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Post by brendanc » Mon Dec 22, 2008 4:44 pm

Look at that... Nice post Robo!
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Post by Roboworm99 » Mon Dec 22, 2008 9:21 pm

what are you trying to say Brendan?

Can you tell i actually was home and had some time to be online
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Post by jmoyer198484 » Mon Dec 22, 2008 9:22 pm

yeah that was impresive robo, u answered one of my questions before i could ask it!
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Post by Roboworm99 » Tue Dec 23, 2008 8:15 am

Thanks bassboy...what was your question going to be?
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Post by brendanc » Tue Dec 23, 2008 3:10 pm

No Bro... I was being sincere... that was a really detailed post and I just wanted to mention it... but now that you bring it up... (Just kidding)
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Post by Roboworm99 » Tue Dec 23, 2008 8:22 pm

hahaha,,,dont need to say it, bro..most of my posts are quick one liners..
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Post by Blanco » Wed Dec 02, 2009 6:50 am

What do you guys think of those Huddlestons Butch brown is always advertising?
The look pretty good?

But to be honest I've just got back into fishing after about a 25 year break & i'm just like a kid learning to fish again for the 1st time.

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Post by Fire Ball » Wed Dec 02, 2009 3:44 pm

Originally Posted By: Cam CorreaWhat do you guys think of those Huddlestons Butch brown is always advertising?
The look pretty good?

But to be honest I've just got back into fishing after about a 25 year break & i'm just like a kid learning to fish again for the 1st time.



Well he catches those huge bass on them, right? I really want to get a Huddleston, but my current rod is under-powered for bigger swimbaits and I only have 12 lb test on my baitcaster, which is pretty light for swimbaits.

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Post by Blanco » Wed Dec 02, 2009 5:47 pm

Originally Posted By: Fire BallOriginally Posted By: Cam CorreaWhat do you guys think of those Huddlestons Butch brown is always advertising?
The look pretty good?

But to be honest I've just got back into fishing after about a 25 year break & i'm just like a kid learning to fish again for the 1st time.



Well he catches those huge bass on them, right? I really want to get a Huddleston, but my current rod is under-powered for bigger swimbaits and I only have 12 lb test on my baitcaster, which is pretty light for swimbaits.

Cant you just use a smaller lure when you have lighter equipment?
I was thinking about getting something like a 3" one..

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Post by Roboworm99 » Wed Dec 02, 2009 10:16 pm

Keep in mind...you want to use the old saying "Match The Hatch"

If they are feeding on shad, sure you can use smaller swimbaits...but when you see those wolfpacks of fish with many over the 10lb mark feeding on stocked trout that are 12" ... you are gonna want that swimbait rod available with a big Hudd or a Baitsmith Magnum Trout tied on...ive been out where I've seen these fish eating trout over 12" long and all I had was a 6" bait and ya you will catch a few fish...but believe me that they will want the size of the bait to match...and when you do...it's magic...I have lost a few beasts at the lagoon, because I wasn't prepared...
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