So it seems every discipline of fishing is represented in the site except for ONE! And though many people turn they're noses up at pluggers, like it or not those who choose to plug are just as die hard as the rest. I think it's time for us to have a place to ask questions, post techniques, and generally discuss ways in which we can help fellow pluggers put more fish on the lines. No we won't ever have days when we challenge the numbers put up by our float fishing brethren, but we don't do it for the masses. It that SLAM!!!! we look for every time we hit the water. Watching rods dance for an hour or more is well worth the wait just to see a bruiser try and rip that plug rod from the boat. I for one have been counting the days till I can sweep my favorite hole for the first time of the fall season. I have been trying to figure out more ways to put fish on my plugs during those fringe times, when the holes aren't stacked and the fish would rather watch a plug wiggle right on by than try and strike it. I recieved a book recently called "plug fishing for steelhead" by mike laverty. Thing cost $45, but it would have been money well spent for the ideas and theories alone. I was wondering what colors you guys like to run when it's sunny as opposed cloudy? Or is it plug style you change out and not color?