After years of experimentation—on largemouth bass, bluefish, seatrout, snook, tarpon, and more—I have found a superior solution. Remove all the trebles from the plug, except for the one at the front . Then use a split ring to replace the rear hook with a spinnerbait blade (in silver, gold, or bright red)  about the same width as the cross section of the lure. Leave any remaining hook hangers empty. The setup works because of the blade's special action and lifelike flashing. Rather than spin, it flutters and wobbles, thereby increasing the action of the plug, especially at slow speeds. End result? More fish, less hassle. Works for me.