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Creme Scoundrel Rigged Soft Worm, 6"

Item # 440676
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Key Features

  • Durable, plastic body with a lifelike feel

  • Special combination of vinyl, oils, and pigments

  • Pre-rigged with wire leader, blade, and beads

  • Weedless dual hooks for catching short-strikers


Our Price   $1.99

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Product Description
creme_lures Created by Nick Creme in 1949, the original 6" Scoundrel was the first soft plastic worm ever produced-and it's still the best! This incredibly productive bait offers the lifelike feel of a natural worm with the durability of plastic, making it the ultimate weapon for serious big bass fishing. Its special combination of vinyl, oils, and pigments ensures that this baits looks and feels alive enough to fool even the most suspicious fish. The Rigged Scoundrel comes pre-rigged with a wire leader, flashy propeller blade and beads, and weedless dual hooks to catch those short-strikers.
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Specifications
Model Rigged Scoundrel
Material Soft Plastic and Vinyl
Length (in.) 6
Quantity 1 Rig, 1 Spare

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