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In fishing, a "plug" commonly refers to a hard-bodied fishing lure designed to mimic the swimming behavior and appearance of prey fish. These lures typically have a solid, hard body made of materials like wood or synthetics. Equipped with treble hooks, they often feature a diving lip at the front, determining the lure's depth when retrieved. The angle and shape of this lip influence the lure's underwater action. Some plugs incorporate internal rattles to produce sound and vibration, attracting fish. Available in various colors and patterns, plugs are versatile and used in both freshwater and saltwater fishing. Anglers cast and retrieve plugs to imitate injured or fleeing prey, making them effective for targeting a range of predatory fish species.

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