Small chugger heads are made by Moldcraft, Fathom, Squidnation and others, and they come in a wide variety of colors. Some are cup-faced while others are flat-faced, so the choice is up to the angler or deckhand. One benefit of using a swivel in this rig rather than simply tying the bait to the hook with rigging floss is that the swivel will allow the bait to spin freely without binding up when being trolled. Most pros recommend trimming chugger heads with longer skirts down to a much shorter length. This prevents the skirts from fouling in the circle hook on the bite, possibly resulting in a lost fish. Otherwise, treat this bait the same as you would a standard circle-hooked ballyhoo when it comes to the amount of drop-back once a fish strikes.