Here are a few tips for care and use of your new lures.

Lures come in a protection tube to keep hooks from snagging something or someone. Rinse thoroughly and dry completely, like over night, and return to a clean tackle box or protection tube. It doesn't make much sense to put clean lures back in a salt sprayed tackle box or storage tube. Even the best hook coatings will corrode, so to slow the process and prevent hook failure, keep them clean, dry and in sticky sharp condition.

If you are unfamiliar with whipping with plugs, I recommend you experiment in a deep water spot first and get a feel for how the lures work. They are somewhat similar to a Kastmaster or Krockadile in that they are sinkers. The weight to mass ratio, combined with the featherflash or skirted treble, causes these lures to have a natural lifelike action in both high speed as well as slow retrieve patterns. My lures produce long casts, giving you more water to work and therefore more opportunity for lure exposure.

I start with a fast pattern, ripping across the surface, sometimes getting air off a chop etc. If a fish is following, a strike may occur at the point where lure hits the water again. Think like a bait fish that's trying to avoid hungry jaws.
Also, if you get a follow or a missed strike, DON'T slow the lure down to give the fish a chance! Keep it moving in a lively manner, unless of course you run out of water. If a fish follows up to the water's edge, keep the lure in the water, moving it back and forth or dancing it on the surface. Practice this technique often when there are no fish around so you will know what to do when this happens. And it will happen...I have gotten many hookups this way. If you don't get any action on a fast retrieve, try slowing the lure down so it swims a foot or two below the surface, similar to the crank and jig method used by Akule fisherman. Know your depth so you don't snag the bottom. The slower retrieve works good for Lai (Leather Back), Kaku (Barracuda), Papio (Trevally) and many fresh water predators, like Large Mouth Bass, Trout and Pike.
Be creative, develop several retrieve patterns.

Eze Lap LM Medium Diamond Pad

Recommended line sizes for the lures: 1/8-1/4oz. 4-8 lb. test.
1/2-1oz. 10-17 lb. test
1.5oz.-3oz. 20-30 lb. test

Keep your hooks sticky sharp!
This is the best sharpener I have found:

Eze Lap LM Medium Diamond Pad, Plastic Handle