Creme® Tru Lur Shrimp
The Creme® Tru Lur Shrimp brings curious fish in for a look-see and convinces them to strike with its true-to-nature design, featuring flickering legs, and protruding eyes. Comes rigged with a treble hook.
Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by unknown6 not impressed used this lure once didnt get a hit at all. it reels in kinda funny April 3, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by jameslopez9007 worst shrimp ever used i bought this shrimp to go fishin on a pier. it was the worst 1 i evered used i never got a bight so i switched over to the DOA shrimp orange tail glow shrimp and i caught 3 specs January 21, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by sapelodawg Lifelike action By placing the eye in the middle of the body, the lure gives a true to life movement when twitched. Excellent for specks. July 31, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by GoDawgs1 Great Shrimp! The first thing that makes this a great shrimp is the life like legs! Most shrimp imatations only have 6 very short legs. This one has legs like a real shrimp and adds to the action! I remove the treble hook cause it is too hard to remove when a Redfish or large trout swollows the lure (and most do) I run a 2/0 Owner hook in the body so that the shrimp swims backwards. This is the way a shrimp swims when he's about to be eaten by Mr. Red!! I also incert a 1/8th or 1/16 oz weight in the underside of the tail so that it sinks slowly and tail first. This will allow it to get down in the grass without fouling when twitched up. Over all a great bait! You can buy these from Creme in two packs without the treble hook and rig your own. I also store mine in a plastic bag with Gulp shrimp spray! July 18, 2010
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A:It is soft but I have found them to stand up well except of course to blow fish!!
A:y not but its not the best 1 u shuld use a DOA shrimp or a gulp alive
A:It works well around docks if you remove the treble hook and rig it with a 2/0 hook through the body so that it swims backwards. Most shrimp are rigged so that it swims forward. If you rig it backwards, it will swim just like a real shrimp attempting to get away! In Florida we have some great fresh water grass shrinp. Mr. bass likes this lure too!!
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