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Saltwater Fishing Plugs

Saltwater Fishing Plugs - the perfect hard-bodied fishing lure for all your offshore fishing trips.

Also known as crankbait or wobblers, saltwater fishing plugs are designed to mimic live bait and are made from lightweight wood or foam with thin sheet metal or plastic on the front. When retrieved, they dive under the water's surface and swim with a distinctive "wobbling" movement that will attract fish.

Our selection of fishing plugs includes top brands like Seaworx and more. Whether you're an experienced angler or just starting, our range of shallow-diver and deep-diver lures will help you reel in the big catch.

Choose from handcrafted northern basswood bottle style popper lures, orca top water lures that imitate injured bait fish, minnow lure long casting bait with a ripping style retrieve, and floating jerkbait lures to attract powerful and aggressive fish. We also offer saltwater plug lure packages rigged and assembled by our experts for offshore popping.

How to fish a cedar plug

Fishing with a cedar plug is popular for catching tuna and other game fish. To fish a cedar plug, start by attaching the plug to your line using a swivel and leader. Then, cast the plug into the water and let it sink to your desired depth. Once the plug is at the right depth, begin reeling it slowly, using a rhythmic motion to create a swimming action that mimics a small fish. Watch your line as tuna and other game fish strike hard and fast. Set the hook firmly and begin reeling in your catch when you feel a strike. With a bit of practice and patience, fishing with a cedar plug can be a highly effective way to catch big game fish.

At Hunting and Fishing Depot, we offer great prices and affordable shipping on all our fishing plugs, making them an inexpensive and effective way to entice more fish to your line. So why wait? Order your saltwater fishing plugs today, and get ready to catch some fish!



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