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I have tried the Sinkos and they don't hold up nearly as well as the old Creme worms. These seem to produce just as many fish and come in a ton of colors. Who uses them?

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Creme now has there own version of the senko, my partner wupped up on me yesterday with them.

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I have been using creme worms for a long time and still love them. Here is a tip for you fish it without a weight on a spinning rod. Use a 6" style and fish it like a banjo minnow. This is called swimming a worm i grew up doing this and it works in a big way. The larger worm works great this way also with a small slip sinker. Make your cast and let the bait fall. This lure has a small paddle on the end and will slightly paddle on the fall. Next take your rod with simi tight line and shake the rod as you pull the line to the side. The bait will swim like a baitfish or snake with the head straight and the tail flapping around. Years ago before culprit came out and other styles this was the only way to make a worm swim because they had not invented the curl tail yet. ;)

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Creme, the company that started it all.

I use them in the summer on the Chick River.

They are good plastics.  ;)

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I caught my personal best on a creme colored creme worm.  The kind that was pre-rigged with hooks and that silly little silver spinner attached to it.  

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I use their natural colored trout worm on my drop shot rig. Very effective! Have not only caught SM bass, but rainbows, lake trout and salmon. Oh yes.....white perch love 'em too!  ;)

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The creme 6" worm makes a great floating, slow sinking worm fished weightless with just the hook. Fantastic action. Makes a good finesse worm when split shotted too.

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Ever use the creme little fishy best tiny swim bait on the market!!

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Ever use the creme little fishy best tiny swim bait on the market!!

YUP sure is

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I have been using Creme worms since the early 60's - before we even heard of a Texas Rig. I still use the 6" and 8" Scoundrel when I want to use a straight tail worm on a t-rig. I wish they still made the 6" & 7 1/2" Shimmy Gal -- it is still my favorite worm of all time.

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When I got back into fishing a couple of years ago the first plastic bait that I bought was a pack of 6" scoundrel worms.

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