Creme Lures Scoundrel Worm

Creme Lures Scoundrel Worm
The original soft plastic worm created by Nick Creme in 1949, the Creme Scoundrel was the worm that started it all. To this day it continues to be an incredibly productive bait with its lifelike feel and durability. Featuring the perfect combination of vinyl, oils, and pigments, the Creme Scoundrel Worm looks and feels alive to bass, and it's available in a variety of colors to match your fishing conditions.

Length Quantity
6" 4
8" 3

7 Colors

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    Model No. 100-99-82
    Chameleon Blue
    Size Stock Price Qty
    6" 5+ $2.29
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    Model No. 100-99-73
    Chartreuse Pumpkin
    Size Stock Price Qty
    6" 5+ $2.29
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    Model No. 100-99-57
    Lime Green
    Size Stock Price Qty
    6" 1 $2.29
    8" 5+ $3.09
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    Model No. 100-99-01
    Live
    Size Stock Price Qty
    6" 5+ $2.29
    8" 5+ $3.09
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    Model No. 100-99-83
    Motor Oil
    Size Stock Price Qty
    6" 5+ $2.29
    8" 5+ $3.09
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    Model No. 100-99-52
    Watermelon
    Size Stock Price Qty
    6" 07/13 $2.29
    8" 5 $3.09
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    Model No. 100-99-63
    Watermelon Red
    Size Stock Price Qty
    6" 4 $2.29
    8" 4 $3.09

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Customer Reviews

Comments: Most people like to fish these worms shakeyhead or dropshot, but i find these are exceptionally well for wacky rigging. I have caught more fish this year using these worms than i have in any years past using senkos. Definitely recommend giving these a try

From: Matthew: O'Fallon, MO 5/7/16

Comments: The creme lure scoundrel is killer on a shakeyhead! I also love them for drop shoting. The live worm color works at ANY lake or pond. It looks JUST like an earthworm & thats what fish thank it is. All around GREAT worm & GREAT company!

From: Brayden: Henderson, TX 3/14/16

Comments: really nice when drop shoting u have to nose hook it not wakky but if you run out of drop shot waits just regular waky rig into beds and shore line and only use crawfish color because it lookes like a live nightcrawler

Comments: Ran out of roboworms and had these in the live color... these flat out catch fish when drop shotting - the 4" version works best for pressured fish.

From: Fishing demon: New York

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