The Squidgy Bug Fishing Lure is a soft plastic lure with an amazing tail action and one of the greatest in the Squidgies line up of plastics. While the Squidgy Bug soft plastic fishing lure was designed for unweighted surface presentations its results with a weighted standard jig head are also mind blowing.
The Squidgy Bug soft plastic fishing lure is only 70mm in length and with its curly tail action almost any fish will have a snap at it. The Squidgy Bug lure is very versatile as it can resemble so many baits such as a Shrimp, tad pole or bait fish this makes it awesome in both fresh and saltwater systems.
The Squidgy Bug soft plastic fishing lure also makes a great surface lure by adding a Squidgy Resin finesse head and retrieving with the rod tip held high, this is spectacular on Bass! The Squidgy Bug is pretty much one of the best soft plastic fishing lures on the market for any estuary fish species and if you’re especially into chasing Bream, Bass or Estuary Perch fishing you really need to give the Squidgy bug fishing lure a try!
♦ Packet includes 6 Squidgies soft plastic Bugs
♦ Lures are 70 mm in length
♦ Available in 4 productive colour options
♦ Large curl tail on a bug shape body
♦ Small eyes for added reality
♦ Suited for both surface and bottom fishing
♦ Recommended Jig head hook sizes 4, 2 and 1
♦ Note: Price is for one packet only - Choose colour when ordering. Image for illustration only, due to inconsistencies from batch to batch (like bricks) there can be some variance in colour from image
♦ Squidgy Bug soft plastic fishing lures are simply irresistible in the water world and this is all due to its irresistible tail action and small soft delicious looking body.
♦ The Squidgy Bug fishing lure colour range is perfectly matched to imitating various bait types and the Coral colour is an absolute weapon for night luring.
♦ The Squidgy Bug soft plastic fishing lure is so versatile it can be fished fresh or salt for an endless list of species but it really shines when used to target Bream, Perch and of course Australian Bass.
So if soft plastics are your thing you would be crazy to not try out the popular Squidgy Bugs!