Creme® Rigged Scoundrel Worm
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- Rigged and ready
- Propeller blade displace water
- Plastic beads for flash and vibration
- Weed guards
The Rigged Scoundrel Worm from Creme is rigged and ready so you can show them something they haven't seen before. Featuring a propeller blade for water displacement and plastic beads for flash and vibration, the Rigged Scoundrel Worm offers loads of enticing action and is designed with weedguards protecting the hooks to allow it to swim through thick cover with ease. Size 1 hooks.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 21
Rated 4 out of 5 by Strange Weird much?
Ok, just for clearance I am not saying this product is bad. I have had many in the pass and fished them with much sucess. Anywho, I purchaced anohter pack of these the other day and went to tar river.(A.K.A>My backyard lol) Threw only 20-30 times. Caught 2 bluegill and 1 crappie. Umm.. I dunno I have cought huge bass in there on them, I just don't know lol...
February 26, 2008
Rated 4 out of 5 by fisnin fool it works
I have used this bait from n va down to ga and I have found it to be a realiable bait,,spec in those remote areas that ppl just cant get a full size bass boat,,I have had alot of luck from the bank with this one,,working it almost like a jig,,running it about 5 feet away from the bank,,my fav is the one with a pink like tail earthy in color,,works great in the more clearer waters
September 24, 2007
Rated 4 out of 5 by swindaddy from St. Joseph great beginner bait!!
I started to use these and other pre-rigged worms after reading an article in In-Fisherman bak in the 90's. I caught decent bass in an over fished pond on them. There is nothing to these baits, and boy are they dirt cheap. The best advice I could give you on these is to use a good quality ball bearing swivel cause these bad boys will put the kink in your reel, and don't even think about chuckin' one of these on your flippin stick. These are for spinnin' reels only.
September 12, 2007
Rated 2 out of 5 by bass boy low $$$$$
i got this worm and tried it in my pond and did not catch anything.still havent.its cheap but helps fill my tackel box.
August 24, 2007
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