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"huddleston-Style" Baits For $6

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Was just browsing overstock baits and found these, not sure how good they are but their original price is 19$ and overstock sells for 6 but heres the link

http://www.overstock...sser_p/6-bh.htm Also they have some cheap yamamoto senkos for 3$ but only 2-3 colors at the moment but thought i would share this with you guys.

EDIT: may want to look around just found they also have 8" fish

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Huddleston style are not Huddlestons, you might go ahead and get caught by the they look alike and the cheap price get some but most times you´ll end up wasting that money in baits that don´t work true, money you could have used to get the real thing.

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I have caught fish on reaction strike baits. They are some of the first swimbaits I ever owned. It is true the quality is low. Many of them do not swim strait out of the package and take some manipulation to make the swim right. I have had a few huds that are the same way. The big difference is that huddleston has excellent customer service and if the bait is bad they will take care of the problem.

There are some major differences between a hud and a reaction strike. First off as far as I know there is one sink rate for the reaction strike. Depending on which model hud, there are several sink rates ranging from 0 to 16. This allows you to apply the bait to several techniques. The speed that a Hud can be fished is much slower than a reaction strike. The way the bait falls is day and night. I would recommend the Hud any day over the reaction strike. Here are a series of videos that go in depth.

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There is a reason they are overstocked. All the stores that carried them also have them in the bargin bin. I dont believe I have ever seen a Huddleston trout in the bin. This is not the same as buying a cheap jig or senko knock off. There is a HUGE difference.

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