H&H Lures Original Spinnerbait
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.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 34 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by softplastic 5.66 pound giant My father and I were fishing in February and he used a chartreuse H&H, the first fish of the day was a 5.66 pound giant!!! They work!!! BEST for the MONEY!!!!!! February 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by SkeeterZX200 Great Bait for Fun Fishing I like to fish this spinnerbait in farm ponds of mountain creeks, they are cheap but catch any fish that swims, bass, crappie, perch they all bite it. December 7, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jesse14 Best micro spinnerbait ever! I bought a few of these because i was tired of buying the expensive booyahs or the strike kings and hanging them up. Ive used these spinnerbaits for over 3 years, and have only hung 1 up on a stump! These spinnerbaits have also filled my cooler up on many occcasions. the lime green and white ones were the best all around bait i can find. August 12, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by fromthebank Money in the bank! Literally. These spinners catch fish and let you keep money in the bank. I bought these a year ago, and did not use them much. I've used them recently and wow! When bass are present these spinners ignite a feeding frenzy. I hooked a 3lb spotted bass Saturday afternoon as soon as it hit the water. I then proceeded to catch a few more. Only problem I had were good hook sets. Nothing else worked that day except these. I will be ordering more and suggest you do the same. October 11, 2011
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A:The double is better for me. i can cast it farther and it really shines in the water.
A: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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A:The single blade works well enough for me. I caught this nice one on it.
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A: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 .
A: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.
A: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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A: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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