Squidgies Reef wriggler lures
Squidgies first hit Australian tackle store shelves back in the early 2000s. They started a massive revolution in soft plastic fishing lures, transforming how we fished for everything from snapper to bream, flathead to jewfish.
Some original Squidgies models, such as the fish and the traditional wriggler, have been replaced with newer, more advanced designs. One of the newest additions to the Squidgies range is the Reef Riggler, a versatile soft plastic bait for fishing offshore grounds and reefs.
The Reef Riggler is made from a durable yet soft plastic compound that stands up relatively well to the punishment dished out by our native reefies. It has a ribbed, baitfish-like body with a super volatile tail that produces a lot of action and vibration when worked through the water column. Fish like snapper, coral trout, sweetlip and mulloway will find Squidgies reef wriggler lures irresistible.
Features and Specifications:
- Soft Plastic Fishing Lure
- Ideal for offshore saltwater fishing
- Hollow belly
- Square face
- Ribbed body
- Super long tail
- Size: 175mm Length
- Pcs in the packet: 4
Please note that the price is for only one packet of Squidgy Reef Wriggler lures. Please select which colour you would like to purchase when making your order.
Are Squidgies Reef Wriggler Lures only for offshore fishing?
No, While they are designed to withstand the conditions and fish we encounter, offshore reef wrigglers will also make an excellent inshore lure for anglers targeting mulloway, flathead and barramundi.
Can I use Squidgies Reef Wrigglers in freshwater?
Yes, they can be used in both fresh and saltwater. Although the specific market is saltwater, we can't see any reason why a murray cod angler wouldn't love them just as much as a jewie fisherman.
What colours do Squidgies Reef Wrigglers come in?
They come in many colours, including estuary prawn, whitebait, sugar rush, live sardine and a straight shooter. Choose the colour of your choice when placing your online order. Sometimes it is best to have a couple of different colours in your lure bag to see which the fish are responding to on the day. So, consider purchasing a couple of packets.
How can the Reef Wriggler be rigged?
You can rig them a couple of different ways. The most popular is to thread them onto a jighead, so they sit upright in the water. That is especially effective when casting into reefs and around offshore structures where fish like to ambush their prey. Another way to rig them is with a weedless hook, which can be effective when casting around mangroves and other heavy structures.
Do I need to use a particular type of line when fishing with Squidgies Reef Wrigglers?
No, you can fish them on any mainline, whether braid, mono or fluorocarbon. We recommend using a leader when fishing with a braid, as the abrasive nature of reefs can damage your main line. A fluorocarbon leader of around 20-30lb will suffice in most cases.
Where can I purchase Squidgies Reef Wrigglers?
You can purchase them online right here at the fishing tackle shop. Check out the other great Squidgies products while you're here.