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Berkley Gulp! Alive! Saltwater Swimming Mullet

   

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Chartreuse

Chartreuse

12.5 oz.

4"

Model:
GAPSM4-CH
  • $19.99

  • SKU: 1692348

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Pearl White

Pearl White

12.5 oz.

4"

Model:
GAPSM4-PW
  • $19.99

  • SKU: 1692349

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Saltwater gamefish have a hard time passing on Berkley's® proven Gulp! Alive!® Saltwater Swimming Mullet baits. In addition to the lifelike detail and proven swimming action that’s heightened by a swimming tail action irresistible to fish, these Swimming Mullet baits ''live'' in Berkley's high-octane Gulp! Alive! solution which means they absorb up to 20% more attractant making them more potent than ever. More scent, more taste and more action - more reasons for fish to pound a Swimming Mullet. Each super-charged Mullet disperses its deadly scent like a blood trail in the water, and when the catching is finished; you can simply put them back in the bucket to recharge for another day! 12.5 oz. bucket. Length: 4''.

  • More scent, more taste and more action
  • Proven choice for variety of saltwater gamefish
  • Offer lifelike detail and proven swimming action
  • Action is heightened by a swimming tail action irresistible to fish
  • ''Live'' in high-octane Gulp! Alive! solution
  • Absorb 20% more attractant
  • Length 4''; 12.5 oz. bucket
Berkley Gulp! Alive! Saltwater Swimming Mullet 4.5 5 18 18
4"swimming mullet Used both Chartruese and pearl white in place of other natural fluke baits. THis stuff works great, as long as you keep it moving. On fast drifts I dead sticked it, and on slow I use this as a teaser on the end of a fluke ball. Both worked fantastic. Had fluke up to 8 lbs and it's still early in the season. Try a long leader with a white bucktail slider to hide the hook and then hang the mullet by the nose( swqiggle up) and just keep it moving on the bottom. I've had fluke hit it mid water on a retrieve and had them chase it back to the boat many times. Good luck out there, and wear your sunblock. June 26, 2013
I agree with all above Always a sick bite using Chartreuse with a white buck tail for Summer Flounder. They should be illegal... They last for many fish which is a very big financial plus over buying local bait. I might even make a second season with the same pail. Thumbs up... August 17, 2011
Revolutionary I've been using Gulp! Mullets for about 4 yrs now and it's been nothing sort of amazing. This is my go to bait for Fluke fishing, it is deadly. Chartreuse is my favorite when fluking is in full swing. White seems better during to start of the season. Its not only caught Fluke, but I've noticed almost everything that swims loves this stuff including Scup (Porgy), Blowfish, Bluefish, Sea robins, etc. its definitely the scent thats working these spongy lures. I can't remember the last time I bought a bag of spearing/minnows. I've out fished guys using real bait elbow to elbow on a pier, you can imagine the look on their faces. 1. Gulp will stay on your hook when casting or when you feel a nibble. With real bait, you will probably feed a family of seagulls and bait stealers are laughing it up. 2. No constant rebaiting with stinky bait. 3. One mullet can last up to 12 strikes or more, I've gone a whole day without having to change to a new one and caught over a dozen flukes. 4. Value- $20 bucket will last me a whole season at least 20 outtings, bag of spearing $4.00 for one day...do the math. July 20, 2011
Dynamite Bait This bait works as well as spearing with squid and stays on the hook much better. It works well by itself and on a buck tail. The fluke just can't resist the tail action it gives. August 5, 2011
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Put the hook through the nose so that that the point comes out of the bottom. There is a slice in the bottom of the bait that shows you where the hook should come out. Make sure you put the hook in as far as you can. This helps to keep the bait from moving around on the hook.
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Frequently used to add to the hook of a bucktail but can be fished as a teaser about a foot above the mail lure on a dropper loop.

Place the point of the hook in the "mouth" of the mullet and come out the " vent" area, depending on the size of your hook. It should swim in line the lure.
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thru the nose swiggle up
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Center the hook in the head of the swimming mullet after determine the exit point of the hook with the center of the body of the lure- this allows the lure to track straight on retrieve and the curly tail to vibrate as realistic as possible
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Insert hook in nose and run out at juncture of body and tail with tail up. Jig with 3/0 or 4/0 hook. 1/32 up
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Try threading on a 1/4 oz. jighead, with the hook coming out through its back. This is a great setup when casting to structure for flounder.
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The same way you would a soft bait, through the mouth and out the top of the back.
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I like to take my small pair of braid scissors, clip off the nose of the bait a few mm back, and use a small jighead in 1/8 oz or so. If done right, the jighead fits nicely flush into the head of the bait, and you can bounce it along sandy bottom for trout, reds, flounder. Snook seem to like the white color, as well.
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