The fact that that appears to be some HUGE bolt that went into your tire, and towards the edge of your tread (instead of the center where the rubber is thickest) does not bode well for a good repair. If the hole is not too big after you pull the bolt out and it has not impinged on or scraped the sidewall, you MIGHT get away with filling the hole with a sticky rope plug AND a patch on the inside. I would not, in this case, trust just a sticky rope plug; and I certainly would NOT advise on the use of a mushroom plug as I have heard several people say they fall out frequently. If you do patch it, check frequently to see if it holds air well. If it does, you can probably ride it for its normal mileage lifespan. Some people would not take the chance of riding on ANY patched tire that been compromised with a nail, screw or bolt puncture. That is certainly their prerogative, but personally I have repaired 3 tires with sticky rope plugs (strangely enough another one TODAY!) and rode them to the end of their normal mileage lifespans with no problems.
I live in Texas where a LOT of new housing is going up all over... after paying to repair 7 flats on 3 rear tires I went darkside and worry very little about nails now. I still get nails in the tires but they are simpler to plug and there is more casing to hold it in place.
Same thing just happened to me. *&#^(*#)#&^ !!!!! I opted to just suck it up and replace the tire since it's summer and I plan on spending it riding. Don't need the anxiety about the plug holding.....but that's just me.:lol: