H&H Lures Original Spinnerbait

   

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Black Yellow

Black Yellow

3/8 oz.

1

Model:
IHHSS110-02

Yellow Yellow

Yellow Yellow

3/8 oz.

1

Model:
IHHSS110-06

Chartreuse Chartreuse

Chartreuse Chartreuse

3/8 oz.

1

Model:
IHHSS110-22

White White

White White

3/8 oz.

1

Model:
IHHSS110-08

Chartreuse Chartreuse White

Chartreuse Chartreuse White

3/8 oz.

1

Model:
IHHSS110-35

Orange Brown/Chartreuse/Orange

Orange Brown/Chartreuse/Orange

3/8 oz.

1

Model:
IHHSS110-47

Chart Blue/Chart/White

Chart Blue/Chart/White

3/8 oz.

1

Model:
IHHSS110-48

Chart Green/Chart/White

Chart Green/Chart/White

3/8 oz.

1

Model:
IHHSS110-49

Chart Black/Chartreuse/White

Chart Black/Chartreuse/White

3/8 oz.

1

Model:
IHHSS110-50

Black Yellow

Black Yellow

3/8 oz.

1

Yellow Yellow

Yellow Yellow

3/8 oz.

1

Model:
IHHDS115-06

Chartreuse Chartreuse

Chartreuse Chartreuse

3/8 oz.

1

Model:
IHHDS115-22

White White

White White

3/8 oz.

1

Model:
IHHDS115-08

Chartreuse Chartreuse White

Chartreuse Chartreuse White

3/8 oz.

1

Model:
IHHDS115-35

Orange Brown/Chartreuse/Orange

Orange Brown/Chartreuse/Orange

3/8 oz.

1

Model:
IHHDS115-47

Chart Blue/Chart/White

Chart Blue/Chart/White

3/8 oz.

1

Model:
IHHDS115-48

Chart Black/Chartreuse/White

Chart Black/Chartreuse/White

3/8 oz.

1

Model:
IHHDS115-50
The only way this classic spinnerbait will stop catching fish is if you don't give it a chance to swim! One of the first true spinnerbaits ever produced, the Original Spinnerbait from H&H Lures is made with the original rubber skirt which produces a unique, subtler action. Short-arm, big-body profile and very versatile. Available with single or double blade. 3/8 oz.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by H&H Lures Original Spinnerbait A good lure to "downsize" to when the smallmouths are finicky August 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by H&H Great product, price and shipping. Great store to shop online. August 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Gone Fishing I'm getting back in to fishing again and I needed my luckiest lure the Yellow h and h . My Quantity of fish hasn't improved yet .But my Quality of lures has... July 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best Lure Made I first used H&H Lures back in 2003, The best lures made and you can't beat the price. I have caught more fish on H&H Lures then any other lures I own from 1/2 Bass to a 7lbs Bass. All the colors are great. June 5, 2013
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which is usually better?
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The double blade and single both works best for bass but the double is best in water over 4ft depth
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The double is better for me. i can cast it farther and it really shines in the water.
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 - Grenada,Ms
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It depends on a few things. How fast you want to go or water clarity. I believe with the double blades you can fish it slower than you can with the single blade. Also the double blade creates more of a vibration so it would work really well in stained water.
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The single blade works well enough for me. I caught this nice one on it.
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 - Fremont, CA
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I have used single blades in the past but can get bites with the doubles when the singles wont at times . Never have noticed the opposite to be true . So anymore I only buy doubles for bass fishing and singles for crappie . The black and yellow is a truely awesome color . Others are the white , chartruese , black and chartruese . If I was buying only 3 of these doubles I would buy all three black and yellow no matter what kind of water I was fishing . Be sure to back off your drag the closer you get a fish to you if using braid or any line for that matter especially when dealing with big fish in the over 6 lb. class . I did lose a for sure 10 pounder at the boat when he straightened out the hooks back straight as could be on 4/15 pound braid . Don't let that keep you from buying these . They rock . They really have a unique ungulating action that really catches fish in anything 8 ft. and up . Hope that helps out in some way and tight lines for you .
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 - Inola Okla.
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Best colors?

3 years, 3 months ago
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 - Reedville, Va.
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I use all white. This is because the bass on my part of the river mainly feed on shad. Match the hatch is the best advice I can give. Whichever closest resembles what the bass are currently feeding on.
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i would have to go with black and yellow,yellow, and they used to make a red and white one that worked real good but havent seen them in a long time
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Black and Yellow.
3 years, 1 month ago
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 - Jackson, Ms.
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Black and yellow is by far the best out there for stained - muddy water . Black/white, yellow/chartruese/green, and yellow, and white all work well depending on cloud cover, water clarity , weather, and what they are feeding on at the time . These are not meant to be slow rolled . You will need something quite a bit heavier for that. Even though they are colorado blades they can be moved quickly and thats the way to go . I even like to wake them on top sometimes . I have tried both the single and double blades and can't ever remember the singles out performing the doubles . I'm sure there must be times that the singles might be better but anyhow I now use the doubles exclusively and am very confident thats the way to go . Don't go with out at least 3-4 of the black/yellow doubles in your box at all times . As Scott Martin would say happy pigmonkey hunting .
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