I'm sure this topic has been covered and I have searched for similiar posts but still have some questions. I bought some senkos in early April and haven't been overly impressed with them, and my only conclusion is that I don't know how to fish them. I've been fishing them without a weight, cast them out and wait until they sink to the bottom. Then I twitch the rod tip up about 6 inches or so and let it sink again, real in the slack and repeat. The only fish I've managed to catch have sucked it up on the cast. It hits the water a couple seconds go by as it sinks and they crunch it. Actually the only bites I've even had were on the cast, so I can't be fishing it right. I have only ever fished texas rigged zoom lizards and worms, somewhat same retrieve only much faster. If somebody can break their technique down into baby steps for me, I won't give up on em. I catch way more fish with the lizards and worms but I'd like to expand my arsenal, and from what I've read about senkos, if they aren't eating senkos you aren't doing it right/slow enough, but I can't fish it any slower, thought maybe I was fishing it too slow and varied the time between twitches between faster and slower, still no bites unless I cast right on a fish's nose and he can't resist it. Any help would be much appreciated.