AClarke Posted January 27 Report Share Posted January 27 Just setting up to do a smaller run of metal lips and will be playing with a couple shapes and lips. Just was looking for a bit of a check from some of you more experienced guys to weigh in on what dictates a surface vs subsurface plug. My gut feeling is that there are about three major variables: weight/buoyuancy of the plug, weight placement, and plug shape. I would imagine a less buoyant plug with a chin weight and a sloped/pikie head would tend to dive a lot more than positively buoyant, mid to tail weighted plug of the same shape and metal lip. Am I thinking about this right or is there a variable I am not considering Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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