Creme® Lures Spoiler Shad Swimbaits

   

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Quantity
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Chartreuse Blue Back

Chartreuse Blue Back

2"

2

Model:
SSB211

Chartreuse Bunker

Chartreuse Bunker

2"

2

Model:
SSB212

Killer Shad

Killer Shad

2"

2

Model:
SSB215

Clear Blue Shad

Clear Blue Shad

2"

2

Model:
SSB216

Black Back Glitter

Black Back Glitter

2"

2

Model:
SSB217

Pearl

Pearl

2"

2

Model:
SSB202

Chartreuse Blue Back

Chartreuse Blue Back

3"

2

Model:
SSB311

Chartreuse Bunker

Chartreuse Bunker

3"

2

Model:
SSB312

Killer Shad

Killer Shad

3"

2

Model:
SSB315

Clear Blue Shad

Clear Blue Shad

3"

2

Model:
SSB316

Black Back Glitter

Black Back Glitter

3"

2

Model:
SSB317

Pearl

Pearl

3"

2

Model:
SSB302
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 7 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Product This product helped me catch my first five bass of this year. It has great movement in the water and looks great also. March 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best swimbait for the price Purchased these because they were cheap. Didn't expect much out of these but what a surprise. Awesome action and can cast a mile. Caught lots of bay bass and halibut off the float tube. Well worth it June 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by 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 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
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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.

Thanks!
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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.
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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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I just Tye it on the jig with a loop not and fish it just like the name says jig it up and down and you will see the differences
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