I AM A COMPANY OF ONE, A HOBBY BUILDER. From ripping various types of cedar planks and hard woods on my table saw to making my own poly bags and package inserts all work is done by me alone. Each lure is handled one at a time. For these reasons I do not have a large inventory. If you order a plug that is out of stock I will contact you and give you a time frame for a new build.
All plugs are made from the finest materials and components that I can find. All are through drilled, dip sealed and dip primed then painted in time-tested colors. They are finally epoxy coated.
I am not trying to "reinvent the wheel". Tweaking a plug is more my ambition to improve its ACTION, which to me is most important for a lure to be productive. My plugs have survived the test of time and I or fishing friends have caught fish on all styles that I build.
The colors that I use are those that have consistently produced year after year AND I FISH OFTEN! If you were to ask what colors and combinations of colors do I think are the most productive I'd say WHITE, YELLOW, BLUE, BLACK, RED, and SILVER. For example: A match-the-hatch needle fish in "olive/silver scales/white belly with red chin" has been an outstanding producer as has every plug that I paint in "parrot". That being said, I never leave home without an array of staple colors. However I do make some specialty colors that have proven their worth. Examples would be Blurple (black/purple), squid color variations, copper, and multiple hues of green. I'll bet that many of you have heard about "Block Island Green", it's Kelly Green and I love it. I have caught fish on UNPAINTED "test" plugs. Like I said, it's the ACTION.