How do you rig a senko, what is the best color, and what is the best brand?

I always see senkos when ever I go fishing for supplies but I don't get them because I don't know which ones are good, what is the best color, and how to rig them?

Posted by Luc Chown Expert Member created over 7 years ago - last updated over 6 years ago
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Felipe Micklon

most people rig them wacky style. a finesse circle hook right in the middle. go to yamamotos webb site

Posted by Felipe Micklon Expert Member over 7 years ago - Report Abuse

Felipe Micklon

star with watermelon pumpkin seed and green pumpkin seed otherwise green or brown.

Posted by Felipe Micklon Expert Member over 7 years ago - Report Abuse

Brandon Mabrey

watermelon candy is a sure fire

Posted by Brandon Mabrey Elite Member over 7 years ago - Report Abuse

Brian Shea

In a lake I fish them weightless on a wide gap hook(3/0) orĀ  I put a 1/8 or 1/4 oz bullet weight for fishing currents. You kinda of want a slow fall. GreenĀ pumpkin, pumpkinseed, or black works best for me. If your having problems with weeds then I would stay away from wacky rigging.

Posted by Brian Shea Elite Member over 7 years ago - Report Abuse

john Meatstick

watermelon rd yum dinger or green pumpkin strike king shimme stix 5"

Posted by john Meatstick Expert Member over 7 years ago - Report Abuse

What is the best rig to avoid weeds

Posted by Luc Chown Expert Member over 7 years ago - Report Abuse

Brandon Mabrey

Texas or carolina either will work

Posted by Brandon Mabrey Elite Member over 7 years ago - Report Abuse

Mike MacNeil

i like a texas rig myself.

i got one pole set up with a bullet weight ahead of it to fish the bottom. another with no weight for top fishin.

i don't have issues with weeds either way.

Posted by Mike MacNeil over 7 years ago - Report Abuse

James Buonanno

WAKKY RIG all day, all night, all season! i like gary yamamoto the best and my fav colors are chartrues laminate and junebug for murky water and all white or any light color for that matter durring the day. Runner up it would be texas style.

Posted by James Buonanno Expert Member over 6 years ago - Report Abuse

Aaron Pierre

i like to texas rig the brown with gold n purple flake yamamotos or dingers from 3 to 5 inches ive noticed the dingers fall slower than yamamotos so i try em both to see which is working that day

Posted by Aaron Pierre Expert Member over 6 years ago - Report Abuse

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