MOVIE HOW TO: Expert Plunking Rigs For Spring Chinook Salmon

Posted: February 27, 2012 by Hellcat in Fish Reports, Gear Fishing, Salmon, Trout & Steelhead, Tips & Advice, Tutorials


  1. The Hustler says:

    Kirby, Great Vid! Very informative. Next vid better be of you showing proper hook set technique!

  2. daheller says:

    Great job. Now for some fiesty fish. Sal

  3. Nice tutorial, thanks for sharing!

  4. Willbfishing says:

    That was some awesome info!!!! thanks for sharing!!! I look forward to seeing some more plunking Tips & Tricks.

  5. Hellcat says:

    Thanks Will! Coming from you that means a lot. I think Kirby does a great job with his instruction.

  6. Donaca says:

    Great video sturdy.

  7. Donaca says:

    I watched so know if I ask questions you can’t give me crap for not watching.

  8. scott says:

    what size kwikfish is kirby useing they are catching springers on the river by my house. i wanted to try some sardine wraps on some kwikfish.while i was plunking. i was thinking the k-14’s. thanks

  9. Hellcat says:

    Scott….K15’s. Cure the sardines with Nates Baits. I’d love to come try this with you.

  10. Hellcat says:

    Run the 15s, Scott. Make sure the wraps are cured in NatesBaits. Position them towards three back of the belly of the plug as to not change the action of the plug.

  11. scott says:

    thanks chris i will pick up some of the k-15’s. i have the nates prawn cure in pink. will let you know chris how it works. THANKS AGAIN!

  12. paul says:

    What is that needle thing that holds on the prawn?

  13. paul says:

    really that whole set up at the end, how would one go about getting something like that?

  14. Hellcat says:

    Paul you’ll need to call Kirby Cannon with at 503.206.9808

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  16. Clint says:

    What size treble hook is that?

  17. Rich says:

    what kind of paste are you using under the sardine piece you attached to the kwikfish?

  18. Hellcat says:

    Hey Rich he makes his own anchovies paste. Cheers and thanks for the comment! How did you hear of me?

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