softhead


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soft·head

 (sôft′hĕd′, sŏft′-)
n.
A foolish person.

softhead

(ˈsɒftˌhɛd)
n
1. a half-witted or silly person
2. obsolete softness
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softhead

noun
One deficient in judgment and good sense:
Informal: dope, gander, goose.
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Made from the same material as the popular Softhead lures, the Hoo Hooker is similar to the company's Little Hooker, but the skirt has a larger cavity to better accept the nose of a ballyhoo or other bait.
Thompson says that their trolled marlin spreads were softhead Moldcrafts with horse ballyhoo.
On the flatlines, for the bigger fish, I'll use a horse ballyhoo on a bigger softhead lure with the same color as the teaser ahead of it, and on the other side, I look for a dolphin-color teaser, green yellow, and behind it a horse bally with the same color head.