Tasmanian Devil lure are a unique Wigston’s Lures product designed for trolling, casting or jigging in fresh and saltwater. The Tasmanian Devil lure action is due to the revolutionary winged technology that causes the lure to swim in an irregular manner, darting and diving, simulating the movement of wounded fish. This pulsating action is transmitted to the rod tip that will show as a nodding action, that is proof that the lure is swimming correctly. If this rod tip action is not present, either a piece of weed, or a fish is on the hook. All five sizes of the Tasmanian Devil lures swim in this erratic manner and this is the reason our lures are so effective.
The loose flight stainless steel centre or the line-through rigging method used with the 7, 13.5, 20 or 26 gram version prevents fish from throwing the hook as both methods allow the lure body to slide up the line away from the fish. Regardless of the species that is targeted, the Tasmanian Devil lure qualifies as an all round lure. Whatever your quarry, from Brown trout and Rainbow trout to School Mackerel and Salmon, the Tasmanian Devil lure is a sure fire hit and will land you your target species time and time again. Effortless to cast, simple to troll and easy to jig. Possibly the biggest fish caught in Australia on a Tasmanian Devil lure a 130cm Murray Cod.
Tasmanian devil lure come ready so you can start fishing with them straight out of the packet. Experienced anglers almost always remove supplied wire by running the line straight to the hook, this allows lure to slide back to the line. There are several different methods to connect line with the fishing hook. I think is the best one is to use small size barrel swivel connected to the split ring this have additional advantage with the line twist.
Wigston’s Lures are proud of the market penetraion and the success that Tasmanian Devil’s have achieved due to the excellent distribution of our enthusiastic distributors throughout the World who continue to supply satisfied anglers with one of the most affordable and successful lures used today. See also Tassie Devil Lure Rigs.