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    I didnt know it was this easy to make Senkos

    Im sure a lot of you know this already but Im just seeing it for the first time. Pretty awesome.


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    As many as those things I use this would be worthwhile.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bassmeister View Post
    As many as those things I use this would be worthwhile.....
    Be just the ticket for you and your Ned rigs.

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    I'll have to do some research on the neds....totally different material....BUT.....

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    One of these days I might get into bait making. But darn those molds arent exactly cheap and ive already got a bundle of hobbies.

    Im curious if you could design and make your own mold using a 3d printer ? Having something I custom created would appeal to me more than just off the shelf molds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by g352nv View Post
    Im sure a lot of you know this already but Im just seeing it for the first time. Pretty awesome.
    But I doubt those have the same exact composition of salt, plastisol, and whatever else is in Senkos.

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    I wonder if Gary Yamamoto still sponsors his show?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cape Fear View Post
    I wonder if Gary Yamamoto still sponsors his show?
    Wonder if he will sue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BassCatKev View Post
    But I doubt those have the same exact composition of salt, plastisol, and whatever else is in Senkos.
    Hes using old senkos, should be the same.


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    I just finished up watching this video when I saw this thread.
    Go Gators!

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    What was the name of the mold manufacturer???... Couldn't quite catch the name... Dan
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cape Fear View Post
    I wonder if Gary Yamamoto still sponsors his show?


    Yamamoto licensed a Senko mold for personal use with Do It molds

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    Quote Originally Posted by ST8Bugging View Post
    I just finished up watching this video when I saw this thread.
    That guy has a pretty good channel even though it calls it worlds worst fishing lol.

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    Senkos are the hardest baits to reproduce. They have salt/sand in them and that salt/sand A. Sinks quickly to the bottom of your Pyrex making it hard to shoot a consistent bait and B. Sinks to the bottom your bait furthermore making it hard to get a consistent bait. Don’t watch this video and think you will make a bait with the same action as a real senko. It is very hard to do, even if you were using only left over senkos as your plastic.

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    I got the 4 and 5 molds

    real senkos are hard to imitate. Mine are ok and do just fine for me

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    Maybe Gary doesn’t sponsor him anymore but Spike It does now

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    Some say just cause it’s shaped like a Senko don’t really make it a senko

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    More like a yum dinger with a DO IT stamp on the band.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChampioNman View Post
    Be just the ticket for you and your Ned rigs.
    Man, who turned him on to those things, anyways????

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    I think Yamamoto uses a certain kind of salt and has a way that keeps it evenly distributed. Not as simple as melting them down and repouring them. They might be similar but they won’t be the exact same bait.

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