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#12405397 - 08/28/17 09:24 PM BPS Stick-O > Senko
thirtysixit Offline
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Registered: 01/11/16
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Catching fish just as good for a third of the price..... Can I get an Amen?!?!
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#12405414 - 08/28/17 09:36 PM Re: BPS Stick-O > Senko [Re: thirtysixit]
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Like some of the unique color options also
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#12405466 - 08/28/17 10:17 PM Re: BPS Stick-O > Senko [Re: thirtysixit]
ko bass attack 27 Online   content
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Knock offs work good until you get to the heavily pressured places like Fork, then you better bust out the real things.

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#12405577 - 08/29/17 05:52 AM Re: BPS Stick-O > Senko [Re: thirtysixit]
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I am a big fan of the Stick-O. I used to use YUM dingers and the big bite baits stick worms but the BPS Sick-O is much better.

Now I will say, I think the GY Senko is still a little better. I don't know why but I seem to still get a few more bites on the GY baits.
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#12405644 - 08/29/17 07:34 AM Re: BPS Stick-O > Senko [Re: thirtysixit]
TBassYates Offline
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Has anyone used the Strike King Shim-E-Stick baits?
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#12405645 - 08/29/17 07:35 AM Re: BPS Stick-O > Senko [Re: ko bass attack 27]
june-bug Offline
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Originally Posted By: ko bass attack 27
Knock offs work good until you get to the heavily pressured places like Fork, then you better bust out the real things.


I know for a fact the knock offs work just as good on Toledo Bend and it has had a ton of pressure the last several years.

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#12405687 - 08/29/17 08:13 AM Re: BPS Stick-O > Senko [Re: TBassYates]
collincountytx Online   content
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Originally Posted By: TBassYates
Has anyone used the Strike King Shim-E-Stick baits?


They work well also.
I've tested many different brands of stick baits, and the Shim-E-stick has a fast fall relative to many others; but, not much wobble or glide.

Originally Posted By: collincountytx
All stick baits thrown on 15lb fluoro on a 2/0 baithook with weedguard. Swivel about 2ft above the hook.

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#12405739 - 08/29/17 08:47 AM Re: BPS Stick-O > Senko [Re: ko bass attack 27]
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Originally Posted By: ko bass attack 27
Knock offs work good until you get to the heavily pressured places like Fork, then you better bust out the real things.

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#12405790 - 08/29/17 09:40 AM Re: BPS Stick-O > Senko [Re: thirtysixit]
R.J.E. Offline
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Other then them being a lot cheaper and lasting a little longer I haven't noticed any difference between them and the Senko. Plus wasn't the Senko kind of a knock-off of the Slugo?

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#12406384 - 08/29/17 06:29 PM Re: BPS Stick-O > Senko [Re: R.J.E.]
Fast Lane Offline
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Originally Posted By: R.J.E.
Other then them being a lot cheaper and lasting a little longer I haven't noticed any difference between them and the Senko. Plus wasn't the Senko kind of a knock-off of the Slugo?


It's not even close.

Senko weighs more and has way more action on the fall.

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#12406440 - 08/29/17 07:31 PM Re: BPS Stick-O > Senko [Re: thirtysixit]
SteezMacQueen Offline
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I think a real Senko is the way to go. If a bag of worms costs $2 more than the knock offs, and it can win me money...then $2 is cheap insurance.
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#12406452 - 08/29/17 07:48 PM Re: BPS Stick-O > Senko [Re: thirtysixit]
Cole P Offline
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Registered: 04/24/15
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GY Senko's have inflated prices. Your paying for a brand, and for an inferior worm. They don't "catch bass better", not even on highly pressured lakes, where the hundreds of thousands of bass have "seen every lure". A black bass doesn't know the difference between a GY Senko, a Big Bite Tiki Stik, or a BPS Stik-O.

You can buy x25 packs of Big Bites for $5-$6.

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#12406454 - 08/29/17 07:49 PM Re: BPS Stick-O > Senko [Re: thirtysixit]
dmr183 Offline
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Registered: 09/13/11
Posts: 814
Loc: San Antonio
Just add a bullet weight to the cheap ones and catch away! With a weight there's no difference!

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#12408730 - 08/31/17 03:07 PM Re: BPS Stick-O > Senko [Re: R.J.E.]
Ken A. Online   content
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Loc: Trophy Club, TX
Originally Posted By: R.J.E.
Plus wasn't the Senko kind of a knock-off of the Slugo?



No sir. The original Sluggo is still a great bait but the action is WAY different. The Sluggo is designed to be twitched hard a couple times then allowed to glide to the bottom like an injured minnow. The Zoom Fluke is designed to mimic this action.

The Senko has a unique wobbling action as it falls in a horizontal position weightless.

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#12408848 - 08/31/17 04:18 PM Re: BPS Stick-O > Senko [Re: thirtysixit]
TexasTechBassAngler Offline
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Registered: 08/07/17
Posts: 40
I've thrown and caught fish on many different brands of stick baits, and have a fishing buddy who swears by the Big Bite trick stick. If I'm throwing one on a C rig or a T rig, I'll throw a dinger or a trick stick but weightless... I don't think you can deny that the original senko has a far superior action to the others. If you watch it on the fall, the tail has a subtle side to side wiggle that I don't see in the other brands.

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