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Just got back from tractor supply and they had these "Trick worms" made by cream. They only cost me.88 per pack so I got a few to try out. Never herd of them so If anyone has used these please tell me what you think. I also Bought some YUM dingers and actual Gary Yamamoto sinkos and I can tell the quality difference right away. The Yamamoto Sinkos are straight and feel different and the Yum Sinkos are kind of bent and they feel a bit harder. The trick worms are virtually identical besides a few of the tails being bent on the Cream ones. Yum dinners are 2.66 per pack and Yamamotos are 6.88 per pack here in North Florida.
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Yup ~ Definitely "The Same Thing".

I guess time will tell if they perform the same.

The bass will tell you.

A-Jay

 

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I have some of their craws that I use for jig trailers, they work fine.

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In my experience nothing beats the action of a Yamamoto senko for stick baits. That being said,  they are expensive compared to other brands. If you have the money to spend feel free to buy all the Yamamoto senkos. I find the bass pro shop senkos to be pretty good. I recently got a 50 pack for $10.

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Our local Scheels has Creme brand stuff in the clearance bin from time to time for $1.99/ pack. I have bought some straight tail worms that says they are hand poured. I think they are called the scoundrel. I like to use those on a shaky head since they are bouyant. They produce ok. They are definately not the softest of plastics but they hold up well. I have also bought and fished some of their craws, which are just meh. Again not the softest or best action. I won't ever spend more than $1.99 on them. 

 

Also, someone correct me if I am wrong, But I believe Creme made some of the earliest plastic worms. 

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7 hours ago, BiteFiend said:

Also, someone correct me if I am wrong, But I believe Creme made some of the earliest plastic worms. 

Creme was the first worm on the market in the 50's.

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You may already know this, but you can usually get a lot more fish out of senkos if you use a band around them and hook them by the band.  The fish cannot throw them off the hook, usually.  Bands can be rubber O rings, steel split rings, or even tiny cable ties.  The split rings will make them sink faster, if that's what you want.

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