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Most diving plugs right out of the package don't catch fish.  Some do, but most don't, they need to be tuned.  Tie the plug on as recommended by the manufacturer.  Usually a snap (not snap swivel) or an open loop knot is best.  Once tied on, let out a few feet of line and pull the plug through the water at the rate that you will be trolling or retrieving the plug.  Make sure you can see the plug in the water. It needs to run straight, perfectly straight!  If it turns on its right side, turn the clasp on the plug to the left.  If it runs left, turn the clasp right.  You won't need to turn the clasp much to make the adjustments.  Keep pulling the plug through the water and making adjustments, make it run straight as an arrow.  Test your plugs after catching a fish or getting snagged, both of these things can make a plug run out of tune.  You'll hook more fish with a finely tuned plug, take the time and do it. The pro's do.
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