I agree with the concept of simply putting a hook on a worm, get it into the water and see what happens. One thing to remember when worm fishing is to fish them slowly. You will be able to learn more methods as you become more familiar with not only the basic method of inching a worm along the bottom but also to how the fish seem to react to your presentation.
Speaking of Creme worms, the first worm I fished with(and caught fish with) was the four inch Creme scoundrel in natural color. I still regard the Creme worm as one of my favorite and most productive lures. I especially like to fish them with a two hook "Swim" rig(not the straight rigs with a spinner blade that Creme sells). I use two straight shank hooks with a section of line tied between the two that is shorter than the length of the worm, rig the front hook through the nose and the second where the point exits the worm just a little before the end of the tail. This gives the worm an "s" or question mark shape and gives the worm a curling/swimming action on retrieve. I use a slow retrieve-pause-retrieve method and I also use a swivel tied on a little ahead of the worm to avoid line twist. It seem to work well, especially in clear water.
Good luck with the worm fishing.