CPF Lures is a fishing lure company founded in 2020 in Kissimmee, Florida. CPF Lures stands for Chuck Pippin Fishing Lures, named after one of the founders, Chuck Pippin Jr.
Chuck began his career as a Bass fishing guide in 1997 on West Lake Toho and the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes, during his junior year at the University of Central Florida. After graduating, Chuck moved to Clewiston, Florida and spent 5 years as a guide at Roland Martin's Marina on Lake Okeechobee.
During this time, he began his career as a professional tournament angler fishing both the FLW Tour and the B.A.S.S. Southern Opens. In October of 2002, Chuck moved back to the Orlando Florida area to continue a guiding career on West Lake Tohopekaliga, the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes and other Orlando area lakes.
One of the commercials Chuck was featured in:
About the CPF Lures Baits
We wanted to make a product specific for the tournament angler or professional guide. Our Pro Series baits are scientifically engineered for durability and usability. The baits come in 3 different soft plastics. A modified Plastisol, our proprietary 'Pro' formula, and PMR.
Due to the color changes and action variances of certain products, some soft plastic lures are made with a modified Plastisol. These baits are more durable than other brands made of plastisol, have less salt, and are slow to fade.
Our Pro Formula is a proprietary product that provides extra durability over the Modified Plastisol but still soft and pliable. The Pro Formula makes it easy to penetrate the bait with a hook yet is durable enough to catch multiple fish on a single bait.
PMR Floating Plastic
The most durable and "super stretchy" material we offer is our PMR which is a floating plastic. Another proprietary material used in our floating line of plastics. This provides the ultimate durability and still hook penetration's are easier than other floating plastics on the market.
Rigging our PMR baits is simple. If you are looking for a weedless presentation, you must push your hook all the way through the bait and just hide the tip of the hook. If you bury the hook into the bait, hooksets will be almost impossible.
The soft plastics are durable enough to allow for more hook sets, allow you to catch more fish, yet are soft enough to puncture easily with a hook. The spongy feeling of the baits help fish hang on longer due to the true to life feeling.