One of the three original Squidgy tail designs, the Wriggler is an important variation on the deadly but traditional curly-tailed grubs of the past. Squidgy have combined a finer tail, for very fast vibrations, with belly flaps to create both a distinctive sonic presence and the impression of legs. You have it all with the Squidgy Wriggler. They have been designed to closely mimic the swimming action of uniquely Australian marine worms, shrimps, prawns and other invertebrates.
What sort of fish can you catch on the 80mm bloodworm Wriggler? Everything likes this plastic! If you have never used soft plastics before and you are thinking about it, buying a packet of these would be a good start. And if you were going to target your first fish in saltwater, the humble flathead would be a good one. In freshwater start with either bass or yellowbelly.