This soft plastic is another of the original trio of classic tail designs that helped put Squidgies on the map. Try slow-rolling it over the flats, rock bars, and reefs, but it’s not just a saltwater lure, and you could try working the lure along drop-offs and through standing timber for bass, cod and yellowbelly.
Its works well in saltwater when you are targeting big flathead, mulloway, bream, mangrove jacks and the like. Big lure, big fish! You could also try slow-trolling this lure for kingfish, dolphin fish, tuna and other pelagics. Mackerel and tailor will tend to chew them up, but what is better than getting an explosive take, and hooking up to a quality fish!
These soft plastics are better than bait, so keep yourself clean and start using the Squidgy Fish Soft Plastic.