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Looks ALIVE, tastes ALIVE, feels ALIVE -- because your bait actually "lives" in a natural, super-charged GULP solution!
Every bit as deadly as the real thing, but it's softbait in a bait bucket! Because Berkley's® super-realistic, biodegradable Gulp Alive® Sandworms actually ''live'' in a high-octane Gulp! solution, they absorb up to 20% more attractant. That's 20% more scent, more taste, more action and more reason for fish to snap them up! Each super-charged Gulp Alive Sandworm disperses its potent scent like a blood trail in the water, and when the fish-catching is over, you can simply put the bait back in the bucket to recharge for another day!
Excellent Saltwater Bait
I use these fishing for scup, stripers, and blues. Crazy action on a bottom rig #GreatBuy
August 10, 2012
A must have for surf fishing!
I have the natural color sandworm and carolina rigged it with an owner mosquito hook. I caught endless surf perch and even a pacific halibut.
June 13, 2012
a good bait
This bait isn't just good, it's awesome! stripers, blues, and everything else likes to snack on this worm.
April 20, 2011
i have tried these bottom fishing for stripers. whereas the stripers pick up real sand worms and run, they will pick up the gulp then drop them fast. may work if bait is moving but not if still. seems like a bunch of hype to me.
July 20, 2010
In Ma. I use them for trailers on the tube and worm rig for striped bass. Match the color with the color of worms in your area. Blood red is what I use. I use them when trolling in kayak or boat. I would use them from shore like a plastic worm for large mouth bass. I would not use them like live bait and just cast and wait. It needs to be moving even if it's very slow or drifting in current.
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