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Congrats! Since we both live in Delco, we should meet up some time to do some bass fishing. I just hit a decent bass lake tonight about 20 minutes from Havertown. I'll PM you next time I head out for bass.
 

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I like what I read about it.Tons of hype and its really easy to use,even for me.Plus Ive never caught a fish on a soft plastic.


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Sure thing dude.If you can,give me a day or so notice.I have a 10 month old baby so its not that easy getting out.


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horrorphilly said:
I like what I read about it.Tons of hype and its really easy to use,even for me.Plus Ive never caught a fish on a soft plastic.


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That's Kool. I'm gonna say I've been wacky rigging Senko's for probably six or seven (or more I guess???) years. It took a while of hearing of people using them that way but when I finally gave them a shot I became a believer real quick.
 

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horrorphilly said:
Sure thing dude.If you can,give me a day or so notice.I have a 10 month old baby so its not that easy getting out.
I know how that feels. I have a 4-year old and 2-year old twins, so I understand the difficulties of getting out. However, it makes getting out even more enjoyable, even when the fishing stinks.
 

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I was up Potter county fishing a small lake last weekend and did prety well on senkos, caught 40-50 bass in about 4 hours between 2 of us. Nothing real big but some decent size. I've been using them for about 10 years now but i'm usually fish for smallmouth with them.
 

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Senkos are a great bait! I don't always wacky rig them. Alot of times I'll texas rig them weightless. Works great when the bass are up on the banks.
 
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