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Any body else use them, i have 2 huddleston's, and one Spro BBZ-1. They worked well in osoyoos, and they slayed them in one of the local back waters. I fish them on a 9ft stiff backbounce rod i have, basically i broomstick with a reel seat. I use 15lb or 20lb mono, depending on where i'm fishing them, but both lines are spooled on abu 6500's, the 20lb is when i'm chuckin big hardware and the other is just the normal river reel, u can multitask with gear.

One question i have is are there any lakes that get stocked with rainbows and have largemouth bass?

A good way to modify the huddleston!
http://www.bassresource.com/fishing/huddleston_deluxe.html
 

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Any body else use them, i have 2 huddleston's, and one Spro BBZ-1. They worked well in osoyoos, and they slayed them in one of the local back waters. I fish them on a 9ft stiff backbounce rod i have, basically i broomstick with a reel seat. I use 15lb or 20lb mono, depending on where i'm fishing them, but both lines are spooled on abu 6500's, the 20lb is when i'm chuckin big hardware and the other is just the normal river reel, u can multitask with gear.

One question i have is are there any lakes that get stocked with rainbows and have largemouth bass?

A good way to modify the huddleston!
http://www.bassresource.com/fishing/huddleston_deluxe.html
i use them

:)

im not too familiar with the waters up here, but am with the waters in washington. the game and fishing department shows dates when lakes are stocked. its a pretty good tool to have at our finger tips.

do you fish wa at all?
 
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