it is dense enough that you can fish it without using a lead head or other weight - even on heavy bait casting tackle. A sluggo is another plastic bait that has more of a "fishy" profile. Both have a very erratic subsurface motion.


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What if you used light monafilament line and tied it down to the hook shank. Leave a couple inches hanging off of the back (and the front if you want). Next, take ice chenille and wrap it onto the mono. Put a bead head for weight at the end of the mono and tie a knot to stop the bead and the chenille from sliding off.

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