Exotic wood “Cedar” plugs for Hawaii

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carlmorrell

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Cary, NC
Sometimes you get more than you wanted like an order for 40 plugs 4”, 6”, 7” and huge 9”. Half way there with the 4” and 6” done.

More after an 8 day fishing trip with masks.
What are these? Excuse my ignorance.
 

tiggere

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Cedar plugs for fishing...line goes through and hook comes out the back and slides into the lure...they are great for just about every pelagic species and have a real erratic behavior when trolled...

I like the chugger head style...bet that makes a nice bubble trail...are you turning your own head and tails or buying them somewhere?
 

mmayo

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Jan 12, 2013
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Tehachapi, CA
They catch fish. I just returned from an 8 day fishing trip, yes during this crisis. I am, so far, just fine having left 7/4 and today is the 15th. Everyone seriously monitored their health before and during the trip. Extra measures were employed, but with 27 guys on a 92’ boat you had contact. We trolled for school sized tuna and my standard plugs caught both bluefin and yellowfin tuna. The boat asked for and received a couple of free plugs for their use. A deckhand asked for two plugs for his commercial fishing skiff. Nice!
 

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