Berkley Gulp! Alive! Angleworm Micro Baits
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The best alternative to live angleworms, Berkley®'s Gulp! Alive!® Angleworm Micro Baits are very close in shape, size, and color to the real thing. Very effective for crappie, bluegill, trout and perch, the Angleworm Micro Baits offer the extra advantage of being marinated in Gulp! Alive! attractant. Because these Angleworm Micro Baits actually ''live'' in Berkley's high-octane Gulp! Alive! solution, they absorb 20% more attractant which makes them 20% more potent. Plus when your catching is done, you can simply put your Gulp! Alive! Angleworm Micro Bait back in the jar to recharge for another day! Length: 1''. 2.1 oz. jar.
- Effective for crappie, bluegill, trout and perch
- Marinated baits attract fish
- Recharge baits in jar overnight
Berkley® Gulp! Alive!® Angleworm Micro Baits
this is great for catching bait for pike and bass.
July 29, 2009
Great bream bait
This is great to keep in your tackle box for those days the bass aren't biting and you want to kill some time fishing for panfish. It works just as well as real redworms, but you don't have to go through the trouble of buying live bait. I even caught a nice stringer of bluegill off my friend's dock on Smith Lake, where fish are as finicky as they get due to gin clear water and heavy boat traffic. Just make sure not to use a hook that's too small, because about every fish I caught swallowed the entire hook because they love this stuff.
June 22, 2009
"small but mighty"
I love this bait. I use it at my local pond in the summer and in Wiconson for ice fishing. Just yesterday i was fishin of the sand bar for bluegill and crappie when my bobber dived deep into the water. My first reaction was: "its a monster crappie", but it wasnt it was a bass. After getting it in and weighing it came it at four pounds. To sum it up there not only good for ice fishin they are also good for fishin small ponds.
June 18, 2009
this is a ok bait for ice fishing i doesnt work as well as i like it to but i still catch fish
March 13, 2009
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