Has anyone else ever fished a senko worm? I've always been a fan of lizards and curley tailed worms but this senko is amazing. Because it is impregnated with so much salt, the plastic is very flimsy and the extra weight makes it fall perfectly. If fished weightless it hits the water and as it falls, the tail (and head if you rig it wacky style) swim back and forth, making it look like an injured dying worm or fish as it sinks. Many hits happen on the fall. Once it is down you can fish it like you would a normal worm by pulling it along the bottom, or you could fish it like a swimbait, or even reel quickly as soon as it hits the water so it swims across the top. I don't know what it is but it looks like a worm with a fat midsection and a tapered head and tail. You can fish it texas-style and the tail has more action, or of course with a carolina rig or a small weight to flip and pitch, but I have the most success with the "wacky rig." You just put the hook through the middle of the bait and out the other side. http://www.insideline.net/images/wacky-fig3.jpg I don't know how true the science of this is, or if it's ever happened to me, but some pros have said that if you stop your retrieve if it was going at a steady rate, the wiggle of the worm causes it to back up slightly when the line loses that tension, causing fish that were following it to sometimes run into it and then swallow it up. Just some things I've learned from fishing with it and what I have read elsewhere, hope this helps anyone, because this is an amazing bait for those who like soft plastics.