How to Tuna Wrap a Plug

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Astoria Fall Chinook

How to Tuna Wrap a Plug

It’s no secret that we use a lot of different canned tuna concoctions while targeting Chinook salmon through the year.  One of the biggest advantages we have is that we fish for Chinook from March – October every year starting with Spring Chinook, then Summer Chinook, and finally rounding out our salmon season with Fall Chinook.  This 7 month season give us the advantage in truly being able to dial in our baits to match the situations we are presented with.  Over the course of our 7 month salmon season we target fish with many different baits and lures, but there is one item that can always be found in our boat, canned tuna.  One of our favorite ways to use tuna is to wrap it onto plugs such as the Maglip by Yakima Bait.  The following video will show you just how we go about turning our tuna concoctions into a great bait wrap.

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Andrew Child

April 19, 2016 at 9:44 am

Thank you for doing this blog post. I have been wondering how to do this. Tuna will be in the boat this year!!!

    Kyle Jones

    April 19, 2016 at 9:50 am

    Thank you for the reply, and I am glad this helped. Also if there is any other information you may be wondering how to do just ask and I will try to get some info out there. Good luck with the fishing this year!

Snake River Spring Chinook Report for 5/23/16 – Jones Sport Fishing

May 25, 2016 at 8:29 am

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