Actually not Ben.I'm assuming the senko's are being hooked through the middle (wacky stylee) if you're after an even fall?
Good questions to which I have no definitive answers Ben.They do sound good!
Any thoughts on which part of the lure a fish will home in on when it's going for it? This is another reason for asking about the Wacky rigging really. On a plain Senko, whcih bit does the fish head for? My assumption that it'd be the middle, sucking the whole thing in to 'the void'. Can imagine an end hooked bait being fine on smaller baits, but when you get up to 7" do you think a Wacky hooking may increase hookups? OR, do they just attack the first end that gets to them - which in fast current I guess is the hook end (with line forcing that end down-current more quickly than the lighter end?)?
Post 3 Ritchie. They are a proper bargain.I've found a supplier of Senko copies so cheap it's unreal. Like £2.50 for 25 3" through to abut £4.50 for 25 5" lures in a huge colour range. Look here... a few hundred on the way.. http://alluringbaits.com/?q=catalog/1/salty_trick_stick . AGM does a nice selection too. Considering Wrasse love em too I'm not too concerned that i might be left with hundreds of unused Senko's cause the rockfish will destroy and munch em all up anyway.
**** does have a very limited range so far.where do you get them senko things from? Do that have a paddle tail on all of them? Are they expensive?
No m8, they don't work the same.only had time for a quick read keith, are the zoom 5" finesse any use has a substitute for the senkos got 4 packs to use before i go ordering more softies? cheers