Hudd gill

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bassindon69
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Re: Hudd gill

Postby bassindon69 » Wed Jul 08, 2015 12:26 pm

nickp wrote:The problem with the weedless huds and huds in general is a big lost fish ratio. Just the nature of the beast, hence why mike long and the big swimbait guys yank those fish in as fast as possible. Go fish shallow immediate post spawn with a swimbait and you'll be shocked at how many bites and follows you get just to lose half of them.


Who you talking about there??? LOL!!! When they are set on.. it's most likely coming in.

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Re: Hudd gill

Postby earthworm77 » Mon Oct 10, 2016 3:28 pm

Montanaro wrote:My rof 12 swims lopsided but rof5 swims perfect. The rof5 can be reeled pretty quickly with rod tip down but that's not how this is meant to be fished.

With rof5 if you bring it to surface you can lay it on its side like it's dying, then kill it and dead stick on bottom.


I wrote an article on Swimbait Underground about how to fix this issue.

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Re: Hudd gill

Postby FishEastCarolina » Sun Jan 29, 2017 12:22 am

What's the fix on the rof12? I want to pick up a couple
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