I saw on Florida insider today they were talking about soaking raw wooden plugs in oil for tuna fishing. Started thinking maybe that could work for inshore fishing too? I've made my own plugs in the past and caught bass on them so I was thinking about making a few and seeing how it goes. I've never had a lot of success with artis inshore, which is why I always use live shrimp, but I was hoping to find another method that worked for me.
Maybe soaked in gulp juice, or menhaden oil? Thoughts?
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Re: Wooden plugs for inshore
1 year 3 months ago #31872