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Huddleston Baits #10653468 02/27/15 08:56 PM
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Anyone ever use huddleston baits?http://www.huddbaits.com/

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Re: Huddleston Baits [Re: CenTexSkiff] #10653477 02/27/15 08:59 PM
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Yes. I throw a 68 special ROF 12 and RO5 5 during winter months and through post spawn



Re: Huddleston Baits [Re: CenTexSkiff] #10653540 02/27/15 09:23 PM
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Yeah, they're good baits...
Make sure to get some "mend it" or huddlbond for them. They'll last alot longer when repaired properly.


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Re: Huddleston Baits [Re: CenTexSkiff] #10653875 02/27/15 11:26 PM
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Very good baits....and learn how to "BB" rig it. Youtube Butch Brown rigging a Huddleston



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Re: Huddleston Baits [Re: CenTexSkiff] #10653984 02/28/15 12:14 AM
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Yep! Throw the 68 and 8" a lot


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Re: Huddleston Baits [Re: CenTexSkiff] #10654153 02/28/15 12:58 AM
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Yes

Re: Huddleston Baits [Re: CenTexSkiff] #10654476 02/28/15 02:20 AM
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What color would work best in murky/stained lakes and rivers?

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Like lake Waco

Re: Huddleston Baits [Re: CenTexSkiff] #10654975 02/28/15 05:29 AM
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Originally Posted By: CenTexCanoe
What color would work best in murky/stained lakes and rivers?


I have confidence in silver/black and green/black.... they all get bit though. I've caught em on the trout patterns as well.


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Re: Huddleston Baits [Re: CenTexSkiff] #10655169 02/28/15 01:12 PM
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Thanks, I was looking at the silver/black and chartruese/black weedless shad to get started, especially this time of year. I've had luck on these color spinnerbaits on Lake Waco so I'm sure these would get inhaled.

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