Creme® Lures Spoiler Shad Swimbaits
The Spoiler Shad Swimbaits by Creme Lures are bite-size soft baits that have the look and action to produce jumbo size crappie and bass. Designed with a molded-in weight and hook, the Spoiler Shad Swimbaits feature lifelike details including a holographic finish that shimmers in every direction like real baitfish. A high-action paddle tail gives the Spoiler Shads their tantalizing swimming action and vibration to make fish take notice and move for a meal. 2 pack.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by MARQUEZ Awsome I purchased there in a peral color and tried it out in the pond by my house. Nobody knew that there was crappie and after just five minutes I pulled out a nice crappie. I fished it all day and kept catching them. Bass like it too. Exellent product. April 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by comalia Great lure Bought a few packs of the 2" size in the killer shad color. Tried it out last night, the bass were NAILING it. I bought them mainly for crappie fishing, but couldn't keep the bass off it even in the 2" size. I will probably stock up on some more soon. 2 bucks for 2 of them is a little steep to me, but can't complain about the results. The quality seems good, it held up fine after about a dozen bass around a pound or two smacked it. April 19, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by ShoreFishin4Life Best Lure of All!!! When ever I go fishing I tie this lure on first I've caught trophy sized sunfishes including a 1lb 5oz redbreast sunfish and a 1lb 2oz bluegill I've also caught 75% of all my largemouth, spotted and, small mouth bass on this swim bait including bass up to 3lb. I also catch warmouth, red eyes, rock bass, perch, crappie and lots more! The only thing I want to see be done with this lure is for it to come in larger sizes like 5-10 inches because it could make an excellent lure for strippers and very big black bass! If you want to catch fish buy some of these, they work better than night crawlers! August 18, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by gillkillr Effective lil bait i use this lure for big bluegills and crappies and it ALWAYS produces!! i had one tied on last weekend to my cane pole jigging flooded timber and caught a 5lb bass!! ive never seen a 12ft rod bend so fast!! i have to be silly in the head to not buy this epic bait!! May 4, 2010
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Details:Sorry, this is a dumb question, I know, but I've been fishing live bait for 40 years and I have only caught fish on a lure two or three times in my life. I really want to learn how to fish these soft plastic baits here in NE Oklahoma.
First, I fish off the bank. Don't have a boat. I fish the Illinois River as well as the many fine lakes within a few miles of my home near Tahlequah, OK. I catch crappie, bass, trout, occasionally larger sunfish, and once in awhile catfish and walleye/saugeye. There's a lot of different fish species here in Cherokee Nation.
When tying on one of these baits, and similar baits, do you use one of those little snap swivels with a split ring through the hook eye to prevent twist, or do you just tie on?
Once tied on and ready to go, how do you go about fishing them?
I will sure appreciate any advice y'all might give me.
A:I would recommend a snap swivel (size 0-2) and a texas rigged 6-10" spin tail worm for starters on lures. I just started with lures about a year ago and I have had a lot of luck with Creme lures and plastic worms and lizards.
A:Hows it going my fishing friend....i would say no you dont need a swivel because of the added weight it gives to the bait which causes it to move unnaturally. just tie directly to the line and either put a cork 2 to 3 feet deep...make sure it is as lite as possible..and use swift short movements and pause...if there a fish around he cant stand it..or you can fish it with no cork and work it like you would a bass worm..pulling it up, letting it drop..and repeating it.. hopes this helps
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