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Creme Scoundrel Worm

   

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Live Color

Live Color

6"

20

Model:
101-50
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  • SKU: 2060749

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Purple

Purple

6"

20

Model:
136-50
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 2060750

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Purple Firetail

Purple Firetail

6"

20

Model:
199-50
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 2060753

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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

6"

20

Model:
196-50
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 2060755

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Watermelon Red Flake

Watermelon Red Flake

6"

20

Model:
163-50
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 2060756

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June Bug

June Bug

6"

20

Model:
130-50
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 2060757

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Red Bug

Red Bug

6"

20

Model:
160-50
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 2060758

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Black

Black

6"

20

Model:
103-50
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 2060759

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Motor Oil Chartreuse Tail

Motor Oil Chartreuse Tail

6"

20

Model:
184-50
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 2060760

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From the makers if the original plastic worm comes the Crème Scoundrel Worm. Use it to fish in brush, drop-offs, creek channels, submerged islands…any likely structure. Just remember, in most cases the key to worm fishing is to GO SLOW.

  • Made from premium materials
  • Quality workmanship
  • From the makers of the original plastic worm
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The only worm I use Absolutely the finest soft plastic baits ever made. I have caught numerous bass over 7 pound on the black/blue tail 8in Scoundrel in Florida than any other baits put together. Being the inventor of the plastic worm back in 1949, I think Creme knows something about what it takes to make worms that works. January 23, 2014
All my life- Never Gona Stop!! Cream worms? Well let me tell ya!!! When I got married and had kids back in 1988 I thought I would not have time to fish. It was two years before I got back into fishing. It was the best time of my life and the worst all at the same time. I love my family more than anything in the world. But a man has got to have something that keeps him charged up!! It keeps you driven with incentive. Incentive to get back out there and find out what the bass are doing,how do they want it,what's making them slam a bait today, where will I find them today. The intrigue, anticipation,the hope and unexpected excitement of the sudden fright train exposition of a strike at any second. THE RUSH is unparalleled. The cast the pause the inhale of a bass taking your Creme Worm(Scoundrel), the setting of the hook, playing that big bass to the boat! That's what CREME LURES MEANS TO ME!! Super flexible and supple!! Creme Worms!! Used them all my life!! Never Gonna Stop!! NOTHING LIKE IT IN THE WORLD!! January 28, 2014
oldie but a goodie I have been using these for years and have been happy with the results. They have a simple but realistic design that seems to fool fish and they are fairly durable too. November 12, 2014
Effective I have used primarily finesse type worms before picking these up. Recently got back from a small fish outing at a pretty popular tourist pond. I could see the bass trolling the shallows for some grub. Myself and about 4 other anglers threw about everything at them we had in every color of the rainbow, to no avail. The bass would go up, look them over and turn away. Seeking something more realistic, I grabbed a live color scoundrel worm and wacky rigged it. I then scouted out a couple large bass in the shallows and gave it a shot. They both bit hard without hesitation, one after the other. Everyone else on the pond was dumbfounded. Not sure if this is a one-off due to some pretty picky and experienced fish, but the scoundrel worm delivers when other worms fail. June 13, 2014
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I can't say the best way to fish them, but I have used them both Texas and wacky rigged, and I have seen action both ways. In my experience, wacky rigging them and then really finessing the pole seems to get hungry bass pretty excited on this worm.
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Hi, thank you for your question. There are several ways to rig plastic worms, but Texas Rigging would be the better option. In addition, Carolina Rigged would work. Texas Rig: http://www.basspro.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/CFPage?mode=article&objectID=32097&storeId=10151&catalogId=10051.
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