Squidgy Pro Range Prawns come in a number of colours and have been designed for Australian fishing conditions. This particular prawn has a paddle-tail, and when worked slowly across a shallow sand or mud flat, the fish will be climbing over each other to get to it. You could also try slow frog-hopping it across the flats the same way that a prawn would when it is trying not to get eaten.
Have you ever seen a prawn skip across the surface while trying to get away from its predator? You could rig these soft plastics to do the same as a fleeing prawn.
Prawns also love to hide in amongst mangrove roots. Try rigging the prawn weedless and chucking in amongst the roots. But remember to hang on, as those hits are explosive.